Saturday night at Coachella is all about forming like Voltron, teaming up like the Four Horsemen, uniting like the Justice League.
At the actual festival, Nav brought out The Weeknd; ScHoolboy Q surprised everyone with guests Tyler The Creator and A$AP Rocky; and Future stunted with Migos and Drake on his set. DJ Snake called on a legend, Lauryn Hill; and Gucci Mane paraded out Lil Yachty, Rae Srummurd, and REVOLT TV chairman, Diddy.
Diddy had his own crew lined up well. After the concert, Puff headed to the nearby mansion party held by his own channel, "REVOLT House." Inside a hangar on the grounds, there were more performances.
Diddy chilled in a private cabana behind the hangar with French Montana, Wale (who was busy giving his opinion on why Kendrick Lamar and Rick Ross are in his top ten all-time rappers), Belly, Slow (from Slow Bucks), as well as Justin and Christian "King" Combs.
Diddy and company made their way inside the hangar eventually where DJ Damage was spinning. Shortly after, DJ Esco made his way from the Coachella grounds to the House to take over the stage.
Esco took the mic and began rapping many of Future's lyrics from hits such as "Mask Off," "Stick Talk," "Too Much Sauce," and "Jumpman."
Quavo of Migos came out while the DJ was playing Gucci Mane's "Both." As the crowd's excitement amped up, Rihanna and her entourage came into Diddy's section. Jeremih came out on the stage and performed "Don't Tell Em." Offset and Takeoff then joined Quavo and the trio locked in for "Bad and Boujee." Afterward, Rihanna yelled from her table, "Migos! Migos! More Migos!" Before it the performances closed out, Esco brought out Tyga for "Pass The Hookah." Going well past 4 a.m., Rae Sremmurd and Mike WiLL came through to show the event love.