It's no secret Drake loves his mom ... but he proved it in a huge way at his NYC concert Tuesday night, celebrating her in front of a sold-out crowd.
Drake escorted the family matriarch, Sandi Graham, onto the stage at Madison Square Garden and sat down on a leather couch alongside her.
He then cracked open a composition book and started rapping, "Look What You've Done," a 2011 tribute song he wrote for Sandi, his uncle and his grandmother.
As Sandi grooved to the lyrics, Drake slightly turned his head to her and sang, "You love me and I love you."
The two then embraced in a big hug before Drake ended by repeating the phrase, "Look what you've done," causing Sandi to get choked up with tears.
The audience also got emotional, shouting and wildly clapping.
It was a very touching moment between mother and son -- something the two can now cherish forever.