×
You will be redirected back to your article in seconds

Eminem Brings Out Dr. Dre, 50 Cent, More for Hit-Filled Coachella Set (Watch)

As the closing headliner of the Coachella 2018 festival, Eminem had a tough act to follow after Beyonce’s world-beating two-hour set on Saturday night, and he rallied an all-star team to join him on some of the biggest hits of his career: Dr. Dre, 50 Cent, Bebe Rexha, Skylar Grey and Kehlani all joined the MC at various points during the set.

But the setlist didn’t just focus on his own hits: Dre performed his own “Still D.R.E.,” Snoop Dogg’s “Nothin’ but a G Thang” and nodded back to his own headlining set at the festival — where he was sort-of joined by a hologram of Tupac — by covering his 1996 tag-team with Pac, “California Love.” 50 Cent teamed up for a medley of “In Da Club” and “My Life,” while longtime collaborator Grey joined in on “Stan,” “Walk on Water” and “Love the Way You Lie.”

Variety will have a full report on the Coachella Day 3 shortly.

Eminem’s setlist:

Medicine Man

‘Till I Collapse

Square Dance

3 a.m.

Kill You

Sing for the Moment

White America

Rap God

Soldier

Just Don’t Give a Fuck

Criminal

Chloraseptic

The Way I Am

Walk on Water (with Skylar Grey)

Stan (with Skylar Grey)

Love the Way You Lie (with Skylar Grey)

Nowhere Fast (with Kehlani)

Inpatiently Waiting/My Life/ In Da Club (with 50 Cent)

River

My Name Is

The Real Slim Shady

Still D.R.E. (Dr. Dre cover – with Dr. Dre)

Nuthin’ but a “G” Thang (Dr. Dre cover – with Dr. Dre)

California Love (2Pac cover – with Dr. Dre)

Forgot About Dre (Dr. Dre cover – with Dr. Dre)

Not Afraid

Lose Yourself


More Music

  • Nancy Wilson

    Nancy Wilson, Grammy Winning Jazz Singer and TV Personality, Dies at 81

    Nancy Wilson, one of the most revered jazz singers of the 20th century, has died at age 81, her manager told the Associated Press. The singer passed away at her home in Pioneertown, a small California community north of Palm Springs, after a long illness, according to manager Devra Hall. Wilson’s three Grammy awards spanned [...]

  • Jingle Punks Jingle Player

    Jingle Punks at 10: How the Production Music Platform's Player Works

    Though its primary function is creative, Jingle Punks is built on a foundation of technology and administration. The patented Jingle Player that lets customers search for music using pop culture terms is both intuitive and efficient. Typing in “Reservoir Dogs” or “Starbucks” generates suggestions. Queries are monitored “so if there isn’t an exact match, we’ll suggest [...]

  • Apple Music Connect Is Being Discontinued

    Apple Music Phases Out Connect Social Feed

    Apple Music has notified artists that it will be phasing out its Connect social feed. Artists won’t be able to post to Connect anymore effective immediately, and their existing posts will be removed by next May, according to an email sent to artists that was first published by 9to5Mac Thursday. “Today we’re streamlining music discovery [...]

  • Cardi B iHeart Radio Music Awards

    iHeartRadio Music Awards Move to Fox

    iHeartMedia and Fox Broadcasting Company today announced the return of the iHeartRadio Music Awards in 2019. The show will air live on Thursday, March 14 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Fox from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, and will also stream online and broadcast live on iHeartMedia radio stations nationwide. Performers will be announced in [...]

  • 'Blurred Lines' Suit Ends With $5

    'Blurred Lines' Suit Ends With $5 Million Judgement Against Robin Thicke, Pharrell Williams

    After five years, the legal battle over the copyright of the Robin Thicke’s 2013 hit “Blurred Lines” has ended, with Marvin Gaye’s family being awarded a final judgment of nearly $5 million against the song’s primary writers, Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams, according to CNN and other reports. The pair were accused of copyright infringement [...]

  • Jingle Punks at 10: Production Music

    Jingle Punks at 10: How the Production Music House Turned Passion Into Profits

    In a typical post-awards show scene, two music professionals start a friendly conversation at a bar. “I start telling him, ‘I’m the king of all jingles,’” says Jared Gutstadt, co-founder of Jingle Punks, the venerable production music house that he launched 10 years ago.“I thought I was talking to a complete stranger.” Turns out he [...]

  • Alison Wenham Steps Down as CEO

    Alison Wenham Steps Down as CEO of WIN

    After 12 years at the helm of the Worldwide Independent Network, a global trade organization for the independent music industry, Alison Wenham is stepping down as Chief Executive, it was announced today. Prior to joining WIN full time in 2016 Alison was CEO of The Association of Independent Music (AIM), which she started in 1999. [...]

More From Our Brands

Access exclusive content