Returning to bring music fans and festivalgoers from around the world together, Coachella just wrapped up the end of two hectic weekends in the Colorado Desert. It’s perhaps a given that the likes of Harry Styles, The Weeknd and Billie Eilish would all wow the crowd with their solid performances, but several Asian artists have also been making their mark at the popular Californian music festival this year too – including Hong Kong-born K-pop idol Jackson Wang. The all-Asian artist line-up During the festival, several artists from record label 88rising – which primarily represents Asian-American and Asian performers – performed at Coachella as part of a “Head in the Clouds Forever” showcase. From Indonesian rapper Warren Hue and Thailand’s Milli , to K-pop’s Aespa and the surprise reunion of 2NE1, there was plenty for fans to get excited about. Not only did 88rising’s stars impress with their creative performances, but the record label became the first in Coachella’s history to receive its own dedicated performance slot to showcase its artists. 5 things to know about Park Seo-joon, Marvel’s next Korean star Jackson Wang’s debut Coachella performance In addition to the record label achieving this milestone, Hong Kong-born K-pop singer Jackson Wang also made history as the first Chinese solo artist to take to the stage at Coachella. Performing towards the end of the showcase, Wang immediately got everyone’s attention with his silver hair, a form-fitting blazer and flashy red gloves. During his set, the Chinese rapper sang 100 Ways and new track Blow from upcoming album “Magicman”. He also treated the audience to a preview of the as-yet-unreleased track Cruel . With his spot on dance moves and killer stage presence, Wang appeared to channel all of his 11 years of training and experience into this defining moment in music history. OUR MAGIC MAN! i had goosebumps watching you on Coachella! that was insane 😭 the way i felt so proud when you said "THIS IS JACKSON WANG FROM CHINA" at the Coachella stage 😭👏 you made history 😭👏👏👏👏 pic.twitter.com/bux5VLqDIq — wang ˢⁿᵉᵃᵏʸ (@sneakyseunie) April 17, 2022 The significance of the moment didn’t pass Wang by either, as he took a moment to remind the audience why it mattered that he was there: “This is the moment of history, this is Magic Man, this is Jackson Wang from China”, he said. From his performance trending on social media … It wasn’t long before the internet began raving about his performance. Whether it was on Instagram, Weibo or Twitter, Jackys – the name for Wang’s fan base – took to social media to celebrate their favourite star’s big achievement. The Oscars slap aftermath: what will happen to Will Smith’s career? 👑 #JacksonWangCoachella is now trending #1 Worldwide!! #JacksonWang @JacksonWang852 pic.twitter.com/WL9Ky4z4UG — Jackson Wang Central (@chartsjackson) April 17, 2022 A day after the “Head in the Clouds Forever” showcase, the hashtag for Coachella had been viewed 600 million times on Weibo and “#JacksonWangCoachella” became one of the trending topics worldwide on Twitter, too. … to celebrity friends congratulating his success And it wasn’t just his fans who took to social media to praise the 28-year-old. Friends also used their accounts to celebrate Wang’s Coachella debut. Fellow Chinese K-pop star Lay Zhang, who just left Exo, reposted Wang’s post about his performance and said he was “extremely proud”. The singer then also posted on his Instagram story in a double show of support for Wang’s accomplishments, complimenting him for “showing the strength of Chinese artists on a global stage”. 5 times Blackpink’s Lisa proved she’s Thailand’s unofficial princess He took the time to appreciate all the support he received Following his performance, Wang took the time to post photos of himself and his team behind the scenes at Coachella to his social accounts. He also made a point of penning heartfelt messages to his fans, thanking them all for believing in him. On Instagram Stories, he humbly suggested he couldn’t have done it without his fans and that this performance was just the beginning for him and artists like him, saying things like “Cherish the process” and “We already came this far. We still have a long way to go but it’s a good start.” Want more stories like this? Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .