Rapper performs cuts from recent album 'To Pimp A Butterfly'
Kendrick Lamar performed alongside America’s National Symphony Orchestra at the John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington DC last night (October 20) in a show that featured renditions of tracks taken from his most recent album, ‘To Pimp A Butterfly’.
As reported by Rolling Stone, the set began with the first-ever live performance of ‘For Free?’, and also included ‘King Kunta’, ‘The Blacker The Berry’, ‘These Walls’, ‘i’ and ‘Alright’, among other numbers.
Scroll down to watch clips of the show, via Rap-Up.
‘Alright’ was recently heard being chanted on the streets of DC during the ‘Justice Or Else’ Million Man March, with thousands of protesters joining in on a rendition of chorus line “we gonna be alright“.
The march took place in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the original ‘Million Man March’, and took the theme ‘Justice Or Else’. Nation of Islam leader and organiser Louis Farrakhan echoed the original calls from 1995, asking for social justice reform in America.