Performances


Cardi B (and her baby bump) returned to the second weekend of Coachella 2018 on Sunday afternoon (Apr. 22). After bringing out Chance the Rapper, YG and Kehlani for the first weekend, Bardi followed that up by having a few more friends joining the party. J Balvin and Bad Bunny make a guest appearance, performing their “I Like It” collaboration with Cardi B for the first-time. SZA was another surprise the “Bodak Yellow” rapper brought out, as they did their Murda Beatz-produced “I Do” record for festival goers.

Umm dead ass saw this queen at 2am last night and she WASN’T sitting…Iono how she does it!!,” said the TDE songstress on Instagram. “Thank you SO much for having me ! Sooo fucking inspiring to watch! 🗣#IDO 💞#BOACHELLA.”

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The second weekend of Coachella 2018 kicked off with a surprise on Friday night (Apr. 20). Norwegian DJ/producer Kygo took to the main stage, where he was joined by R&B star Miguel. That wasn’t all, as Ariana Grande also make an appearance after teasing fans that she may make a cameo. For the first-time, the pop singer performed her newly released single, “No Tears Left to Cry.” Produced by Savan Kotecha, Ilya, and Max Martin, the single is off Grande’s forthcoming new album due later this year.

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A week after assisting Tinashe, Offset returned to Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday night (Apr. 17). This time moving solo, the Migos rapper and producer Metro Boomin performed their Without Warning collaboration “Ric Flair Drip” for the first-time on television. Like the music video, Offset and Young Metro were joined by the wrestling icon himself, joining the battle ring-themed set.

Aside from the performance, Offset would also participate in Fallon’s “Suggestion Box” sketch and plays a game of “Catchphrase” with Fallon, Joel McHale and Michael Che. Watch the highlights below.

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In case it wasn’t already abundantly clear, Jorja Smith is special. Last night, the 20-year-old British songstress made her debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and delivered a stunning performance of her 2016 breakout song, “Blue Lights.” The world needs a proper Jorja Smith album in 2018.

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Let’s be clear: no artist at any festival at any point in the near (or distant) future can top Beyoncé’s breathtaking performance at Coachella on Saturday night. But somebody had to follow Bey as Sunday night’s headliner, and that unfortunate responsibility belonged to Eminem.

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While Saturday night was Beychella, Sunday evening turned into Boachella as Cardi B invaded Coachella 2018. Hours after her Invasion of Privacy debut album landed at No. 1 on Billboard, the Bronx star brought her hit songs and ratchet anthems to Coachella’s main stage. The 34-minute set was a medley of various tracks off her new album, as the pregnant mother-to-be was dressed in all-white twerking and entertaining the crowd from start-to-finish.

Along with a team of pole dancers, Cardi called on a handful of special guests to join her on stage. G-Eazy (“No Limit”), BlocBoy JB (“Shoot”), YG (“She Bad”), Chance the Rapper (“Best Life”), Kehlani (“Ring”) and 21 Savage (“Bartier Cardi”) supported the 25-year-old rapper, who ended the party with her “Bodak Yellow” smash-hit. Watch all the action below.

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Watch Beyoncé’s long-awaited Coachella 2018 performance, closing out Day 2 of the music festival. Now known as Beychella, the electrifying and monumental show featured a Destiny’s Child reunion, plus appearances by JAY-Z (“Déjà Vu”) and Solange Knowles (“Get Me Bodied”). The iconic 36-year-old entertainer made history becoming the first black woman to headline Coachella.

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Coachella 2018 is in full swing, as Day 1 kicked off on Friday in Indio, CA. Along with headliner The Weekend, the opening day was highlighted by a group of today’s rising stars like Vince Staples, Daniel Caesar, Kali Uchis and more. Returning to the music festival for a second time, SZA took over Coachella’s main stage at night with a soulful set. The TDE songstress opened her 43-minute set with a stripped down version of “Supermodel,” while covered in a baggy jump suit. The glowing singer would soon take off the baggy clothes during “Go Gina,” revealing a sexy hot pink outfit.

Throughout the show, SZA ran through songs off her platinum-selling CTRL debut album. Along with performing her Rihanna collaboration “Consideration,” the 27-year-old brought out guests Isaiah Rashad (” Pretty Little Birds”) and Trippie Redd (“Dark Knight Dummo”). The biggest surprise came for the finale, as SZA was joined by Kendrick Lamar for CTRL‘s “Doves in the Wind” and closing with their Billboard smash-hit “All the Stars” off the TDE-curated Black Panther soundtrack.

Watch the full set below.

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The 2018 Coachella Music & Arts Festival kicked off on Friday at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, CA on Friday (Apr. 13). The lineup for opening day included a list of big names including The Weeknd, SZA, Vince Jamiroquai, Daniel Caesar and more. Long Beach’s own Vince Staples also made the trip to Palm Springs, where he electrified the crowd with a dazzling stage setup and a 45-minute set. For the finale, Staples surprised music lovers by bringing out Kendrick Lamar to perform their Big Fish Theory collaboration “Yeah Right” for the first-time live.

Watch Vince’s full set and Kendrick’s appearance below.

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Tinashe’s long-awaited JOYRIDE is officially out everywhere. To promote her newly released sophomore album, the R&B star appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Thursday (Apr. 12). Hitting the studio stage, Tinashe and special guest Offset performed their single “No Drama” for the first-time on television. Out now, JOYRIDE features guest appearances by Future, Ty Dolla $ign, French Montana and Little Dragon.

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