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Watch Anderson .Paak perform two songs, including “Tints” with Kendrick Lamar, on last night’s episode of ‘Saturday Night Live’.
Kendrick Lamar joined Travis Scott for “Goosebumps” last night at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
Anderson .Paak and Kendrick Lamar teamed up for the new single “Tints.”
Many genres are represented in the first wave artist lineup for the inaugural Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival.
Guests for the second week of Stephen Colbert’s time as host of The Late Show have been revealed.
The massive Sasquatch! Music Festival lineup has been revealed.
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Kendrick Lamar at Autódromo de Interlagos
- Kung-Fu Kenny Part I
- King Kunta
- Big Shot
- Collard Greens
- Swimming Pools (Drank)
- Backseat Freestyle
- Money Trees
- Kung-Fu Kenny Part II
- m.A.A.d city
- Bitch, Don't Kill My Vibe
- Kung-Fu Kenny Part III
- All the Stars
About Kendrick Lamar
Compton, Californiaâ€™s Kendrick Lamar initially rapped as K. Dot and released a series of mixtapes under that name. Youngest Head Nigga in Charge (2003), Training Day (2005), and C4 (2009) preceded his decision to go by his birth name. Overly Dedicated, released in 2010, was the first Kendrick Lamar mixtape and fared well enough to enter Billboardâ€™s R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart that October. Lamarâ€™s first official album was released the following year; Section.80, issued on Top Dawg Entertainment, entered the Billboard 200 at number 113. From 2009 through 2011, he appeared on tracks by Big Pooh, Jay Rock, Tech N9ne, and Game.
Listen to North Mississippi Allstars’ cover of The Staples Singers’ “What You Gonna Do?” featuring Mavis Staples from their upcoming album ‘Up And Rolling.’
Guitarist Anders Osborne tacked on a handful of dates to his 2019 Tour and will play three Bob Dylan tribute concerts with Joan Osborne & Jackie Greene.
Check out the setlist, a recap and The Skinny for Phish’s opening night of their Summer Tour 2019 two-show run in Bangor, Maine.
The late Jeff Austin has been honored with tributes and remembrances from across the music world.
The Rolling Stones played seven songs at their second of two concerts at Soldier Field in Chicago that didn’t make the setlist on night one, including the long-lost “Monkey Man.”