Everything You Need to Know About What Went Down at Made in America

Day 1 of Made in America was filled with highlights.

From Meek Mill bringing out Nicki Minaj to Vic Mensa singing Nirvana to Beyoncé quoting Ronda Rousey, here all of the highlights you need to know from Day 1 of Made in America.

  • 1 Meek Mill Brought Out Nicki Minaj
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    Rap couple of the year shared the stage playing their latest “All Eyes On You”

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  • 3 Nick Jonas Covered Outkast’s “Roses” and The Weeknd’s “I Can’t Feel My Face”
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    The crowd loved “Chains” and “Levels,” but it was when Nick Jonas went for the high notes on covers of “Roses”, “I Can’t Feel My Face,” and Bell Biv DeVoe’s “Poison” did the crowd really start going nuts.

  • 4 Vic Mensa Lead a Sing-a-long to Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit”
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    The “U Mad” rapper veered away from his setlist to provoke a sing-a-long to Nirvana’s classic “Smells Like Teen Spirit”

  • 5 Earl Sweatshirt Delivered Fresh New Tracks
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    Earl put on an electrifying show playing hits from his recent I Don’t Like Sh*t, I Don’t Go Outside as well as three new songs called “I Be Outside,” “Mirror” and “Hell.”

  • 6 Modest Mouse Played Their Classic Hit “Float On”
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    Even after 11 years Modest Mouse “Float On” still rallies the crowd and did so effortlessly last night.

  • 7 Beyoncé Quoted UFC Champ Ronda Rousey’s “Do Nothing Bitch” Speech
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    During a transition to her performance of “Diva,” she quoted UFC champ Ronda Rousey’s “Do nothing bitch” speech. “DNB” means a chick that just tries to be pretty and be taken care of by somebody else,” a phrase Rousey coined on “UFC 190 Embedded” to dismiss all her of her critics. Girl Power!

  • 8 The Weeknd Performed New Music From Beauty Behind the Madness
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    Including “Prisoner,” his song with Lana Del Rey.