His string of London shows kicks off on Monday January 30 and it'll be a busy week with another four taking place in the following days.
He will then return to the tent on Valentines Day - possibly the best date to see Drake showcase his popular break up tracks - and February 15, before one last show when he returns on March 20.
Drake's eight show run makes him the only rapper to achieve the feat at the venue, the previous record was held by Jay-Z and Kanye West for their joint Watch The Throne tour.
The last time the O2 arena saw this many shows from a single artist was in 2016 when Adele played eight shows on her 25 World Tour.
The rapper was recently revealed as Spotify's most streamed artist for the second year running - so we're guessing the crowds won't have too much trouble singing along.
He totalled an incredible 4.7 billion streams in 2016 for tracks including number one One Dance, the dance-hall Controlla and Rihanna-featured Too Good.
Find out below what the setlist could be, who's the support act and if you can still get tickets to The Boy Meets World Tour.
Are tickets still available?
Tickets are still on sale for Drake's Boy Meets World Tour with the best availability on Monday January 30, Wednesday February 1, Thursday February 2 and Sunday February 5 at O2 arena.
You can get them from Ticketmaster here .
Plus tickets are still available for his Leeds show on February 9 and Manchester show on February 12.
What merchandise is on sale?
A Drake fansite posted some images of the new merchandise on offer at The Boy Meets World Tour. It is currently exclusive to the live shows as it's not available on his website yet.
What will the setlist be?
Fans can expect to hear some of Drake's biggest hits as well as tracks from mixtapes and remixes of tracks he's featured on.
The first night of the tour in Amsterdam gave the UK a glimpse of the setlist which featured old and new tracks, mixtape songs and a surprise new song featuring UK grime artist Giggs.
Watch Drake perform Hotline Bling below
Here's the very extensive set Drake played on his opening night of The Boy Meets World Tour according to setlist.fm:
Started From the Bottom
HYFR (Hell Ya Fucking Right)
0 to 100
Keep the Family Close
Feel No Ways
I Got All the Hits Medley (6 God / Worst Behavior / We Made It / Blessings / All Me / No Lie / Versace / Pop That / Over / I'm)
Hold On, We're Going Home
For Free (DJ Khaled cover)
My Way (Remix) (Fetty Wap cover)
Back To Back
Jumpman (Drake & Future cover)
Work (Rihanna cover)
Take Care (Snippet)
Intermission (New Song from More Life)
Watch Drake's speech about his love for London below:
Who's the support act?
Rumours circulated in early 2017 when Young Thug posted a picture of himself and Drake to Instagram with the caption 'European tour ft ......' leading fans to speculate that he will support,
For his final London show on March 20 he will be supported by the following lineup:
Pressa/SD/Baka : 19:30
It was originally confirmed from January 30 that Young Thug will support Drake on all of his UK and Ireland shows.
However he has so far only supported Drake at a handful of his London shows alongside DVSN.
On the first night of his London shows Drake was joined by Giggs, Section Boyz and Kyla who featured on his track One Dance.
And on his second night he invited Travi$ Scott onto the stage to perform Goosebumps.
Drake has also been joined by the likes of up-and-coming singer Jorja Smith and duo Krept & Konan on dates on his UK tour.
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