Drake Brings Out Kanye West In Berlin For 'Black Skinhead': Watch Now

Months after linking up in Toronto, Drizzy welcomes 'Ye back to the stage in Berlin.

Even well after Kanye West had joined Drake onstage last August in Toronto, the Nothing Was the Same MC still couldn't quite believe it happened, calling the whole thing "surreal" in an interview with MTV News.

So, perhaps to make sure that it wasn't just a dream, Drizzy decided to do it one more time. At his Would You Like A Tour? stop on Thursday night (February 26) in Berlin, Drake brought out Yeezus himself for a electrifying performance of "Black Skinhead" -- and the crowd, predictably, went wild.

And Drake was going pretty crazy too. In footage posted on Vine and YouTube, the "Started From the Bottom" rapper hypes up his fellow MC, bouncing his body to the beat.

Despite rumors of a rift between the two, Drizzy has been upfront about his admiration for the Chicago-bred MC. Following their legendary OVO reunion in Toronto, he admitted that "sometimes rap, the business, the competitiveness and just the heart behind it forces you to not talk to the people you quietly admire."

During that performance, Ye told the crowd that "Me and Hov would've never made Watch the Throne if [Drake] wasn't putting pressure on us like that."

"Kanye West is my favorite artist so it was surreal," Drake said of Yeezy's comment following the show. "I still look at guys like 'Ye and Jay and Wayne... I'm 26, I've been doing this for four years, so I don't really look at myself on that level. So to hear one of them say something -- to hear anybody say something like that, let alone the guy that's pretty much the reason why I started rapping, that was crazy."