Pharrell's set truly proved the height of sonic namedropping, with a deluge of hip-hop royalty launching just a few songs in. First Nelly appeared to kick up some superstardust rap on his 2002 hit "Hot in Herre," which Pharrell produced as part of hitmaking duo the Neptunes. Next up was a kinetic Busta Rhymes, who tore up the stage with his performance of another Neptunes joint, "Pass the Courvoisier." That was followed by a rebellious performance of "Lapdance" from Pharrell's group N.E.R.D., enhanced by a suitably bugged-out turn by Odd Future mastermind Tyler, the Creator. But when Snoop Dogg showed up to spit his two smash collaborations with Pharrell, "Beautiful" and "Drop It Like It's Hot," everything truly went to a higher level (see what we did there?) and the crowd was chanting along to every word. But that wasn't even it: He brought out Diplo for a version of Major Lazer's "Aerosol Can," then Gwen Stefani reprised "Hollaback Girl" to a mass sing-along.