IAfter the unexpected departure of Ye, the rapper formerly known as Kanye West, there are less than two weeks to Coachella Valley Music and the Arts Festival, the names of several stars and bands ready to join the fray began to emerge.
Lack of 24x Grammy Award-The winning personality leaves a huge gaping hole in the queue for Sunday, April 17th and 24th when all seats at the event are sold out.
Swedish DJ group Swedish House Mafia shows up on Coachella alone but with no set date, so without any major action, this might be the best alternative to cover up Ye’s absence.
Another option is to simply change the order in which some performers are placed so far. Thus, rapper Doja Cat, who is listed after Ye in the Sunday line-up, will be the first candidate to replace him.
However, hip-hop artist Tyler the Creator is also one of the favorites among Coachella attendees and will certainly want to take the stage as he wraps up his national tour on April 8 and arrives with batteries recharged.
Once featured at the Grammys, Silk Sonic will also be a good alternative for the connection he can make with the public through his stage performances.
Now if empathy is what it’s all about, the Red Hot Chili Peppers are in the spotlight as their new album Unlimited Love lives up to their call as a replacement.
Although it looks more complicated, the presence of Korean group BTS would give the festival a breath of fresh air, especially as the media will be very attentive to what could be one of the last presentations of Asian artists before they have to perform. military service in their country, which deprives them of their music for 18 months.
Similarly, Bad Bunny’s name is still on the radar of Coachella organizers, where he received good reviews for his participation two years ago.
Less likely to be noticed are singers Lil Nas X and Frank Ocean, as well as Rage Against the Machine. However, anything can happen.