20. The Lil Wayne Vs. Drake tour might go down as the formal moment when the baton is passed from Weezy to Drizzy (if you don’t already think that’s the case). The quips and snaps cease by the end of the show, after the final vote is calculated via app and the night’s winner is announced (Drake took this night, easily, tying the tally for the whole tour at five victories each). The OVO leader calls Lil Wayne “the greatest rapper to ever do this shit,” an eyebrow raising-statement in the birthplace of Biggie Smalls, Shawn Carter and Nasir Jones. Wayne returns the favor by thanking Drake for helping to keep him relevant.
21. Ultimately, Drake Vs. Lil Wayne is a fun, high-energy concert. But in the show’s competitive concept lies the one drawback: You wish you get to see the two rap titans performing more of their collaborative hits together, instead of trading songs. “Believe Me” and the night’s closing song, “HYFR (Hell Ya Fucking Right),” are epic moments that leave you craving more. (“Miss Me” needs to be on that set list!) —John Kennedy