Governors Ball 2018: 20 Best Things We Saw

Highlights from New York's biggest summer bash, including Pusha T's surprise set and Yeah Yeah Yeahs' heartrending comeback

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Best Last-Minute Save: Pusha T
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Best Last-Minute Save: Pusha T

Just days before they were slated to play Gov Ball's American Eagle stage, L.A. hip-hop collective Brockhampton dropped out of this year’s fest to privately contend with sexual misconduct allegations against ex-member Ameer Vann. But thanks to some savvy festival organizers, Gov Ball roped in the buzziest possible replacement Saturday afternoon – and, fresh off a highly-publicized beef with Drake, Pusha T delivered one memorable show. Throwbacks from his Clipse days such as "Grindin'" were peppered among cuts from his new solo album, Daytona, which he performed for the first time live this weekend – including "Infrared," his Molotov cocktail of a diss against Drizzy. Chants of "Fuck Drake" resounded across a sea of sunburnt college students (and some ride-or-die fans, too). King Push calmed the ruckus by raising his hands up and walking out 15 minutes early, like a boss. S.E.

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