On June 19, during a concert, Kendrick Lamar made history

On June 19, during a concert, Kendrick Lamar made history
On June 19, during a concert, Kendrick Lamar made history

On June 19, Kendrick Lamar returned to the stage in Los Angeles to perform an anthology show, which some specialist media did not hesitate to describe as ‘the biggest rap concert the world has ever seen’. Hip hop having always accustomed us to superlatives, all that remained was to check the powerful demonstration of the Mc from Compton via the full video of the concert available below.

Under the eyes of Lebron James and other luminaries of the Californian dream, Kendrick first lined up among his greatest hits (including the latest scuds thrown at Drake) with unparalleled know-how and dynamism, surrounding himself for some of his old acolytes ScHoolboy Q, Jay Rock and Ab-Soul with whom he formed the group Black Hippy. Nothing compared to what awaited the audience at the Los Angeles Forum: the appearance of Dr Dre for a cover of Still Dreremained on stage to continue with California Love by 2Pac, then a last half hour during which Kendrick Lamar performed Not Like Us five times in a row, inviting rappers from the West Coast, as well as personalities including basketball players Russell Westbrook and DeMar Derozan. Enough to put the title in your head once and for all before the release of his music video for which KL brought together Crips and Bloods, the two gangs from his Compton neighborhood (video of the filming below).

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