Rapper Tinie Tempah played tracks from his album 'Disc-overy' at Hop Farm 2011 in Kent as he opened for Prince on the festival's final night.
But he only managed to convert half of the rock and folk fans to hip-hop, with many in the crowd confused at organiser Vince Power‘s choice of penultimate main stage performers.
In a baffling moment, he started performing ‘Written In The Stars’ before pausing and launching in to ‘Miami 2 Ibiza’, a hit he scored with Swedish House Mafia.
The star performed his first two songs on a raised podium beside his drummer before taking centre stage during ‘Frisky’.
He also treated fans to new acoustic song ‘Love And Suicide’ before leaving the stage and returning for ‘Pass Out’ as an encore.
Prince is set to bring the festival to a close with his first ever UK festival appearance.
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