Future Hendrix was on the main stage, but he brought nothing to the table. The stage was just too big for him. Read the FULL review…
For the first half, the crowd looked like they couldn’t wait for Future to leave the stage. His performance was muffled and he sounded like crap. We’re not sure if he noticed what we were all experiencing, but he made a smart move bringing out Migos.
Migos came and sang “Bad and Boujee” and the crowd went wild. It was like the Atlanta rap trio breathed life into the crowd.
After Migos killed it, Future came back and finally started performing some of his hits like Draco,” “F*ck Up Some Commas,” Low Life,” “Comin Out Strong,” and more. Then, just when it started to go left again, Future brought out Drake, who completely took over.
Future Hendrix’s performance was completely overshadowed by Drizzy Drake. Drake sang “Jumpman,” and “Where Ya At [Explicit].” We almost felt sorry for Future Hendrix because the only reason his performance ended up being good was due to three things. Drake, Migos and the visuals.
We know Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn aka Future Hendrix, who got his start as one of the Dungeon Family collective, has been out since his debut solo album Pluto in 2012. Before that he released a series of mixtapes between 2010-2011, but the Coachella main stage was just over powering him. When Migos and Drake to the stage they dominated it. Future needs to work on his performer aspect, especially when he is one of the night’s main artists. He was a bit lackluster. His consistency to keep your attention was clutter with miss-mosh of songs he was the hook on. At that level, you don’t include those songs unless the artist who sings it is on the stage with you.
Checkout Drake killing it!
Future will be back next week for round two of Coachella, hopefully he does better.