Coachella: Nas Brings Out JAY Z, Pharrell Kills Solo Performance

blame it on Shake April 13, 2014

After the rather…. interesting performance Outkast put on Friday night, Skateboard P had one of the best sets during the first Coachella weekend. He, as well as Nas, helped close out the festival’s second night, and you can check both of their performances below.

As previously reported, Nas gave a front-to-back performance of Illmatic, sprinkling in a JAY Z cameo dead in the middle of “The World Is Yours” and “Halftime.” The Queensbridge emcee also gave the packed crowd a few bonuses with “Made You Look”, “Hate Me Now” with Diddy and “One Mic.”

Pharrell’s set closed in on an hour in length, featured cameos from Snoop Dogg, Nelly, Busta Rhymes, Diddy, Gwen Stefani, Diplo and others, and ended with a strong medley of his recent hits: Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines,” Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” and everyone’s favorite… “Happy.”

“The Genesis”
“N.Y. State of Mind”
“Life’s a Bi**h”
The World Is Yours”
“Dead Presidents” (JAY Z)
“Where I’m From” (JAY Z)
“Memory Lane”
“One Time 4 Your Mind”
“One Love”
“It Ain’t Hard To Tell”

“Made You Look”
“Hate Me Now” (Diddy)
“One Mic”

“Lose Yourself to Dance”
“Come Get It Bae”
“Hot In Here” (Nelly)
“Pass the Courvoisier pt.2” (Busta Rhymes & Diddy)
“Lapdance” (Tyler, the Creator)
“She Wants To Move”
“Drop It Like Its Hot” (Snoop Dogg)
“Beautiful” (Snoop Dogg)
“Aeresol Can” (Diplo)
“Hollaback Girl” (Gwen Stefani)
“Blurred Lines”
“Marilyn Monroe”
“Get Lucky”