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Coachella 2014: Pharrell Williams Brings Out Jay Z, T.I. and Usher

Pharrell Williams has a lot of friends in the music business. During last week’s Coachella performance, the veteran producer brought out Nelly, Gwen Stefani and Snoop Dogg. For his second weekend show, Skateboard P brought out hip-hop heavyweights Jay Z and T.I. to rock with him onstage.

According to Billboard, Hov joined Williams for a medley of hits including ‘Frontin’,’ ‘Excuse Me Miss,’ ‘La La La (Excuse Me Miss Again)’ and ‘I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me).’

Tip appeared with Williams to perform his rap on their ubiquitous hit ‘Blurred Lines.’ The Atlanta rapper was then followed by Pusha T who performed the Clipse banger ‘Grindin’.’ Finally, R&B crooner Usher had the ladies screaming during his rendition of the Williams-penned ‘U Don’t Have to Call.’

Unlike last week, Williams didn’t go too far back into his catalog, but he did perform his latest chart-topping hits including ‘Get Lucky,’ and of course, ‘Happy.’

Overall, Pharrell Williams presented a great show that left Coachella fans very happy that they came.

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