Migos Perform “Stir Fry,” “Motorsport” and More at 2018 Coachella
The 2018 Coachella Music Festival has been the talk of the music world, even for those that aren't attending it. Following a stunning performance from Beyoncé on Saturday (April 14), last night (April 15), Migos took the stage for a memorable set that was met with a lot of energy from the crowd.
Quavo, Offset and Takeoff took the stage a little after 10:50 p.m., which came following a delay despite the rap group being scheduled to come on at 10:30 p.m. While the audience shared their frustration for the first 10 minutes due to some major sound issues, the trio earned their forgiveness once they started going through a slew of their biggest hits and fan favorites off their Culture and Culture II albums. Starting their set with "Higher We Go," off their most recent LP, the group eventually went on to cater to their day one fans by performing "Hannah Montana," "Fight Night," along with "Ice Tray" off the Quality Control compilation project.
One standout moment came when the group performed "Motorsport," as they played through Cardi B's full verse without an appearance from her onstage, but skipped over Nicki Minaj's verse. If you recall, the song and Nicki's verse has caused a fair amount of controversy lately, which Minaj spoke about during her recent Beats 1 interview with Zane Lowe. There's no explanation as to why the group skipped over her verse, but it does seem odd being that Quavo and Nicki were seen partying together at a Coachella afterparty earlier in the weekend.
After performing "Walk It Talk It," "T-Shirt," "Bad and Boujee" and plenty more of their big records, the group finished off their set with their hit single, "Stir Fry," which came with some more sound issues that they couldn't seem to fight off.
Watch some of the footage from Migos' 2018 Coachella Festival set and check out the gallery below.