Four years ago, when Drake's Club Paradise Tour stopped at New York City, he brought out Dipset to perform a couple classics. Now that he's at MSG for the Summer Sixteen Tour, he decided to bring 'em out again.

This time, Cam'ron and Juelz Santana hit the stage with Drizzy, and above you can hear them performing "Hey Ma" while below they do "Oh Boy" and "Dipset Anthem." Jim Jones and Freekey Zekey weren't in attendance.

Drake also had an up-and-coming NYC artist open for him tonight (Aug. 8) – A Boogie. See footage of the Bronx cat doing his thing below as well.

We spoke to A Boogie back in June, and the Highbridge MC told us about growing up on 50 Cent, the real-life inspiration behind some songs on Artist: The Mixtape and much more. Keep on eye on him or get caught looking dumb because you didn't recognize game.

"A lot of people don’t know that, that Artist is my name," he told XXL. "The cover shows why the mixtape was made. Me and some girl was going through it. She was pregnant for four months and I didn’t know though. It wasn’t even my baby is what I found out. I’m still confused and shit so I started making all these songs, these love, heartbreak songs."

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