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Good Charlotte Brings Out Lil Wayne For Performance At WWWY

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Good Charlotte‘s electrifying performance at When We Were Young Fest, featuring hits like “The Anthem,” “Girls & Boys,” “I Don’t Wanna Be In Love,” and a surprise appearance by Lil Wayne, has officially set the internet ablaze. The iconic Maryland natives welcomed Lil Wayne to the stage to perform on “Lifestyles Of The Rich & The Famous,” elevating the track to an entirely new plain of greatness. Additionally, Lil Wayne performed his own track “A Milli,” alongside the band.

Starting with Joel Madden‘s distinctive vocals, Lil Wayne seamlessly joined in, infusing the track with a newfound brilliance. These back-to-back performances at When We Were Young Fest marked Good Charlotte‘s triumphant return to the stage. Their last live shows were at the 2019 Atlantic City Vans Warped Tour 25 Years event.

Earlier in the day, Joel Madden also graced the stage with 5 Seconds Of Summer for a collaborative performance of “Amnesia.” Ashton Irwin revealed to idobi Radio that Joel and Benji Madden played a “massive part” in the hit track. Check out a snippet of our interview with Ashton below.

In case you missed this monumental performance from Good Charlotte and Lil Wayne, idobi Radio has got you covered! Check out their collaborative performance of “Lifestyles Of The Rich & The Famous” below!

More on Good Charlotte:

It’s been a while since we heard new music from Good Charlotte. Their last full-length Generation Rx arrived back in 2018, showing off the darker and more intense side of the band. They followed that up in 2020 with a new single, “Last December.” Though released the week before Christmas, it’s far from a typical festive single. An emotionally dense and stark look at the loss of those that we love and how the time of year makes it feel all the more poignant and difficult, it’s a song that many can see their own experiences within. It’s also a reflection of what Good Charlotte has been about for their whole career. Creating music that speaks to the heart and soul as much as gets the mosh pit moving, they have managed to capture the imagination of generation after generation. Here’s hoping that following their appearance at When We Were Young, we will be getting a new era.

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