ATLANTA — [artist id="2545682"]Drake's[/artist] a man of his word. On his latest single, "Over," the young spitter promises that "the Young Money ship is never sinking." And with Lil Wayne away, the So Far Gone lyricist has continued to soldier on for the camp as evident on his Away From Home Tour.
On Tuesday night, Drake headlined BMI's 13th Annual Unsigned Urban Showcase and gave a shout to his incarcerated YM boss, along with fellow jailed MCs Lil Boosie and Gucci Mane.
"Free Tunechi and Boosie and free Gucci," Drake rapped during a freestyle, before telling the crowd that "they make some great music."
The event, held at the Havana Club, was hosted by crooner Lloyd and featured opening act Travis Porter and OutKast's Big Boi, who was honored with the Legends of ATL Award.
Lloyd pulled double duty during the festivities, joining Drake and his band onstage for a series of R&B-tinged hits, like "Successful" and "A Night Off."
Drake then picked things up with rowdier fare like "Uptown" and "Over."
"I know way too many people here right now that I didn't know last year, who the f--- are y'all?" he sang on the hook.
Those in attendance for the packed performance included Jermaine Dupri, songwriter Sean Garrett, producer Jazze Pha, Bobby V., and DJ Drama, who co-hosted the proceedings.
Drake later pulled Birdman onstage with him for their collaboration "Money to Blow." The Cash Money boss and Drizzy did their best to keep Wayne's name active while the rapper completes his jail sentence.
"When I say 'free,' you say 'Weezy,' " Drake directed the crowd.
"I'm gonna do everything I told him I would do, what I said in the song: keep us afloat till he gets back," Drake told MTV News last month, shortly after Lil Wayne turned himself in to police. "You won't even notice he's gone. Promise."
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