Lizzo Performs 'Juice' A Capella After Coachella Messes Up Her Sound Again

Lizzo knows how to improvise.

INDIO, CALIFORNIA - APRIL 21: Lizzo performs onstage at the 2019 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival on April 21, 2019 in Indio, California. (Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for Coachella)

Over the weekend, the "Tempo" singer endured another round of sound issues during her set at Coachella. The singer-rapper also had sound issues during weekend one of Coachella.

“It’s my first time playing Coachella, so ain’t nothing gonna f**k my time up, b***h," she told the crowd, last weekend.

Yesterday (Apr. 21), during her performance of "Juice" at the Mojave Tent Lizzo's sound went haywire, but she commanded the crowd's attention with her flute and then continued her performance a capella.

Variety on Twitter

Watch Lizzo command the crowd with a flute after ANOTHER #Coachella screw up at her show, "If they ain't gonna get the music right, I'm gonna get the music right... That's why I got my music major." Full story here:

Lizzo and her DJ both called for the music to be stopped.  “If they ain’t gonna get the music right, I’m gonna get the music right,” Lizzo said “That’s why I got my music major.”

On Friday (Apr. 19), Lizzo released her third studio album, Cuz I Love You, and she's currently trekking the nation for her sold-out tour to promote it. She tweeted that her tour "sold out so damn quick" that she had to add more dates. Today (Apr. 22), Lizzo released the dates on Twitter for her second tour, Cuz I Love You too. Check out the dates in her tweet below.

|L I Z Z O| on Twitter

The 1st tour sold out so damn quick we had to do it again!!! Allow me to introduce the *DRUMROLL PLEASE* ????.................. Cuz I Love You Too Tour❤️ are we coming to ur city tho?! ???? Fan presale starts 4/23!!!! SIGN UP FOR MY EMAIL LIST AT

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