One night after Outkast and YG kicked off the festivitiesDrake brought on the main show for fifth annual OVO Fest. Like past years, he not only ran off a medley of his own hits but also brought out a handful of guests as well. 

Jhene Aiko kicked off the show in all white attire, and performed a mix of old and new material, including "The Worst":

The first special guest was Lauryn Hill and she performed a few of her classic songs such as "Lost Ones" and "Doo Wop (That Thing):"

The show's headliner, Drake appeared soon after to start his performance with "Draft Day" featuring Lauryn Hill on background vocals:

After hugging his mom, Drake began his set with energetic performances of "We Made It"  and "The Language:"

Drake doesn't forget about his day one fans, and performed songs from his So Far Gone mixtape, accompanied by special guest Trey Songz who sang "Successful" and "Na Na:"

Drake moved on to his first LP Thank Me Later with a medley of songs including "Up All Night" and "Show Me A Good Time:" 

J.Cole (wearing a shiny Roc-A-Fella chain) was the next special guest,  and performed "Can't Get Enough:"

Drake also shouted out Kendrick Lamar, shutting down any rumors of animosity between the two, and called him a "king:"

Drake then took fans through a collection of cuts from his sophomore album Take Care, with performances of "The Motto," "Crew Love," and an elevated performance of "Marvins Room:"

Here is Drake performing "Days in The East" with a picture of Rihanna flashing in the background.:

Special guest PARTYNEXTDOOR performed "West District," "Persian Rugs," and "Recognize:"

DJ Khaled performed "All I Do Is Win," "I'm On One," and "No New Friends:"

Drake performed "All Me" with footage of his lint roller incident from the NBA Playoffs last spring playing on loop in the background:

Drake was joined by OB' Obrien and Tinashe for the "2 On (Remix):"

YG joined Drake to perform "Who Do You Love:"

Usher made an unexpected appearance to perform hits including "Climax," and "Confessions:"

Drake brought out the biggest guests of the night, 50 Cent and the newly reformed G Unit, to perform their catalog of hits including "What Up Gangsta," "Smoke" and "I Get Money:"

Drake ended OVO Fest 2014 with "Trophies and "0 to 100:"