Kendrick Lamar is said to be one of the most iconic rappers of all time. The Big Steppers Tour by Kendrick Lamar is currently underway, and the reviews for the performance have been excellent. Following his performance in Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, Kendrick gave an intimate performance.

The show featured performances of some of the Compton rapper’s biggest hits together with visually arresting content. Kendrick apparently has such potent performances that he even moved a security guard to tears. Lamar recently brought his skills to Brooklyn.

The Mr. Morale rapper gave an intimate performance for none other than Jay-Z and Beyoncé following a sold-out performance at the Barclays Center. At the East River’s Dumbo House, an exclusive club for members only, Kendrick met the Carters. He was joined by his manager Dave Free, his cousin Baby Keem, and pgLang signee Tanna Leone.

Lamar once took the stage with a keyboardist and a bassist to do a set. Dave Free posted an Instagram story where Kendrick can be seen performing “The Heart Part 5,” the lead track from his most recent album. In the video, Kendrick expressed gratitude to Jay-Z for allowing him to freely use Hov’s “Izzo (H.O.V.A.)” statement.

I do this for my culture. Hov, good looking out for clearing that muthaf**king line. You ain’t never charged me for no muthaf**king line, dog. I really appreciate that s**t.

These days, Kendrick spends a lot of time with the Carters. He attended Beyoncé’s “Club Renaissance” party on August 5 to celebrate the arrival of her brand-new album, which has generated a lot of buzz in the business. Check out K Dot’s performance in the video down below.

What’s your take on this story? Sound off in the comments!

Gunjan Nath

In search of simplicity and inner peace, Gunjan is basically a guy soldiering through his paranoia. You could say Art, Witty/Dark Humor, Movies, Anime, Post-rock/Black Metal/Hip-Hop/Shoegaze Music, Football, Creative Writing, Photography, Videography are his forte. A Jack of All Trades and a Master of Many.

Disqus Comments Loading...