The public dispute between Kanye West and Drake re-ignited throughout the summer, just as both artists were preparing to release new albums, which coincided with the release of each other’s.
Drake hit back at Ye, and the cycle continued throughout the new school year.
However, with the assistance of J. Prince, the two rappers have been able to come to terms on the common ground of leveraging their combined power to aid in the release of Larry Hoover from prison.
On December 9th, Kanye West will officially conduct his first official headlining event in Los Angeles following the release of DONDA, and it appears like Drake will be joining him for the occasion.
Following the release of his album, Kanye announced the official Free Larry Hoover charity event, which would take place at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. “God’s plan,” Kanye wrote as the caption for the shot.
Tickets for the performance will go on sale on Monday, November 22nd at 10 a.m. Pacific Standard Time (PST).
On November 8th, Kanye posted an Instagram video in which he appeared alongside J. Prince, in which he extended an olive branch to Drake.
“I’m asking Drake on December 7th to join me on stage as a special guest to share the two biggest albums of the year live in Los Angeles with the ultimate purpose being to free Larry Hoover,” Kanye said.
Despite the fact that the concert’s date has changed, the objective has not.
Only a week later, Kanye West and Drake announced that they had finally resolved their long-running rivalry.
In Toronto, Drake organised an after-party at his house for Dave Chappelle’s documentary showing, where Kanye was invited to resolve his disputes with the Canadian rapper, and Kanye accepted the invitation.
Perhaps we’ll get to hear some new songs from both artists before that time.