Stadium alert! DJ Khaled helped Beyoncé kick off her “Formation World Tour” in Miami on Wednesday (Apr. 27) with a star-studded opening set.
Khaled, who is set to open for Queen Bey throughout the North American run, had some help in his hometown. Thanks to his anthem-making connections, the mogul-producer was able to surprise the crowd with Lil Wayne, Future, Rick Ross, Trick Daddy, 2 Chainz, and Yo Gotti, among others.
While Khaled did a DJ set, featuring Jay Z’s classic bangers “Jigga My Ni**a” and “Public Service Announcement,” the Major Key producer made the most waves with his slew of guests.
“Always know I’m up to something,” he said on Snapchat, while next to Future. “Always know that.” Then, Hendrix graced the stage for “Jumpman” and “Fuck Up Some Commas.”
Elsewhere, Rozay was seen chatting it up with Jay Z before the big show. The two even snapped a photo together. But Renzel was actually there to do more than chop it up with a fellow boss. He also made his way to the stage, joining his longtime friend and collaborator Khaled for a rendition of “Pop That.”
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Weezy, who also appears on “Pop That,” popped up to deliver a different hit for Khaled and the Marlins Park crowd. After running onstage and getting a bear hug from the Snapchat King, Wayne burst into a high-energy performance of “A Milli.”
Trick Daddy also hit the stage with Khaled, but he made heads turn with another move. The “Let’s Go” rapper took a photo with Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, and Mack Maine, something that reminded fans of Birdman’s recent “Breakfast Club” incident, which featured references to Rozay and Trick.
The guests didn’t stop there, though. 2 Chainz was also on hand for the celebration. And after snapping photos with Jay Z, he enjoyed Beyoncé’s performance, posting videos as the show went on.