Eminem performed with 50 Cent, Dr. Dre and more at Coachella 2018

Rapper Eminem brought out the whole crew for Coachella, 50 Cent and Dr. Dre and more made appearances during Shady's headlining set.

Emily Treadgold

Eminem headlined Sunday at Coachella, and he didn't hold back from taking some jabs at himself. He started off yelling at the crowd, "Coachella, can I take you back to a time when I was actually dope?"



Eminem then performed a few of his early hits with "My Name Is" his breakthrough single that defined his career. There was even a pre-recorded mean tweets section that was specifically made for the show about the rapper's career and his haters.

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His background was a trippy visual of a Detroit Warehouse; the water tower had the proud 313 area code spelled out that eventually was set on fire. Images of a giant Slim Shady stomping through the streets served as the perfect visual for his songs.


Eminem wore a white tracksuit as he paraded around the stage delivering all of his hits and songs off of his latest album Revival. He performed "Til' I Collapse," "Square Dance," "White America" and "Rap God."

Coachella, can I take you back to a time when I was actually dope?

The 45-year-old also brought out 50 Cent to take the lead on "Patiently Waiting," "In Da Club," and "I Get Money." Then the collab everyone was waiting for, Eminem brought out his mentor and good friend, Dr. Dre.


The classic duo bounced back and forth as Eminem took Snoop's parts on the track "Nuthin but a 'G' Thang" then the pair went off on 2000's classics "Forgot About Dre" and "Still Dre."


A live Dr. Dre appearance is truly rare and only Eminem could make the iconic moment happen.