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Last month, Metro Boomin joined conductor Anthony Palmer and a full, 43-piece orchestra for the second edition of Red Bull Symphonic. The performance, announced in September, took place October 26 in front of a packed Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. Now, you can watch the entire 90-minute set, including orchestral renditions of some of Metro’s biggest hits, on the super-producer’s YouTube channel.

The show’s setlist is expansive at 30 tracks long, pulling from a massive catalog of collaborations with Future, Drake, The Weeknd, Travis Scott, 21 Savage, Migos, and more. The crowd, initially subdued in the concert hall setting, got livelier as the performance went on. Seemingly encouraged, Metro at one point shouted, “We not stopping til they kick us out this bitch” — an unlikely scenario for a full orchestra.

In the back half of his set, Metro brought out several guest vocalists: Roisee joined to reprise “Am I Dreaming” from the Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse soundtrack cut “Am I Dreaming,” and Swae Lee and Nav came out to perform “Calling,” another song from the film. John Legend arrived at the very end of the show for a gospel cover of Kanye West’s “Father Stretch My Hands, Pt. 1,” followed by his own Metro collaboration, “On Time.”

Watch the full performance above.