Eminem Brought His Mom's Spaghetti to Coachella

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In the middle of the set, a very special edition of Jimmy Kimmel's "Mean Tweets" let the rapper address his haters, and introduce a retrospective of his greatest hits. Eminem took the stage on Sunday, April 15, as the closing headliner for Coachella 2018 weekend one, and he did not disappoint. The rapper brought out Bebe Rexha for "The Monster" which she wrote but was performed by Rihanna in the end.

Eminem offered fans food as well as music at Coachella - opening a pop-up "Mom's Spaghetti" kiosk at the festival.

He also performed numerous songs from his catalog that got him noticed, including "Real Slim Shady", "Stan", and "Lose Yourself".

The opening portion of the show featured mostly early hits, such as "Till I Collapse" from the 2002 album "The Eminem Show", and "Kill You" from 2000's "The Marshall Mathers LP".

He also had another big surprise lined up as Dr. Dre sent fans into a frenzy, hitting the stage to perform classics Still D.R.E., The Next Episode, Forgot About Dre, and California Love - six years after the former N.W.A. star headlined Coachella 2012 with Snoop Dogg. Before these three, Eminem's regular collaborator Skylar Grey filled in for Dido on "Stan", Beyoncé on "Walk on Water" and Rihanna on "Love The Way You Lie".

The song begins with the question of what you would do if you had one shot, one opportunity.

Meanwhile, Eminem touched on his past personal troubles as he dedicated the song Not Afraid to those battling addiction.

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