At this year’s OVO Fest, Drake brought his first girlfriend, Keshia Chanté, on stage with him. Drake’s annual OVO Fest has been a monumental one despite the fact that he has been forced to postpone the highly anticipated Young Money reunion due to a case of COVID.
The rapper and father of one has been expressing lots of love to his fellow Canadians during the festival. When Champagne Papi brought out Grammy Award winner Nelly Furtado to play some of her biggest hits including “Promiscuous”.
And “Turn Off The Light,” it was one of the most buzzworthy events that took place during the first night of the concert.
Both the audience and the internet were pleased by the performance of the two when they sang her song from 2002, “I’m Like a Bird,” together. But that wasn’t the only female artist that Drizzy had in store for his followers; he also featured another one.
The 35-year-old singer also persuaded the “Unpredictable” singer Keshia Chanté to join the group. The two of them have a history of romantic involvement.
“This next person going to the stage, I used to get in the automobile that belonged to my mother and I used to drive all the way to the west in order to see this one right here, do you see what I’m saying?
Therefore, it is necessary for me to personally present her “Drake said prior to the television personality’s performance. “This is my very first girlfriend in my entire life,” he went on to say later on.
As it turns out, Chanté is the “KiKi” that the Scorpion rapper sings about in “In My Feelings,” and the speculation that she is has been going on for a long time.
After that, Chanté delivered an energizing performance of some of her most popular songs, which she has since commemorated by publishing a photo dump on her Instagram page.
“Legendary Nights in Toronto,” was the title of the piece that the 34-year-old author wrote. “I’ve lived here my whole life, and I’ve never seen the city come together like that! It accounted for everything.
A fantasy that could only be realized by @champagnepapi. The most genuine and thought-provoking way I could have ever been introduced to someone.
I will always love you, Aubs.” She proceeded to sing the 6ix’s praises in her writing, saying “Seeing you perform songs that I had stopped singing when I was a teenager and hearing you sing all the words made my heart soar with joy.
A wonderful recollection that I will hold dear for the rest of my life. I am extremely thankful for the affection I have received from Toronto, which you have shown me from the very beginning of my journey.”
Watch the video below to see Keshia Chanté perform at the 2022 OVO Fest, and make sure to check back with HNHH for more hip-hop news updates in the near future.