Murda Beatz's Coachella debut did not disappoint. 

During his Saturday set for Weekend 2, the Canadian hitmaker surprised fans by bringing out special guest DMX. The legendary rapper hit the stage to perform his 1998 record "Ruff Ryder's Anthem." Murda Beatz teased the appearance throughout the week on social media, simply telling fans he had something "big" in store.

Check out a clip of DMX's performance below. The 48-year-old rapper is expected to return to Coachella tomorrow for Kanye West's Sunday Service. According to Hollywood Unlocked, Lauryn Hill will also attend 'Ye's special event.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

@MurdaBeatz bringing out DMX at Coachella right about NOW! #Coachella 🔥

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For his Weekend 1 performance, Murda Beatz invited ASAP Ferg and Rich the Kid to join him on stage. The producer told Variety that the decision to bring the rappers out was somewhat last-minute.

"It’s kind of a spur of the moment thing. ASAP Ferg, he’s the fucking festival God, I was just like 'Yo I’m at Coachella, I need to bring out ASAP Ferg!'" he recalled. "Me and him have a relationship already, we’ve never made any music together but been in the studio a bunch of times. I hit him up and he was down. Shout out Rich the Kid, that’s my dog. Been my brother for seven years. I met him with the Migos a long time ago."