Audience goes wild after Zendaya performs at Coachella

April 25, 2023

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With the week of Coachella starting off there has been amazing performances like Kali Uchis, Peso Pluma, Frank Ocean, Tyler the Creator and so many more. This year many artists that have been on display performed creating this year’s event an expectatular.  

 

Zendaya joined Labrinth on stage to sing two hits from the Euphoria soundtrack, both of which she is featured on. They sang “I’m Tired,” which she co-wrote, and “All for Us.”

 

The audience went wild, and it’s no wonder why, given it was Zendaya’s first live musical performance in over seven years.

 

Given the Euphoria connection, then, it was only natural that Zendaya channeled a bit of the show’s signature style for her performance look.

 

Both Zendaya and Labrinth play a major role in the music of Euphoria, with the latter serving as the HBO show’s composer and producer of its original score.



 The two collaborated on multiple songs from the show, including the Emmy-nominated “Still Don’t Know My Name” as well as the breakout hit “All For Us,” which he sings with Zendaya.

 

Labrinth’s work on the series’ original music has garnered him four Emmy nominations and one win in the outstanding original music and lyrics category for “All for Us.”

 

During the festival’s first weekend, Labrinth brought Billie Eilish on stage to perform “Never Felt So Alone,” This song has been on his top 3 most listened to list in apple music. 

 

Labrinth and  Zendaya make Coachella week 2 so far one of the best week. 

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