A$AP Rocky Brings Out Master P, Pays Tribute to Trayvon Martin at Coachella

A$AP Rocky returned to Coachella for the second weekend, but this time he brought along some friends. During his late-night set on Saturday, the Harlem MC performed “Goldie,” the first single off his debut Long.Live.A$AP.

“And I’m so ’bout it, ’bout it, I might roll up in a tank,” rapped A$AP before Master P, Romeo, and the No Limit family joined the A$AP Mob onstage to perform their 1998 street anthem “Make Em Say Uhh!”

After surprising the crowd, they took a moment to pay tribute to slain Florida teen Trayvon Martin with “I Miss My Homies.”

“It was murder with the case of Trayvon Martin recently and me and P thought it would be right to dedicate something to him,” said A$AP as P called out the names of some fallen soldiers including Tupac, Whitney Houston, and Pimp C.