Posted by , Apr 25, 2016 at 10:14am
Watch Kendrick Lamar & Dr. Dre perform "Backstreet Freestyle," & "Still D.R.E.," and other classics at Anderson .Paak's Coachella set.

Anderson .Paak is taking full advantage of his newfound status as the critical and popular darling of R&B. He was the MVP of SXSW, performing over a dozen shows in four days, and his name appears on just about every festival billing this summer.

After bringing out T.I. during his set at Coachella's first weekend, .Paak kicked things up a notch on the second weekend's final night by bringing out Dr. Dre & Kendrick Lamar. Dre and Lamar had made a cameo at Ice Cube's headlining set the night before. Backed by the Free Nationals, Dre came out wearing a Prince shirt and rocked the crowd with such timeless classics as “The Next Episode,” “California Love” and “Still D.R.E." It marked the first time Dre shared the stage with his new Aftermath protege. Lamar then came out and traded bars with .Paak on "Backstreet Freestyle." A memorable night for all those lucky enough to witness the event in person.

Check out clips from the performance below.

Kendrick Lamar & Dr. Dre Perform At Anderson .Paak's Coachella Set

Watch Kendrick Lamar & Dr. Dre perform "Backstreet Freestyle," & "Still D.R.E.," and other classics at Anderson .Paak's Coachella set.


Anderson .Paak is taking full advantage of his newfound status as the critical and popular darling of R&B. He was the MVP of SXSW, performing over a dozen shows in four days, and his name appears on just about every festival billing this summer.

After bringing out T.I. during his set at Coachella's first weekend, .Paak kicked things up a notch on the second weekend's final night by bringing out Dr. Dre & Kendrick Lamar. Dre and Lamar had made a cameo at Ice Cube's headlining set the night before. Backed by the Free Nationals, Dre came out wearing a Prince shirt and rocked the crowd with such timeless classics as “The Next Episode,” “California Love” and “Still D.R.E." It marked the first time Dre shared the stage with his new Aftermath protege. Lamar then came out and traded bars with .Paak on "Backstreet Freestyle." A memorable night for all those lucky enough to witness the event in person.

Check out clips from the performance below.

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