After years of feuding and one of the most talked-about beef-squashings in hip-hop history, frenemies Drake and Ye (the artist formerly known as Kanye West) joined forces for a much-anticipated benefit concert in Los Angeles.

Kanye West and Drake took the stage together for the first time since their public feud as they hosted the sold-out “Free Larry Hoover” benefit concert at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Drake, 35, and West agreed to perform on Thursday to benefit Hoover, who has been incarcerated at the ADX federal prison in Colorado, where other criminals, such as El Chapo Guzman, are locked up. The two rappers walked side by side down the steps of the Coliseum as the choir sang West’s “Ultralight Beam” in a powerful show that their feud had been put to rest. West took the stage first to debut “Praise God.”

He then “took it back to day one,” performing classics including “Gold Digger,” “Touch the Sky,” “Stronger” and “All of the Lights.”

West then dedicated the lyrics “I need you to come right back to me, baby” to estranged wife Kim Kardashian as he said “more specifically, Kimberly” at the end of the song. While some fans are raving about the “Free Larry Hoover” concert — one outlet even saying it was Ye’s best performance in years — many who paid steep prices or tuned in on Amazon Prime to see Drizzy are voicing disappointment over the show’s second act. Ye clearly outshining the Toronto star with a more fan-friendly setlist. Though many fans are complaining, there seem to be just as many who are pleased with the pair’s sprawling 37-track setlist, which included chart-toppers like Ye’s “Gold Digger,” and “Stronger,” as well as a few Drake hits including “God’s Plan.”
The show ended with both artists performing Drake’s song “Forever.” The two embraced for a hug and then walked off stage together.