As if last week’s set wasn’t star studded enough, Pharrell stunned his fans with a few more of his famous friends. Bringing out the big guns , Jay Z who joined NAS last weekend for his Coachella set, made the crowd go crazy performing “Frontin’,” “Excuse Me Miss,” “La La La (Excuse Me Miss Again),” and “I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me).”
Completely changing his unforgettable fist week set, Pharrell first brought out T.I. to accompany him on last summer’s smash hit, “Blurred Lines,” followed by Pusha T of Clipse famed anthem, “Grindin’.” He them wooed the crowd performing “U Don’t Have To Call,” with none other than the man he wrote the song for, R&B extraordinaire and popular coach on the Voice, Usher. Pharrell along with recently announced coach and songstress who joined Pharrell on “Hollaback Girl,” during last weeks unforgettable Coachella set, Gwen Stefani, will be joining Usher next season as coaches on the Voice.
The only repeat guest from last weeks set was Busta Rhymes who once again ripped up the stage on their 2001 hit “Pass The Courvoisier, Part II,” this time without the help of Puff Daddy.
Although not as jam packed with special guests as the first week, Pharrell still amazed the crowd with the addition of multi-cultural dancers, a great band, and his “winning, charming personality.”
Pharrell’s first week Coachella performance included Snoop Dog, Nelly, Busta Rhymes, Puff Daddy, Tyler, the Creator, and Gwen Stefani.