A number of high profile artists focused their Coachella 2019 performances to the late rappers Nipsey Hussle and Mac Miller, who died last year.
But one particular musician, Donald Glover, along with Childish Gambino, gave a speech at the music festival, especially about living in – and respect – the moment.
"I lost my dad this year. We lost Nipsey. We lost a Mac," See a glover saying in a video from Saturday night performance.
"What I'm doing – it's all memories at the end of the day. That's all we have."
Glover was compared to his knee – millennials – with details, adding memories to our children, our friends and our family. But there is a question that there is so much detail, he said.
"We have so many details, that is, we know what will happen," he said. "We are too afraid to plant a tree that we know we won't be eating out of."
Glover's honest moment continued and he asked people to reflect on the growing world.
"There are a hundred thousand of you in the future now," he said, speaking to his fans. "There is a good chance that some of the people – at least one person – will not see next week. So what I am saying is: Who are you here, and here, I feel something and put on. "
Some artists identified other influences of rappers who fell.
Singer Anderson Paak he shouted to Miller before he started his series, saying, "My brother has one hand in the air. I miss him."
Miller died last year from "a mixture of fentanyl, cocaine, and ethanol," according to the authorities.
Paak also valued Hussle – who died after a shot in Los Angeles in front of his clothing store – as well as Kid Cudi, who dedicated his song "Pursuit of Happiness" to Miller and Hussle.
"This song is all of you," Glover said at the end of his speech.
"This song is for everything we have lost and everything we have to achieve in the future, 'is the cause of the future now, and you are the future," he said.