Drake and Travis Scott’s “Sicko Mode” performance in Los Angeles prompted LeBron James to make an appearance

During the second night of his seven-night residency in Los Angeles for his Aubrey and the Three Migos Tour, Drake kept the A-listers coming out.

LeBron James, a new member of the Los Angeles Lakers, and Travis Scott joined the Toronto MC onstage on Saturday night (October 13) to perform Scott’s hit “Sicko Mode.” Below, you can watch the lively trio perform.

Since James and Drake are longstanding friends, his appearance is not unexpected. Drizzy made an appearance on the NBA star’s new HBO sports series The Shop, where he talked openly about his experiences as a father and his spat with Pusha-T and Kanye West.

It’s safe to assume that Drake won’t save his surprise guests, like LeBron and Scott, for his last few gigs in Los Angeles. On Friday night, the 6 God surprised the crowd by inviting R&B musician Chris Brown onstage to perform his hit “Party.”

“I haven’t performed with Breezy since 2009 at Virginia Commonwealth University, so it was great to see him again for the first time at Staples last night.” Full circle moments are among of my favorites. Drake thanked his audience member in an Instagram post featuring the two of them performing.

Drake and Migos, a group from Atlanta, will play the Staples Center twice in October (on the 14th and 16th) before moving on to the Forum for three nights (on the 17th, 19th, and 20th).

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