As usual, SXSW is going up. This year's festival got a boost last night (March 19) when Drake and his OVO Sound crew performed an impromptu set at Fader Fort. Drizzy let his crew rock first bringing out the newly inked dvsn, Roy Woods, Majid Jordan and PartyNextDoor to all rep for the camp. Then is was Aubrey's turn to shut shet down. And that he did. Drake performed a six-song set, kicking things off with the always hype "Energy" off his mixtape If You're Reading This It's Too Late. Next, Graham rolled into the fan favorite track "Know Yourself" which got the crowd lit AF. After transitioning into his Views From the 6 smash "Hotline Bling," he moved on to What a Time to be Alive party starters "Big Rings" and "Jumpman" with Metro Boomin showing up for an encore of the latter. Drake wasn't done turning up. He finished the night off by cranking the Meek Mill diss "Back to Back" as well as his latest single "Summer Sixteen." Champagne Papi recently confirmed that his highly-anticipated album Views From the 6 will be dropping next month. OVO artist PartyNextDoor also announced his sophomore album, P3, is on the way, dropping the Drake-assisted single "Come and See Me." Will summer 2016 belong to the band of brothers from our Northern border?

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