Watch: Earl Sweatshirt Jumps On Stage With Santigold At Coachella 2012

Written by Brayden Darke on April 17, 2012

Earl Sweatshirt has made a brief appearance with Taco during Santigold’s set at Coachella 2012, being called up on stage to dance amongst other lucky people, who were picked randomly out of the crowd.

“Ok where’s my dancers at? Who’s coming up on stage right now…”, walking around spotting lucky candidates. “Earl.. Taco, c’mon”, waving them up on stage, before kicking into her 2007 debut album single Creator.

Earl and Santi have recently collaborated on a song together – tweeting to each other about it, as well as this comment she gave to Pitchfork: “It sounds like a fun collab! If it turns out dope, you’ll hear it!”.

Watch: Santigold Live at Coachella 2012

Earl pops up around 12:47.

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