Even though Kendrick Lamar was one of the most anticipated sets at Sunday's Budweiser Made in America (even Macklemore was at the side of the stage checking out his show), Lamar felt the need to have openers, bringing along ScHoolboy Q, Jay Rock and Ab-Soul to help him out.
The assistance wasn't necessary after Lamar finally took the stage - a whopping 20 minutes after the set's start time. At that point, the crowd was just thrilled to see him. Opening with the first part of "mAAd City," Lamar rounded out his short set with "Backseat Freestyle" and "F*ckin' Problems."
It was a shame though, especially after seeing the socially conscious rap of Public Enemy at the Rocky Stage on Saturday, where Chuck D spoke of funding schools and education, the best message Kendrick Lamar had to offer was "B*tch Don't Kill My Vibe."
mAAd City (1st. part)
B*tch Don't Kill My Vibe
mAAd City (2nd. part)
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