Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

#EDM Articles

DJ Snake Surprises Coachella With First Ever Performance Of “Taki Taki”

It seems as if every DJ brought out all they could for their performance at Coachella this past weekend. Guest appearances were strong across all genres and added an element of surprise to the weekend. DJ Snake took his set to the next level when he brought out Cardi B, Ozuna and Selena Gomez for the first ever performance of “Taki Taki”. This single went platinum back in 2018, so a live performance was definitely due.

This surprise performance was great for a few reasons. Each guest was brought out one-by-one, with the crowd getting more and more hype as they came out. We started out with Ozuna setting the tone, Cardi B then rocked her verse, and to make it even better, we were surprised with Selena Gomez's first performance since 2018. Coachella goers definitely got a treat with this unexpected show and we couldn't be more jealous.

DJ Snake has a knack for combining EDM with other genres. From rap to downtempo, DJ Snake has done it all. With this killer performance and tons more new music coming, we're excited to see what the rest of 2019 has in store.

Check out a clip of DJ Snake's performance here:

 

View this post on Instagram

 

Taki Taki (Live at Coachella) 🌋 @iamcardib @ozuna @selenagomez 🌋

A post shared by djsnake (@djsnake) on

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

You May Also Like

#EDM Articles

Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival and Stagecoach have officially been postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak. The world-famous event confirmed on social media...

#EDM Articles

Another one bites the dust (or at least gets postponed). It's been confirmed that Coachella will be delaying the upcoming April two-weekend festival until...

EDM Festival

Recently, just a few days after it's lineup release, Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival announced that it will be releasing a new documentary...

Copyright © 2020 EDM Sauce

EDM Sauce participates in various affiliate marketing programs, which means we may get paid commissions on editorially chosen products purchased through our links to retailer sites.