Eminem Brought Out 50 Cent Followed By Dr. Dre at Coachella 2018

Bessie Dean
April 17, 2018

In the middle of the set, a very special edition of Jimmy Kimmel's "Mean Tweets" let the rapper address his haters, and introduce a retrospective of his greatest hits.

But Eminem didn't take it that bad, replying to one that asked, "Remember when Eminem was actually dope?" with a "He kinda has a point".

The rapper reportedly brought 50 Cent and Dr Dre onstage with him at Coachella and received a wealth of praise online for his set from those in attendance. "Coachella 2018 what a moment, good times".

Unlike yesterday, Sunday at Coachella has seen a lot of EDM act performing on the various stage of the festival.

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The opening portion of the show featured mostly early hits, such as "Till I Collapse" from the 2002 album "The Eminem Show", and "Kill You" from 2000's "The Marshall Mathers LP". Eminem and Dr. Dre played several songs together, including "Forgot About Dre" and "It's The D.R.E".

Meanwhile, Bebe Rexha joined em for "The Monster", Kehlani for "Nowhere Fast", and 50 Cent also appeared for a medley of "In Da Club" and "My Life", while Skylar Grey leant vocal duties to "Stan", Walk on Water", and "Love The Way You Lie'.

The show seemed to end with "Not Afraid", a song Eminem dedicated to anyone struggling with addiction - it was released on the 2010 album "Recovery", which dealt with Eminem's struggle to stay clean.

"No one's been paying attention to you since 2003", read one. He's not letting it get away without a fight.

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