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Pusha T surprised fans when he joined French band Phoenix on stage at the We Love Green Festival in Paris on June 2. They performed two songs – Phoenix’s 2000 hit “Funky Squaredance” and “All Eyes On Me”, Pusha T’s song from Clipse alongside his brother No Malice. Pusha T’s appearance was not wholly a surprise, as he was scheduled to appear at the festival.

Phoenix, formed in 1995, are a big-ticket item right now. They recently announced that they will be performing at Glastonbury later this month. Furthermore, they will be joining Beck on the “Summer Odyssey” tour of North America. They have had three albums chart on the Billboard 200. Their 2013 album Bankrupt! peaked at #4. Their most recent album, Alpha Zulu, did not chart. Despite this, it peaked at #50 on the Top Album Sales chart. However, few fans were expecting for Pusha T to appear on stage with the band.

Pusha T Undertakes European Tour

Last month, Pusha T announced that he was postponing his European tour for a second time. The musician was supposed to tour the continent last year after the release of his fourth studio album, It’s Almost Dry. It was the first #1 release of his career. However, the tour was postponed due to “production issues”. The tour was postponed again, with Pusha taking to Instagram to explain. “Apologies to my European family, but I have to shift my European tour dates due to production issues. After the overwhelming demand and sellouts it breaks my heart. We can’t deliver the show we envisioned within the original timeframe, and you all deserve the full ‘It’s Almost Dry’ experience.”

Due to this announcement, it was a surprise for Pusha T to appear at a music festival in Paris. The dates for the tour are fairly unclear, so it’s hard to say where and Pusha T is going to be in Europe. However, fans were treated to a vintage performance in Paris. According to his tour website, he is next scheduled to perform at SaSaZu in Prague. After that, he has a stop in Zurich before traveling back to New York for the Governor’s Ball.