Any rumors about a beef between Drake and The Weeknd can now be put to rest after the two Canadian artists appeared live on stage together in London.

During a break on his “Boy Meets World” tour in England, the “Fake Love” rapper was joined by the “Starboy” singer and gave The Weeknd high praise. Once on stage, Drake named The Weeknd’s “House of Balloons” project as one of his top five albums ever.

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“My boy came and picked me up, he played me ‘What You Need,’” Drizzy told the crowd. “After that we met up at the studio and I heard ‘House of Balloons,’ which is in my top five albums of all-time.”

While the two may have had their differences in the past, the Toronto MC made it known that there was no bad blood between them now, praising The Weeknd’s successful career. “And since then, my brother has gone on to become the biggest,” Drake said. “And I want to let you know too, it’s OVO/XO forever, it doesn’t matter where we are.”

The love didn’t stop there though as the “I Feel It Coming” singer paid it back with his own compliment. “Make some noise for the real 6 God, Drizzy Drake, the biggest artist in the world,” The Weeknd exclaimed.

As two of the biggest hip-hop artists from Canada, the rapper and singer rose to the top of the charts together, but when The Weeknd revealed in 2015 that he gave up much of his own work for Drake’s “Take Care,” some fans saw a problem arising.

“I gave up almost half of my album. It’s hard. I will always be thankful — if it wasn’t for the light he shined on me, who knows where I’d be. And everything happens for a reason…  You never know what I would say if this success wasn’t in front of me now,” he told Rolling Stone.

The two then may have taken shots at each other in their songs “Summer Sixteen” and “Low Life,” but it seems like it’s all love now, especially after Drake appeared in The Weeknd’s latest music video for the song “Reminder.”