The hip-hop star and the 20-year-old British singer reignited dating speculations after the two joined forces to perform their duet at her Toronto gig on August 24.
Drake and Jorja Smith have reignited dating rumors after the Canadian rapper made surprise appearance during the songstress’ intimate gig in Toronto. The crowd at the Velvet Underground were going wild as Drizzy suddenly joined Jorja onstage.
The two then teamed up to perform their collaborative track “Get It Together” off Drake’s chart-topping playlist project “More Life“. Before leaving the stage, the “Hotline Bling” hitmaker told the concertgoers that Jorja is “probably one of the most incredible voices, incredible talents and incredible people” he has ever met. He then bowed to her, kissed her hand and walked offstage. Aww!
Jorja later took to her Instagram account to share a photo taken during her performance with Drake. “Toronto was Magical. Lots of Love to Drake for coming thru and sharing the stage with me,” so she wrote alongside the pic.
Drake has a certain history of dating his collaborators. He was first romantically linked to Jorja when he recruited her for “More Life”. “It’s no surprise he’s fallen for Jorja, she’s absolutely gorgeous and an amazing singer,” a source previously told. “But he’s been championing her a little too strongly… He’s brought her out on stage at his U.K. gigs and Instagramming about her a lot.”
“So when Jorja started confessing to friends there was a romance brewing, it didn’t come completely out the blue,” the source added. “Drake is not one for serious relationships so no one is predicting they are about to step out holding hands on a red carpet anytime soon. But it’s more than just a one-off fling.”
Romance aside, Drake has been spending a lot of time in the studio to work on the follow-up to “More Life”. Earlier this month, he made a sudden announcement during his annual OVO Festival. “I’m back to making this new album. In Toronto. Just for you,” he said. The new effort, which is reportedly the sequel of “Take Care“, will arrive later this year.