Eminem joined Drake on stage during his Detroit concert.
The 43-year-old rapper - whose real name is Marshall Mathers - has put rumours to bed there is a feud between him and the Canadian-born singer after he appeared on set with the 'One Dance' hitmaker on Tuesday (16.08.16).
The 29-year-old singer teased the crowds there would be a guest appearance during his performance.
He told the crowd: "Do you think we'll be able to look back and say, 'Do you remember that one night in Detroit?'"
Eminem then graced the stage entering through a trap door for his third appearance in concert in eight months, which saw Drake - whose real name is Aubrey Graham - bow to the 'Love The Way You Lie' artist several times .
On Eminem's arrival, Drake introduced the star, saying: "Make some noise for the greatest rapper to ever get on a microphone."
And Eminem admitted it was an "honour" to be standing next to Drake and performing with the musician.
He said: "It's an honour to share the stage with this man right here."
Eminem has since shared a photograph of him alongside Drake on his Instagram, captioning the post: "Views from The Joe. #WelcometoDetroit (sic)."
Drake has also posted the same picture to his social media site with the caption on his upload reading: "SHARED THE STAGE WITH THE GOAT FOR DETROIT. DONE THE HYPE. (sic)."
Meanwhile, Drake has teased he is set to release an album with Kanye West.
The 'Famous' rapper - who has previously worked with his pal on his own 'Life of Pablo' record and Drake's 'Views' LP - made a surprise appearance during his friend's set at Canada's OVO Festival earlier this month and hinted a collaboration is on the way.
He asked the crowd: "Toronto, I got one question for you.Is y'all ready for this album? ... What my brother was asking before was, are you ready if we make an album? That's what he was asking."