From This Is RnB,
Pharrell returned to Indio, California for the second weekend of Coachella on Saturday night. Following an all-star feature filled set last week, the Neptunes hit-maker had even bigger surprises in store for the crowd this time.
Since he didn’t make it last week, T.I. stormed the stage for his verse and some dance moves during “Blurred Lines.” Next up was Pusha T who joined his mentor for their breakout classic “Grindin’.” Returning for the second week, Busta Rhymes had the crowd jumpin with “Pass The Courvoisier Part II.”
Then it was time to really surprise as P introduced Usher to the stage for his 2001 Neptunes-produced hit “U Don’t Have to Call.” “Please get ready for this man’s next album. It’s so amazing!” said Pharrell, who had one more big surprise for Coachella.
While performing his solo hit “Fronin,” Jay Z emerged from the back of the stage and joined him for a medley of hits including “Excuse Me Miss,” “La-La-La,” and “I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me).”
“Thank you guys so much for giving me one of the best experiences of my life. Thank you, Coachella,” said Pharrell.
Check out more performances below:
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