Sean and Kanye ran through a series of hits at the annual L.A. concert.
If you're looking to make an impression at the always-stacked Powerhouse festival, you should have a big surprise planned. Big Sean definitely came out with the most memorable set at Friday night's show, bringing out his GOOD Music mentor, Kanye West, to do a medley of hits. Ye made his entrance to "Mercy," but stuck around for the curious live staple, "Don't Like (Remix)," and most importantly, the first live performance of Cruel Winter's lead single, "Champions".
Premiered on Big Boy's Neighborhood earlier that day, Ye and Sean's rendition was missing more than half of the artists involved (2 Chainz, Yo Gotti, Travis Scott, Desiigner, Quavo and Gucci Mane), but the two still made it work, excitedly rapping along to Guwop's "Gucci clones" line.
Ye then wrapped up his appearance with a pair of Pablo numbers, "Famous" and "Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1," which have revealed themselves to be the most successful live records on the album thus far.
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