Future Brings Out Drake at ‘Nobody Safe Tour’ in L.A.

What a time! On Friday (June 16), Future reunited with his “Summer Sixteen” tourmate Drake during his stop at The Forum on his “Nobody Safe Tour.”

Before Drizzy’s surprise appearance in Inglewood, Calif., Hendrix had more tricks up his sleeve. His hit-filled set — which included “Draco,” “Bugatti,” “Same Damn Time,” “Move That Dope,” and “Thought It Was a Drought” — also included more of his famous friends.

Ty Dolla $ign popped up for a special appearance, performing their “Blasé” collaboration with HNDRXX dancing and singing beside him. A$AP Ferg did the same for “New Level,” flanked by his A$AP Mob crew including A$AP Rocky. During an intermission with DJ Esco, ScHoolboy Q also shocked the hometown crowd with a groovy rendition of “THat Part.”

Back on stage after Esco’s dance-filled interlude, Hendrix brought out his What a Time to Be Alive collaborator Drake for their “Jumpman” single. Drizzy allowed Hendrix to catch another breather with a medley that included “Fake Love” and “Portland” (with an assist from Quavo).

The 6 God, who calls L.A. his second home, had warm words for the Inglewood crowd. “And that, ladies and gentlemen,” he explained, “is why there will never be a place on this earth quite like Los Angeles, California.”

After giving his fans a surprise-filled set, Future finished off the evening with back-to-back bangers. Starting with “March Madness,” he prepped the Forum crowd for his finale: “Mask Off.”

The “Nobody Safe Tour” also features Migos, Tory Lanez, A$AP Ferg, and Zoey Dollaz on select dates. It is set to continue through June 30 at Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena.