Also announced plans for “OVO Fest London.”
Drake played London’s O2 Arena as part of his Boy Meets World tour last night (February 5), and is already plotting his return to the capital.
As Crack reports, the ‘One Dance’ artist told his audience that he had spoken to Nicki Minaj before the show and that he was considering “some Young Money reunion show out here this summer.” This follows last week’s Instagram posts that showed Young Money members Minaj, Drake and Lil Wayne posing for a photo together.
“No word of a lie. I just got off the phone with Nicki and she told me to tell y’all, ‘Hello,'” Drake said onstage. “We might have to do something special, we might have to do some Young Money reunion show out here this summer. I might have to bring all my friends from America, all my friends from Canada, the whole of the OVO.”
He then ended the show with: “OVO Fest London coming soon.”
Co-founded by Lil Wayne, the Young Money crew released their debut album, We Are Young Money, in 2009 with a second compilation, Young Money: Rise of an Empire, arriving in 2014. But Wayne’s relationship with Young Money is historically shaky. In 2015, the rapper launched a multi-million dollar lawsuit against Cash Money boss Birdman, claiming he took $70 million of the $100 million advance from Universal Music Group given to the Cash Money imprint Young Money by Universal Music Group.