Drake and Travis Scott Perform 'Portland' In Portland

04-22-2017
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(Radio.com) Travis Scott stopped in Portland earlier this week and arranged an A-list set crasher: Drake appeared during the show to perform his new song "Portland" and footage of the performance has made its way online

The crowd went wild when Drake hit the stage and performed the More Life collaboration with Scott in the city for which it was written. The duo also performed 'Gyalchester" and 'Know Yourself," reports Pitchfork.

During the set, nobody fell -- an improvement over the last time Scott and Drake appeared on stage together in London. Drake did wade into the crowd to say hello, though. Watch Drake and Scott take "Portland" to Portland here.

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