Posted by , Apr 17, 2016 at 03:26pm
Dr. Dre was the only notable absence from Ice Cube's guest-heavy set.

Following the release of the massively successful biopic, Straight Outta Compton, as well as N.W.A.'s recent induction into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame, it seemed inevitable that a reunion of some sorts was in the cards for Ice Cube's Coachella set Saturday night.

As expected, the group did reform, with MC Ren and DJ Yella taking the stage to perform "Straight Outta Compton" and "Fuck Tha Police" alongside Cube, though Dre was nowhere to be found (also no sign of an Eazy-E hologram, which is probably a good thing). Outside of the N.W.A. centerpiece, both Snoop Dogg and Common made appearances, as Snoop performed "Go To The Church" and "The Next Episode," whil Com came through with the inspirational, "Real People".

Overall, Cube gave his fans a show to remember. Watch some clips from the performance below.

Ice Cube Brings Out Snoop Dogg, Common, N.W.A. Members At Coachella

Dr. Dre was the only notable absence from Ice Cube's guest-heavy set.


Following the release of the massively successful biopic, Straight Outta Compton, as well as N.W.A.'s recent induction into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame, it seemed inevitable that a reunion of some sorts was in the cards for Ice Cube's Coachella set Saturday night.

As expected, the group did reform, with MC Ren and DJ Yella taking the stage to perform "Straight Outta Compton" and "Fuck Tha Police" alongside Cube, though Dre was nowhere to be found (also no sign of an Eazy-E hologram, which is probably a good thing). Outside of the N.W.A. centerpiece, both Snoop Dogg and Common made appearances, as Snoop performed "Go To The Church" and "The Next Episode," whil Com came through with the inspirational, "Real People".

Overall, Cube gave his fans a show to remember. Watch some clips from the performance below.

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