Kanye West Make a Surprise Appearance During Future’s Rolling Loud California Set

A little over halfway through his set at last week’s Rolling Loud California festival, Future whipped his crowd into a frenzy with a surprise appearance by Kanye West.

Riding hot on the heels of West’s ‘Free Larry Hoover’ benefit concert – which featured his monumental reunion with Drake after the pair put an end to their longstanding feud – the ‘Donda’ star strutted out to an eruption of cheers. He performed four of his own tracks, starting with ‘Graduation’ highlight ‘Can’t Tell Me Nothing’.

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West then breezed through two cuts from ‘Donda’ – ‘Hurricane’ and ‘Praise God’ – before wrapping up his own impromptu mini-set with ‘Father Stretch My Hands, Pt. 1’ (from ‘The Life Of Pablo’). The enigmatic rapper doled out one final treat during his main appearance, busting out a freestyled verse in Future’s track ‘Fuck Up Some Commas’.

He made a second cameo later in the set, joining Future to perform ‘Flashing Lights’ (another classic from ‘Graduation’). Take a look at Kanye’s appearance – around the 36-minute mark – below:

Elsewhere in Future’s set – which took place on December 12 in Los Angeles – the Georgian rapper broke out a veritable highlight reel of his own hits, such as ‘Mask Off’, ‘Jumpman’ and ‘Low Life’. Before he brought West out, Future welcomed Roddy Ricch to the stage for a joint performance of Ricch’s tune ‘The Box’, and Hotboii for a team-up on their collaborative single ‘Nobody Special’.

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During Future’s set at this year’s Wireless festival, the rapper brought out Drake. Future appeared thrice on Drake’s most recent album, ‘Certified Lover Boy’, popping up on the tracks ‘Way 2 Sexy’ (which the former performed at Rolling Loud), ‘N 2 Deep’ and ‘Pipe Down’. West performed a titanic 24-track set at his ‘Free Larry Hoover’ show on December 9.