Kendrick Lamar rocked the inaugural Panorama Festival in New York on Saturday (July 23). The event took place at Randall’s Park Island from July 22-24.
K.Dot was among the headliners for the Saturday edition of the festival. Rapper/singer Anderson.Paak was also on the bill.
During his set, Lamar performed a plethora of tracks from his celebrated albums good kid, m.A.A.d city, To Pimp a Butterfly and untitled unmastered. Songs like “King Kunta,” “M.A.A.D. City” and “i” had the crowd roaring with delight.
According to The Verge, Lamar also took a moment to address the string of shooting deaths by both civilians and police. The Compton rapper told the crowd that he had one song to would help people get through these dire times. That song, of course, was “Alright,” which the audience joyfully chanted along.
Overall, Lamar delivered a phenomenal set that was both informative and exhilarating. You watch a few clips from his performance below.