The former Canadian teen TV star has turned rapper and made “Headlines” with such singles as and “Best I Ever Had.” The hip-hop heartthrob incorporated a pop sensibility into the songs on his debut “Thank Me Later” and sophomore “Take Care” releases. But it’s his recent “Nothing Was the Same” release that has impressed with its mature, intimate, confessional and autobiographical rhymes. The collaboration king has climbed the charts by working with Meek Mill and Jeremih (“Amen”), Waka Flocka Flame (“Round of Applause”), Trey Songz (“Replacement Girl”), Nicki Minaj (“Make Me Proud”) and mentor Lil Wayne (“The Motto”). Joining Drake for his latest tour is fellow Grammy-winner Miguel, who takes a break from his job working as an advisor on NBC’s “The Voice” reality singing competition to return to the R&B stage. Also appearing is mixtape wizard and Atlanta native Future, who can thank his mentor Drake for appearing on the single “Tony Montana” and landing him a record deal.