Metro Boomin performed a star-studded set at Coachella day 1.
Metro Boomin closed out day 1 of Coachella 2023 as he performed at Indio, Calif, and brought out a number of surprise guests. Things kicked off with Morgan Freeman introducing Young Metro as the hero to save Coachella. The legendary actor was the narrator of Boomin’s latest album “Heroes & Villains”.
During his performance, Boomin first brought out John Legend for a performance of “On Time”. The producer then brings out Future, as they opened with “Superhero”, followed by hits like “I Serve the Base,” “Thought It Was a Drought,” and “Mask Off.” The set was then joined by Don Toliver for “Too Many Nights” and “I Can’t Save You” along with Future. 21 Savage was the next guest star for a performance of songs like “Runnin,” “Bank Account,” and “No Heart.”
Metro then brought The Weeknd, who’s named the biggest musician in the world by Guinness World Records. The “After Hours” hitmaker kicked off things with “Faith” and “Escape From L.A.”, followed by “Low Life” with Future. The set was closed with the performance of Metro Boomin, The Weeknd, 21 Savage and Diddy’s collab “Creepin” remix.
Reportedly, in March, the acclaimed producer sold a part of his music catalog to Shamrock Capital for almost $70 million. Since the release of Heroes and Villains in December last year, he has been busy in 2023. On Monday, he unveiled the music video for “Too Many Nights,” an exceptional song from the project featuring Don Tolliver and Future. The music artist had previously launched music videos for “Superhero” with Future and the remix of “Creepin,” which features Diddy in addition to the all-star cast of Weeknd and 21 Savage.