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Watch Kanye West Perform A Classic Rock Track At Glastonbury

Yeezy did 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Saturday night.

From Pink to the Muppets, tons of artists (and bar-goers) have covered "Bohemian Rhapsody" in the 40 years since Queen first released the song. On Saturday night, Kanye West joined the party.

While performing at Glastonbury in the U.K., 'Ye broke into the classic rock anthem, letting the crowd lead the way during the intro before breaking into the first verse himself: "Mama, I just killed a man/ Put my gun up to his head/ Pulled a trigger, now he's dead," he belted.

Eventually, that turned into "Can't Tell Me Nothing," as Yeezy's set neared its close.

And that wasn't the only memorable moment during his lengthy performance. In addition to treating fans to hits from "Stronger" to "All Day," Kanye stood side-by-side with a stage crasher at one point.

It turned out it was comedian Lee Nelson, who, according to a tweet, rushed the stage in response to a petition online that was aiming to have Kanye replaced by a rock band.

'Ye might not be a rock band, but he's definitely a rock star. And performed a rock song -- so that's something, right?