Coachella 2015: Nicki Minaj Makes Cameos During Drake & David Guetta’s Sets For Weekend Two

Bianca Gracie | April 20, 2015 6:17 am
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Yesterday (April 19) wrapped up the second and last weekend of Coachella, and it was definitely a surprise-filled one — from Kanye West doing a surprise performance during The Weeknd’s set to Ciara singing along with R3hab on stage!

For Sunday’s event, all eyes were on the festival closer — Drake. While he promised that his set would top his much-talked about Madonna cameo from the weekend before, the artist did not pull any show-stopping moves. The main highlight from his performance was a cameo by Nicki Minaj. Yet she didn’t even spit a verse on stage! Rather, she just sauntered out while Drizzy embraced her with a hug and congratulated her on Meek Mill. The rapstress also popped up for David Guetta’s “Hey Mama” collaboration (but didn’t perform).

But acts like Stromae did come through with surprises yesterday, as he also brought out Kanye for his set! The two artists reunited for their 2010 “Alors On Danse” remix collaboration.

Watch all of the action from the second weekend of Coachella go down below!

#Drake brings out #NickiMinaj at #Coachella2015 (Part 1)

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#Drake brings out #NickiMinaj at #Coachella2015 (Part 2) A video posted by @24urbancom on

#Drake brings out #NickiMinaj at #Coachella2015 (Part 3)

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@Stromae murked everyone at #Coachella AND brought #KanyeWest out. Welcome to #Worldwild! #Belgium #Congo

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Kanye West pops again this time during Stromae’s amazing set! #Coachella A photo posted by Alexander Lee (@a3ex) on

–> @stromae & @kanyewest on stage #Coachella Weekend 2

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[via Pitchfork/Complex]

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