Summer Jam was full of G.O.O.D. surprises.
After his headlining Governors Ball set was canceled, Kanye West stormed the stage at New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium on Sunday (Jun. 5) during G.O.O.D. Music’s set, which also featured Big Sean, Pusha T, 2 Chainz, Desiigner, and Travis Scott. Together, the crew performed solo cuts and collaborations, including a portion of “Champions,” a track Yeezy and Sean Don also performed at Powerhouse.
Elsewhere, Fat Joe and Remy Ma brought out Ashanti and Joe for their Terror Squad reunion. Meanwhile, DJ Khaled was joined by Rick Ross, Ty Dolla $ign, and Busta Rhymes, among others. Bryson Tiller also came prepared, bringing out Fabolous.
But other surprises dampened the mood. Inclement weather forced a delay and the cancelation of the event’s entire Festival Stage. Later, a fight broke out, resulting in three arrests, lights being turned on, and another delay. And eventually, the show was cut short due to a curfew, canceling Future’s headlining performance.
A spokesperson for Emmis Communications, Hot 97’s parent company, addressed the issues afterwards (via NJ.com): “We share your disappointment that due to the delayed start because of the severe weather, as well as a curfew and an end deadline for the last train out of Secaucus in consideration of our concertgoers traveling via NJ Transit, that we were unable to get everyone on stage tonight we had hoped would perform.”