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ACL 2015: Drake Ends His Final Concert Of 2015 With Surprise Guest J.Cole

Drizzy and Cole crushed the 2015 ACL festival in Austin. 

Drizzy Drake finished off his 2015 concert run at the Austin City Limits festival on Saturday night (Oct 10). As the closing act for night 2, he told the crowd that this was his last performance of the year, and proceeded to absolutely put his heart and soul into the set.

READ: J.Cole’s “2014 Forest Hills Drive” Is Now Certified Platinum

He rocked all the club bangers as expected, but had one really special treat up his sleeve. Coming all the way from the Million Man March in D.C., J.Cole popped up as his unannounced guest. The brotherly love was as thick as ever as the longtime friends embraced each other several times onstage.

Watch clips below.

READ: Drake’s ‘If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late’ Becomes 2015’s Top Selling Digital Album

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