Drake Performs Beyonce’s ‘Mine’ Live At ‘REVOLT’ Super Bowl Party

Published: Tuesday 4th Feb 2014 by David

‘From eight until late I think ’bout you.’

Thrown in honour of ‘Super Bowl 2014‘, Diddy‘s NYC-held ‘REVOLT’ party welcomed ‘What If I Kissed You’ craftsman to its stage to serve as its headlining act…with spectacular results.

Not sure why? Well, in what may have marked a first for the star, the night saw him deliver a live rendition of his Beyonce-led track ‘Mine’, sure to give fans even more reason to adore the understated hit-maker.

Watch him in all his Grammy winning glory below…

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  1. Just Sayin February 4, 2014

    They need to perform it together. Epic.

  2. dee February 4, 2014

    I didn’t hear “mine”

  3. Basura Caliente February 4, 2014

    Fvck what you heard you’re mine you’re mine

  4. Late February 4, 2014


    The first 50 seconds of the video posted here is him doing the last minute of the album version of ‘Mine’. He’s not singing the chorus or his verse.

  5. The Boy Toy February 4, 2014

    Drake looks good as a mother f***** in that pic 🙂

  6. chris February 4, 2014

    I wonder if a pyramid scheme could help you sell records??? Let’s say you start screaming about racism, and get 200 black millionaires to agree, and then you all agree to buy thousands of copies of each other records, and then you spew out how wonderful you all are every time you get in front of the camera?? Let’s ask JZ that question. He’s bound to know the answer.

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