The Detroit rapper delivered a career-spanning set on the Sahaha stage, marking the first time he’s ever performed a solo slot at the California festival.
Among the 18-track setlist, Sean performed the hits ‘Blessings’, ‘I Don’t Fuck With You’, ‘Clique’, and ‘Bounce Back. He also gave live debuts to ‘Why Would I Stop?’ and ‘Wolves’, taken from his most recent album ‘Detroit 2’.
In the middle of his set, Sean brought out Aiko – who aside from being his partner is also his TWENTY88 bandmate – to perform the tracks ‘Beware’ and ‘I Know’, taken from Sean’s albums ‘Hall Of Fame’ (2013) and ‘Dark Sky Paradise’ (2015) respectively.
You can check out footage of their performances below:
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Elsewhere during his set, Sean also brought out YG for their collaboration ‘Big Bank’. You can see their performance and a full setlist for Sean’s Coachella show below.
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Big Sean played:
‘Why Would I Stop?’
‘Big Bank’ (with YG)
‘I Don’t Like’ (Chief Keef cover)
‘Beware’ (with Jhené Aiko)
‘I Know’ / ‘Dance (A$$)’ (with Jhené Aiko)
‘All Your Fault’
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‘I Don’t Fuck With You’
Carly Rae Jepsen also debuted a brand new track called ‘Western Wind’, which she had been teasing for the past few weeks; Justin Bieber teamed up with Daniel Caesar for a performance of their collaborative single ‘Peaches’.
Friday also saw Phoebe Bridgers joined by Arlo Parks for two songs during her set, while Saturday’s proceedings were headlined by Billie Eilish, who was joined onstage by Damon Albarn for a two-song cameo.
On Saturday, K-pop icons 2NE1 reunited on stage for their first performance together in seven years, Megan Thee Stallion debuted a brand new song, and Post Malone joined 21 Savage for a performance of their 2018 hit ‘Rockstar’.
Danny Elfman also performed a unique set made up songs by his new wave band Oingo Boingo, a few solo tracks, as well as some of his most famous film and TV themes including The Simpsons.
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