The rapper has also appeared in a trailer for ABC sitcom 'Black-Ish'
Kendrick Lamar has performed a thirteen-track set as part of Austin City Limits, featuring tracks from 2015’s ‘To Pimp a Butterfly’, as well as his 2012 album ‘Good Kid, m.A.A.d City’.
Austin City Limits is an annual American television event recorded in the Texan city, and has been going since the 1970s. The 2015 edition also featured Foo Fighters, The Strokes, Drake, Disclosure, Alt-J and Florence and the Machine.
The full Austin City Limits performance was premiered early this morning UK time (January 10), and sees Lamar in particularly lively form.
Watch the video via PBS, below:
Meanwhile, Lamar has also guested on a trailer for the comedy ‘Black-ish’, which is currently in its second season, and known to be beloved of President Obama.
Watch the trailer via YouTube, below:
The rapper, whose album ‘To Pimp A Butterfly’ was voted Number Two in NME’s Albums Of The Year poll for 2015, is up for Album of the Year and Song of the Year (for ‘Alright’) at the Grammy Awards.
His other nominations include best rap album, rap performance, pop duo/group performance for ‘Bad Blood’ with Taylor Swift and dance recording for ‘Never Catch Me’ with Flying Lotus. He’s nominated twice for both best rap song with ‘Alright’ and for co-writing Kanye West’s ‘All Day’, as well as best music video, giving him 11 nominations in total.