Last September, we were blown away by 7-year-old rapper Young Dylan's debut on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, not only for his performance of DJ Khaled and Drake's "For Free," but also for his charitable spirit. This week, Ellen had him back on her show, and she sent him on a pretty cool adventure.
Dylan got to perform at a Toronto Raptors basketball game. "It was so awesome," he told Ellen afterward. "I got to meet a lot of people, and I just loved it. I loved my performance."
The rising Instagram star got to hang out with NBA players from both the Raptors and the Golden State Warriors. He even got to hand-deliver a pair of signature Ellen underwear to Stephen Curry. "He was so nice!" Dylan said after their meeting.
But arguably the best meeting of all was with none other than Drake, who seemed to like Dylan's performance, if his courtside dancing is anything to go by. Dylan pointed out that he was born in 2009, when Drake put out his first song. "It's only a matter of time, this will be your building, too," the rapper and Raptors ambassador told him.