Rapper brings 'Wesley's Theory', 'Momma', 'King Kunta', and 'u' to US TV performance
Kendrick Lamar appeared on US TV last night (September 9), performing a medley of hits from his ‘To Pimp A Butterfly’ album.
Lamar was a guest on the second episode of Stephen Colbert’s Late Show last night (September 9). He played a short set featuring highlights from album tracks ‘Wesley’s Theory’, ‘Momma’, ‘King Kunta’, and ‘u’.
The rapper and comedian have a shared history with Lamar being the final artist to perform on The Colbert Report, the TV presenter’s former Comedy Central show.
Watch the full performance below:
Meanwhile, The Dead Weather will make their first live appearance in five years later this month with a performance on Late Show.
The band, which consists of The Kills‘ Alison Mosshart, Jack White, Dean Fertita and Jack Lawrence confirmed last month that they would be making their long-awaited return and would release new album ‘Dodge & Burn’ on September 25.