Drake performs surprise set at Brooklyn’s Mad Decent Block Party

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Despite having a four-night engagement at Madison Square Garden for his “Summer Sixteen” tour with Future, Drake found himself with free time he was unwilling to waste. As a result, the Toronto native headed downtown to perform a small, impromptu set at the Brooklyn stop of the Mad Decent Block Party.

Drake’s set was fairly short, though he performed hits such as “Jumpman,” the diss track “Back to Back,” and his recent collaboration with DJ Khaled, “For Free.” The rapper finishes the MSG run of the “Summer Sixteen” tour August 8.

Fan-recorded clips of Drake’s performance at the Mad Decent Block Party are available below.

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