Could Drake be headed for stadium stardom after UK arena frenzy?

James Hanley

Drake has been tipped for stadium success after his Boy Meets World UK arena tour opened to rave reviews.

The Canadian rapper, who is represented by WME agent Tony Goldring, played five shows in London at The O2 last week, with three more still to come. As things stand, it is the venue’s biggest music residency of 2017.

“There’s an incredible buzz,” The O2’s head of programming Christian D’Acuna told Music Week. “At first we were looking at five dates ...

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