By Adrian Prelvukaj
Guest appearances are common protocol for Drake on his current Club Paradise tour run. Whether it was him bringing out T.I in Atlanta or Rick Ross in Houston, the Young Money heartthrob never seems to disappoint. Keeping the element of surprise, during his stop in Chicago this weekend, Drizzy brought out hometown favorite Chief Keef to perform the street anthem "I Don't Like."
Waka Flocka's act came to an end and hip-hop fans in Chi-Town went into a frenzy the second "I Don’t Like" came blasting through the speakers. Actually hearing the 16-year-old sensation's voice must've been difficult since the crowd belted out every word of the track. Standing alongside the Chicago native, Drake himself looked like just as much of a fan as anyone else in the building was. Showing much love, Drake gave him the proper exit by telling fans, “Chi-town, I want you to make some noise.. for Chicago’s very own. He goes by the motherf---ing name of Chief Keef in this motherf---er.”
The Chicago rapper has been making a lot of noise and turning heads since Kanye West remixed his single, so much so, that he even caught the attention of Birdman. Back in April, Chief Keef tweeted, "Birdman Just Called He Say He Wanna Sign Me Wit #CMB" and soon thereafter, during an episode of "RapFix Live," Birdman confirmed that he is indeed working to get Chief Keef on the Cash Money team saying, "[He's] out the streets, I think he's swagged up and I'm definitely talking to his people and I'd like to see if we can make it pop, see if I can see if I can get him to be down with the team."