Kendrick Lamar was the last musical guest on The Colbert Report with a memorable performance of an untitled song that he has no intentions of delivering an official release. Last night he fittingly returned to television with Stephen Colbert once again, this time on his new show "Late Show With Stephen Colbert" for a epic, 6.5 minute performance splicing together songs from his most recent To Pimp a Butterfly album. He starts off “Wesley’s Theory,” and transitions through parts of “Momma” and “u” while spending most of the time on his hit “King Kunta."
His stage presence is at an all time high as he electrifies with his ability to deliver an inciting live rendition of his tracks. in a different manor than they sound on the record. Kendrick further solidifies himself as a generational icon with this live adaptation of his critically acclaimed album as he always keeps us on our toes. Kdot is joined by Thundercat, Anna Wise, Bilal and other members of the production team behind TPAB for a unique performance touching on the highlights off his album. This is the type of performance that will give you chills and will remind you why Kendrick is a cut above the pack, and one of the realest people in the music world. Enjoy!