Here’s a Coachella Festival Review: From Worst to Best

Since the majority of, us, regular folks are probably missing the time of our lives right now, here’s the scoop on Coachella so far…

Congratulations! If you are reading this, you are probably as depressed and as broke as I am and are trying to get the slightest taste of Coachella. You have probably exhausted you SnapChat, replaying the amazing Coachella Festival snaps over and over. You have also secretly envied your friend’s (who, God knows how, snuck their way in) Instagram and purposely not liked their posts, our of jealousy. If not—I guess I’m in this alone. Nonetheless, I have been a total investigator and found out which artists dropped the ball and which artist were completely amazing.

On Saturday, Future brought out Drake, Migos & Ty Dolla $ign but it didn’t stop there. Kendrick’s debut of DAMN., DJ Khaled’s guest-heavy spot and Gucci Mane’s return to the festival stage.  DJ Khaled literally brought everyone he could possibly think of.  Khaled performed with  Migos, 2 Chainz, Rick Ross, A$AP Ferg, French Montana, Swae Lee and Wale. Highlights included Ferg’s “Work” and “Shabba,” 2 Chainz’s “Birthday Song,” Rick Ross’s “Trap Trap Trap” and Migos’s “Bad and Boujee.”

Kendrick performed songs off his latest album, ‘DAMN.’ for the first time. He performed multiple tracks off the album, including “DNA.,” “GOD.” and closing up the show with “HUMBLE.” K.Dot also brought out Travis Scott, Future and ScHoolboy Q. Performing,  “Goosebumps” with Travis Scott, and was Future’s hypeman for “Mask Off,” while ScHoolboy Q performed “THat Part.”

ScHoolboy Q, then,  brought out A$AP Rocky and Tyler, The Creator, who performed “Telephone Calls,” their track from Cozy Tapes Vol. 1: Friends. Unfortunately, Tyler’s night went downhill from there when ScHoolboy Q’s set was abruptly cut, Tyler angrily stood in the crowd waving his middle finger until he was escorted out by security.

Our favorite, Gucci Mane,  made his Coachella debut by playing a mix of older tracks and newer ones off his latest album, Everybody Looking.  He brought out Rae Sremmurd with their collaborative”Black Beatles,” Lil Yachty who performed “1 Night,” Diddy who sang a medley of his biggest tracks, and Migos who performed “Bad and Boujee” for the second time that night. Rihanna, Travis Scott, The Weeknd, French Montana and Drake were all backstage watching Guwop.


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