(AllHipHop News) Drake helped Lil Baby get his first Top 10 hit with their collaborative smash "Yes Indeed." The Toronto superstar and the Atlanta newcomer linked in Los Angeles on Sunday to perform the song live.
"Thanks For Everything You’ve Done For Me!! From The Things Everybody See Onto The Things You Do Behind The Scene!! Shoutout To The Broskiiii," wrote Baby on Instagram.
In addition, the "Aubrey and the Three Amigos" tour stop in LA featured Baby's Quality Control comrades Migos bringing out Cardi B for "MotorSport." Quavo, Offset, Takeoff, and Cardi also ran through the posse cut in New York City's Madison Square Garden back in August.
This was a big weekend for the QC squad. Quavo dropped his debut solo LP titled Quavo Huncho, Cardi B celebrated her 26th birthday with a star-studded party, and Lil Baby learned Drip Harder, his joint project with Gunna, pulled in the most album streams for the week.