Kendrick Lamar Kicks Off "SNL" Season 48 With a Showstopping Three-Song Set


Kendrick Lamar is not any stranger to Studio 8H. The “Alright” singer beforehand served because the “Saturday Night Live” musical visitor in 2013 and 2014, and he joined Anderson .Paak for a efficiency of “Tints” in 2018. Given how sturdy his earlier “SNL” performances have been, Lamar was the proper artist to kick off season 48.

The Pulitzer Prize-winning rapper performed a three-song set that includes “Father Time,” “Rich Spirit,” and “N95” — all of that are featured on his “Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers” album. Lamar’s performances have been largely stripped down, showcasing his voice greater than the rest. He carried out all three songs in a white field set on the stage, which allowed for some attention-grabbing shadow artwork.

For his ultimate tune of the night, “Father Time,” Lamar introduced out Sampha, who accompanies him on the studio album, as his particular musical visitor to affix him for a poignant efficiency which made glorious use of the box-like set area. In the tune, he sings about having a sophisticated relationship together with his father, which makes the area’s transformation right into a small house hit even more durable.

This 12 months has been a busy one for Lamar, and his “SNL” efficiency is the proper technique to rejoice the success of “Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers.” The artist just lately accomplished the North American leg of his “The Big Steppers Tour,” and he is set to kick off the European leg on Oct. 7 in Amsterdam. Check out Lamar’s “SNL” performances under:

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