Kendrick Lamar performs with Johnny Marr on US TV - watch

Alicia Keys and Hans Zimmer also join the rapper on Fallon

Kendrick Lamar performed with Johnny Marr, Alicia Keys and Hans Zimmer on US TV last night (April 25), Consequence Of Sound reports.

Appearing on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, the rapper performed his Pharrell Williams-produced song 'It's On Again', which features on the Amazing Spider-Man 2 soundtrack. You can watch the performance at the top of the page.

Former The Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr has composed the score for the movie with German composer Zimmer. The film is available to watch in cinemas now. The soundtrack also features music from The Neighbourhood and Phospherescent.

Speaking about the track, Williams said: "Hans has created an iconic score theme and it was exciting to collaborate with him again on this song. When I was making the song, I knew Alicia and Kendrick had to be on it. They take the song to a whole new level." Keys added: "I'm very excited to be a part of such a powerful collaboration with Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell Williams and Hans Zimmer."


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