Metro Boomin Brings Out The Weeknd, Diddy, Future, & 21 Savage At Coachella To Perform “Creepin” - WhatsOnRap

Metro Boomin brought out The Weeknd, 21 Savage & Diddy to perform “Creepin” at Coachella

The famous producer Metro Boomin, concluded up Day 1 of the festival in Indio, California, with an epic concert that included an endless number of surprise guests such as The Weeknd, Future, and 21 Savage. 

Fans went to the Sahara Tent for the 10:30 p.m. performance, that was one of the hottest of the day. Morgan Freeman, the show's narrator, started things off by presenting Young Metro as the savior come to save Coachella.

Metro appeared fifteen minutes after the original start time, aided by John Legend, to perform his Heroes & Villains opening "On Time."

Next it was Future's turn, who began with "Superhero" and closed with songs like "I Serve the Base," "Thought It Was a Drought," and "Mask Off."

Don Toliver subsequently followed him with "Too Many Nights" and "I Can't Save You" with Future. 21 Savage was the latest avenger to join Metro's superhero team, with songs like "Runnin," "Bank Account," and "No Heart."

The night was topped up with The Weeknd, whose not-so-surprise show was the night's best. Abel, dressed entirely in white, began with "Faith" and "Escape From L.A." before transitioning into "Heartless" and "Low Life" with Future.

To finish off the evening, The Weeknd and 21 Savage collaborated on Metro's top 5 song "Creepin'," which featured a surprise appearance from Diddy.

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