Kid Cudi Dedicates Coachella Performance To Mac Miller And Nipsey Hussle

The rapper ended his set on an inspiring note.

Kid Cudi used his recent Coachella set to pay respects to two rappers whose deaths continue to affect the community long after their passing: Mac Miller and Nipsey Hussle.

Cudi gave the crowd a treat when he dedicated the final song of his performance, "Pursuit of Happiness," to the late rappers.

"This next one, I wanna dedicate this to Mac Miller and Nipsey Hussle," he told the crowd. "And I want y'all to sing this s**t as loud as y'all can, promise me."

Miller passed on September 7,  2018, of a reported cocaine overdose, and, more recently, on March 31, 2019, Hussle was shot to death while leaving his Marathon clothing store.

Take a look at Cudi's tribute to them, below:

Throughout his set, Cudi also went through memory lane, performing a few cult favorites from his catalog, including "Reborn" from Kids See Ghosts, "Father Stretch My Hands, Pt. 1," and a few of his Kanye West collaborations.

Take a look, below:

Playboy Carti, Ariana Grande, YG, Blood Orange, and Bad Bunny are all set to hit the Coachella stage on Sunday.

Catch them all on YouTube's Coachella live-streams, here.

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