Tyler The Creator, Roddy Ricch, YG & More Pop Out During Mustard's Set

Mustard & YG

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Mustard and DJ Hed got the party started in L.A. with massive sets full of surprises from their famous friends.

On Wednesday night, June 19, the Grammy award-winning producer and the seasoned DJ opened up "The Pop Out - Ken & Friends" at The Kia Forum in Inglewood. Mustard made his grand entrance by playing some fan favorites that he produced by Tyga's "Rack City" and Big Sean's "IDFWU." He also brought out 310Babii to perform "Soak City," and Blxst, who pulled up with Ty Dolla $ign to deliver "Chosen." Ty also stuck around to perform his and Mustard's smash hit "Paranoid."

Mustard kept the function going by bringing out Dom Kennedy. Dom came through and performed "My Type of Party" and "When I Come Around" as the crowd rapped every word with him. He really shocked the crowd when he invited Steve Lacy on stage to perform songs from Gemini Rights like "Bad Habits." The Forum erupted with roars of cheers when Tyler, The Creator popped out. Tyler performed his hits "WUSYANAME" and "Earfquake."

Later in his set, Mustard paid homage to the late Nipsey Hussle. The stage was illuminated with a sign that said "RIP NIP" as he played "Perfect Ten" and "Last Time That I Checc'd." The tribute continued when Roddy Ricch came out and performed "Racks In The Middle." Roddy couldn't leave without giving the people a live rendition of "Die Young," his breakthrough hit "The Box" and "Ballin'." Mustard wrapped up his set by bringing out YG, who belted out a few hits from "Who Do You Love" to "Toot It & Boot It."

Hed kicked off the night with an action-packed performance from the city's most popular rising MC's like Ray Vaughn, who busted out his latest single "Problems," Westside Boogie with a powerful rendition of "Silent Ride," and Jason Martin, who brought the vibes from his Chupacabra album to the main stage.

Other artists like OhGeesy, Zoe Osama, Kalan.Frfr, G Perico, Rucci, Azchike, Bino Rideaux, RJMrLA, Jay Worthy and Cuzzos also pulled up to perform. Hed's set closed out with a surprise appearance from Tommy the Clown and his team of dancers.

Check out more moments from Mustard and DJ Hed's sets below.

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