Brown will headline a three-day festival in California on Sunday that marks the 10th anniversary of the Grammy-winning hip-hop artist’s hit single “I Feel It Coming.”
The singer, who is still considered one of hip-hopping’s most innovative artists, will perform alongside a lineup of artists including the likes of Future, Migos and Lil Yachty.
Brown will join forces with Jay Z, Beyoncé and Future to headline the Black Lips music festival, which will run through April 22 at Coaches Park.
The festival, held at the famed LA Memorial Coliseum, was the first to feature a full lineup of acts, including Jay Z. Brown is scheduled to perform on the main stage at the festival.
“It’s my birthday,” Brown said in a statement.
“I’m excited to bring this special festival to my hometown of L.A. and the fans of my music.
I look forward to playing my music at this year’s Black Lipped.
I’m looking forward to bringing this party back to LA and seeing my hometown once again.”
Brown has been on a tear since the release of his hit “The Blackest Day,” which charted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart for the first time.
In March, Brown took home the title of Billboard Music Awards’ Most Promising Artist.
“Black Lipped” became Brown’s fifth No. 2 hit.
He and his wife, Kylie Jenner, launched their own music business in 2018 with their “Black & Co.” label.
The couple also released a video for their hit single.
“The truth is, we’re both pretty happy with where we are and where we want to be in life,” Brown told The Associated Press in February.
“We just want to make sure that our vision for Black Lipps music is that it’s really a celebration of what it means to be black.
We’re very proud of that.”
Brown and his husband are expected to attend the festival, along with fellow artists including Future, Lil Wayne and Wiz Khalifa.
The Coachellas will also mark the 10-year anniversary of hip hop’s most-watched show.
Last year, Rihanna won the Grammy Award for best R&B/hip-hop performance for her “Sorry” video.
She also won the award for best rap/sung collaboration for “Blame Game.”
The Grammy nominations will air on NBC on March 20 at 7 p.m. ET.