Drake pays a heartfelt tribute to Sidhu Moosewala, plays late singer's popular tracks on his new radio show

    Drake pays a heartfelt tribute to Sidhu Moosewala, plays late singer's popular tracks on his new radio show

    Sidhu Moosewala’s tragic demise has his loved ones and fans still reeling with grief and remorse. Recently Canadian rapper Drake paid a heartwarming tribute to the late singer wherein he played Sidhu’s popular tracks in his new radio show.

    Drake pays a heartfelt tribute to Sidhu Moosewala, plays late singer's popular tracks on his new radio show

    Sidhu Moosewala’s tragic demise has his loved ones and fans still reeling with grief and remorse. Recently Canadian rapper Drake paid a heartwarming tribute to the late singer wherein he played Sidhu’s popular tracks in his new radio show. Drake released his brand-new album titled ‘Honestly’ as well as made his debut on the radio sphere with his show, Table For One.

    Drake paid his tribute to Sidhu Moosewala by playing the latter’s chartbuster songs like ‘G-Shit’ and ‘295.’ The ‘One Dance’ singer has also followed Sidhu on Instagram. Following the Punjabi rapper-singer’s unfortunate death on May 29, Drake had shared a beautiful picture of Moosewala posing with his mother and captioned it stating, “RIP Moose.”

    These gestures of Drake towards Sidhu Moosewala made fans wish that the two singers had collaborated for a song. A news report in HipHop-N-More further stated, “The Toronto superstar also debuted his new radio show called Table for One on Sound42 station on SiriusXM to build up towards the release of the new LP at midnight. Drake played some of his favorite songs and some other tunes which inspired the new Dance project, which is executive produced by Drake along with Noah “40” Shebib, Black Coffee Oliver El-Khatib, and Noel Cadastre.”

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    Meanwhile, on Sidhu Moosewala’s birth anniversary, his many glimpses from his music videos were also flashed in New York City’s Times Square building as a tribute. Several fans of ‘ The Last Ride ’ singer captured the moment which must have been an emotional moment for them. Fans also celebrated Sidhu Moosewala’s birthday on Twitter and further asked for justice surrounding his brutal murder. The late singer’s family also shared a heartwarming video on his special day remembering him with some childhood pictures and videos. Sidhu was shot dead by unidentified assassins near his Mansa village in Punjab on May 29, 2022.