Jack Harlow has been enjoying a rise in his career over the past year or so. Harlow’s recent collaboration with Lil Nas X, “Industry Baby” made its way to the top of the Billboard Hot 100. Now it seems his idol recently saw his concert.

On the other hand, Drake is a veteran musician and that is exactly why younger rappers such as Kodak Black want him as a mentor. He also has a lot of interests outside of making music and that includes expanding his businesses. He has inspired many artists and that including Jack Harlow.

Jack Harlow has several famous artists who are fans of his, including the likes of Eminem, Kendrick Lamar and Snoop Dogg. On November 16th, the rapper performed in Toronto as part of his crème de la crème tour. He performed at History, the city’s new 2,500-capacity venue that has backing from Drake and Live Nation Canada.

When half of his concert was done with, Harlow noticed someone he never thought would be there in the first place – Drake. At the end of his set, the rapper simply was in awe that Drake was there, stating that it was a dream come true for him.

“Tonight was a dream come true for me for more than one reason. First off, you sold this bitch out. Second, I was halfway through my performance when I looked up and I seen my idol looking at me, man… Toronto, make some noise for the GOAT one time.”

Jack Harlow has always made it clear that Drake is his idol and has been inspired by him. There is no doubt Drake watching his concert has ignited a fire in Harlow and he will make sure to put on the best show that he possibly can from now on.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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