Drake's Aubrey and the Three Migos Tour might have gotten off to a rocky start with a number of canceled shows, but it certainly did numbers. Pollstar reports that the tour has entered the top ten list of top-grossing North American tours, pulling in an impressive $79 million across 43 dates with 678,410 tickets sold. Taylor Swift topped the list of North American tours with 2,168,707 tickets sold while Ed Sheeran snagged the No. 1 spot on the list of worldwide tours by selling 4,860,482 tickets in 2018. 

Drake previously entered the top ten highest grossing North American tours in 2016 with his Summer Sixteen Tour, which saw him play 54 dates with Future. The two of them pulled in $5 million more, although they did play 11 more dates than the Aubrey and the Three Migos Tour.

Drake brought out a number of high-profile guests during the recent tour, notably Meek Mill and Chris Brown, who the Toronto rapper previously feuded with. Each night, Drake performed for an impressive two hours, somehow managing to release music while still on tour. Drake reportedly took home $47 million thanks his efforts, while the three Migos split $24.5 million in earnings. 

Check out the top ten lists below, via Pollstar

2018 Top 10 Worldwide Tours:

GROSS                     TICKETS SOLD
432.4 Ed Sheeran 4,860,482
345.1 Taylor Swift 2,888,892
254.1 Jay-Z / Beyoncé 2,169,050
169.2 Pink 1,285,411
167.6 Bruno Mars 1,290,438
166.0 Eagles 964,245
151.0 Justin Timberlake 1,193,365
131.3 Roger Waters 1,448,771
126.2 U2 927,034
116.6 The Rolling Stones 750,914

2018 Top 10 North American Tours:

GROSS                      TICKETS SOLD
277.3 Taylor Swift 2,168,707
166.4 Jay-Z / Beyoncé 1,298,038
166.0 Eagles 964,245
114.4 Kenny Chesney 1,297,731
110.0 Justin Timberlake 791,780
105.0 Ed Sheeran 1,136,497
97.8 Journey / Def Leppard 1,000,272
95.3 Pink 688,558
88.3 Springsteen On Broadway 173,461
79.0 Drake 678,410

Speaking of Drake, the rapper has been beefing with Kanye West again recently, who reignited their rivalry after calling him out on Twitter. Yeezy asked for an apology over Drake's line on his French Montana collaboration, "No Stylist," on which he raps, "I told her don't wear no 350s around me." Since then, Drizzy has reportedly increased his security.