Vice celebrated its 20th anniversary on Friday night with a mini music festival in Brooklyn. The "mini Coachella," as the company's global general manager Hosi Simon described it to the New York Times, featured performances from Lil Wayne, Andrew W.K., Nicki Minaj, the Black Lips, members of Pussy Riot and more. One surprise guest included Scarlett Johansson, who showed up in a motorcycle jacket and gave a performance of New Order’s “Bizarre Love Triangle."
Another celebrity guest included Jonah Hill, who covered Drake's "Marvin's Room." "Her" director Spike Jonze accompanied the actor on the guitar.
Hill also had a little intro about Drake and emojis because why not?