Pharrell hit the Coachella crowd with yet another set full of A-list collaborations last night (Apr. 19). Though Jay Z was in attendance at the festival last weekend for a surprise appearance during Nas' set, he did not join Skateboard P in his hour-long set. This weekend however, the two shut the stage down with their catalog of chart-toppers, from "Frontin'" to "Excuse Me Miss," to "I Just Wanna Love U (Give It To Me)." Upon his exit, Pharrell referred to Jay as "the king of all kings."
But Pha-real's star-studded set did not only include Hov; he was also joined by Usher for his 8701 hit, "U Don't Have To Call:"
Pharrell's set also included T.I. for a performance of "Blurred Lines," as well as Busta Rhymes -- the only repeat co-performer -- for another rendition of "Pass The Courvoisier." And for a live performance of one of Pharrell's staple Neptunes productions, Pusha T hit the stage for "Grindin':"
So is it safe to say that we need that Pharrell & Friends tour yet, or nah?