Kendrick Lamar performs with National Symphony Orchestra

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The rapper performed songs from his critically acclaimed album To Pimp A Butterfly.

The other night (20th October) Kendrick Lamar performed tracks off of To Pimp Butterfly with the National Symphony Orchestra. Playing a very, very special one-of gig at Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., Lamar played tracks like ‘These Walls,’ ‘Alright,’ and ‘i.’

You can watch footage of his performance of ‘These Walls’ and fan-cam footage of ‘King Kunta’ below, courtesy of Pitchfork Media. Yes, we well and truly want the funk.

‘These Walls’:

‘Kung Kunta’:

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