On Tuesday (November 14), the three-day festival series shared the lineup for its West Coast chapter. Scheduled to take place from March 15–17 at the Hollywood Park Grounds in Inglewood, the roster for next year is packed with all-stars.
In addition to the aforementioned headliners, the event will feature heavyweights such as Big Sean, Don Toliver, YG & Tyga, Summer Walker and Sexyy Red, among countless others. Additionally, one of the late-evening spots on Saturday has been blurred out, and will most-likely be a last-minute surprise reveal.
Check out the full lineup below:
Weezy went through a slew of his classic singles and legendary guest verses before bringing the rap superstar on stage to accompany him. Together, they played “Bedrock,” “High School” and “Truffle Butter” during the one-hour set.
While performing her new Lumidee-influenced single, “Red Ruby Da Sleeze,” the 40-year-old rapper started experiencing technical difficulties in her in-ear monitors. She elaborated on the sound issues in a video posted on Rolling Loud’s Twitter account.
“When I perform, I do not perform with that backing track,” Minaj said. “So, I just watched it back and sweetheart, let me tell you something, it looks like my vocals were in, in every song, which is gross. I never.” Minaj then belted out the chorus to Monica’s 1997 hit, “For You, I Will” as a dedication to her attendance and loyalty to Wayne, even in the midst of sound problems.”
She continued: “The sound situation was unacceptable and I apologize, even though I was a special guest. I apologize because you know what, fuck that. But, you guys could hear my voice through it, but there was a big mix up between our sound crew and Lil Wayne’s sound crew, and that was not acceptable.”