"I got bad news tonight, I'ma just keep it real with you," he shared, echoing comments he made during the first night regarding 21 Savage's absence. "Y'all gonna have to hold it down with me tonight. As you know, 21 Savage can't come across the border. And I tried my best... Look, I'm gonna be honest with you, I did have Travis out here last night. And we were grateful to have him come out for one night."
The crowd started to sound upset that they weren't going to get the same treatment as the first Vancouver show, but with a big grin on his face, Drake told the fans that they were "lucky" because La Flame committed to making a second consecutive guest appearance. And then it happened.
During the first night in Vancouver, Drake and Scott performed Utopia cut "Meltdown" for the first time, and made sure to treat fans to the collaboration during the second night, too.
The It's All a Blur tour will resume on Friday, September 1 in Las Vegas. The tour is set to continue until October, when it will conclude with a pair of dates in Toronto and one in Columbus, Ohio.
Meanwhile, Scott is gearing up to kick off his Circus Maximus tour, which starts in Charlotte on Oct. 11, days after the It's All a Blur tour concludes. Scott's latest album, Utopia, has now spent four weeks in a row in the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200.