Kendrick Lamar's new album DAMN. arrived in all of its glory last week, but no vinyl option was on offer. Anyone watching the video for Kendrick Lamar's "Humble" will quickly discern that the rapper does not only care about the message he passes across, he also knows the goal of his art should exist beyond effacing elements that don't say anything. "Two first names. What the f**k is up with that?" City. K. Dot's performance also featured special appearances by Future, Schoolboy Q and Travis Scott.
He also entertained by playing some of his more well-known hits, such as Bitch, Don't Kill My Vibe and King Kunta. "Goosebumps even watching it on my iPad". Head to Kendrick's website to take a look and pre-order.
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For Gaga, who is standing in at Coachella for a pregnant Beyonce, the pop star performed songs such as "John Wayne", "Born This Way" and "Sexxx Dreams" Saturday before launching into a piano ballad version of "The Edge of Glory". But ask yourself this: Of the album's 14 tracks, which one made you want to knock out a thousand push-ups and then conquer that Saturn moon that has most of the conditions needed to sustain life?
Others added to the general consensus, describing his set as "amazing" and "incredible" in their droves.
Lamar followed in the footsteps of Coachella's previous headliners for the first two days, Radiohead and Lady Gaga.