Setlist Playlist: Songs on Drake's Aubrey and Three Migos Tour

Drake and Migos have been making waves on their joint Aubrey and the Three Migos Tour, which kicked off back in August. With special guests, surprises and an extensive setlist, the nearly four-hour spectacle is more of an experience than just a concert, bringing audiences face-to-face with some of the biggest names– and songs– in modern hip-hop.
Migos open the show with a roughly hour-long set, highlighting songs from albums No Label II, Culture, Culture II and Young Rich Ni**as like "MotorSport,"' "Kelly Price," "Narcos," "Stir Fry" and "Versace" before Drake takes the stage.
Drake's been a key player in the music scene for almost a decade. (Feel old yet, Degrassi fans?) With five studio albums under his belt, he has a LOT of material to choose from when curating a setlist.
His standard setlist for this tour has been a collection of his greatest hits from all of his albums. Fans can expect to hear lots and lots of Scorpion, as well as cuts from Views, If You're Reading This It's Too Late and Nothing Was the Same. He's been playing fan-favorites ranging from his earliest days ("Headlines," "HYFR," "The Motto") to today ("God's Plan," "Look Alive," "In My Feelings").
Want to prepare yourself for the Aubrey and the Three Migos Tour? Study up with our setlist study guide below that includes some of the best songs and lyrics from Drake's set.
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"Started From the Bottom"
The always humble Drake addresses his early life and career beginnings in this 2013 track off. "I feel sometimes that people don't have enough information about my beginnings and therefore they make up a life story for me that isn't consistent with actual events," he said.
"I did not buy my way into this spot and it was the furthest thing from easy to achieve. I am proud of every part of my past and I'm excited for this song to find a place in your life as well."
Drake "Started From the Bottom" Official Music Video
Wiz Khalifa first remixed the song shortly after it dropped, followed by a hoard of others like Machine Gun Kelly, Bow Wow, Ace Hood, Riff Raff and Wyclef Jean, to name a few.
"Nice For What"
Drake is so FTG on this Scorpion track (For The Girls). Its anthemic message about female empowerment and the music video to go along with it shot it up to No. 1 on the Hot 100 upon its initial release.
The song samples Lauryn Hill's 1998 song, "Ex-Factor," and has a heavy 2000's R&B influence. The music video features guest appearances from women in the industry like Issa Rae, Rashida Jones, Emma Roberts, Tiffany Haddish, Zoe Saldana and more.
In an Instagram post, "Nice For What" music video director Karena Evans (who also directed the "God's Plan" video) thanked Drake and the women in the video for the "celebration of women."
Karena Evans Instagram
Drake "Nice for What" Official Music Video
"The Motto"
A Lil Wayne feature, a Grammy nom and the song behind the infamous term, "YOLO?" I'd say "The Motto" is one of Drake's best, if not THE best, songs to date.
Featured on 2011's Take Care, "The Motto" received critical acclaim and had a significant cultural impact on kids and teenagers.
Drake's always treated his celebrity status with practical indifference, and that care-free attitude translates clearly in the song as he sings nonchalantly about clubbing and hooking up with women, saying "there ain't much to do." He turns this boredom into more of a flex.
Drake "The Motto" Official Music Video
"God's Plan"
Following the 2016 release of Views and 2017's More Life, Drake took an eight-month music hiatus before surprising fans with 2018's two-track EP, Scary Hours. The "God's Plan" single broke first-day streaming records on both Apple Music and Spotify, and the music video received five nominations at the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards.
Drake shot the music video at Miami Senior High School in West Flagler. The video depicts the rapper engaging in random acts of charity throughout the city, and during the shoot, Drake donated $175,000 to various Miami residents. In the video opening, it states that the entire $996,631.90 budget for filming was given away during the process. Talk about nice for what! Even if he doesn't "go down as G.O.D" as his lyrics suggest, he could go down as Midas.
Drake "God's Plan" Official Music Video
This iconic Aubrey and the Three Migos Tour has just 11 dates left. Check out Drake's website for ticket info.
Aubrey and the Three Migos remaining tour dates:
10/26 – Oakland, CA @ Oracle Arena
10/27 – Oakland, CA @ Oracle Arena
10/29 – Oakland, CA @ Oracle Arena
11/01 – Seattle, WA @ Tacoma Dome
11/03 – Vancouver, BC @ Rogers Arena
11/04 – Vancouver, BC @ Rogers Arena
11/06 – Edmonton, AB @ Rogers Place
11/07 – Edmonton, AB @ Rogers Place
11/16 – Atlanta, GA @ Philips Arena
11/17 – Atlanta, GA @ Philips Arena
11/18 – Atlanta, GA @ Philips Arena
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Last updated: 22 Mar 2019, 10:47 Etc/UTC