Posted by , Nov 2, 2014 at 01:00am
Kendrick to play supporting act to Woody Harrelson on November 15th.

Just over a year since he last appeared on Saturday Night Live, Kendrick Lamar has been booked to perform at the show yet again. Chosen as the musical guest for the sketch series' November 15th episode, hosted by "The Hunger Games" star and Academy Award-nominee Woody Harrelson ("True Detective," "Natural Born Killers").

This will be Kendrick's third appearance on Saturday Night Live, following one spot as the lead performer and another surprise appearance to debut his "Radioactive" remix alongside Imagine Dragons. We'll have to wait until the 15th to know what songs he intends to perform, but, if rumors are true, this might be a great opportunity to debut that new "King Kunta" single that HBO's Scott Vener raved about earlier this week, especially if TDE still intends to release his good kid, m.A.A.d city follow-up in 2014.

Check out Kendrick's previous SNL appearances below, including his Lonely Island collaboration "YOLO."

Kendrick Lamar Returning To "Saturday Night Live"

Kendrick to play supporting act to Woody Harrelson on November 15th.


Just over a year since he last appeared on Saturday Night Live, Kendrick Lamar has been booked to perform at the show yet again. Chosen as the musical guest for the sketch series' November 15th episode, hosted by "The Hunger Games" star and Academy Award-nominee Woody Harrelson ("True Detective," "Natural Born Killers").

This will be Kendrick's third appearance on Saturday Night Live, following one spot as the lead performer and another surprise appearance to debut his "Radioactive" remix alongside Imagine Dragons. We'll have to wait until the 15th to know what songs he intends to perform, but, if rumors are true, this might be a great opportunity to debut that new "King Kunta" single that HBO's Scott Vener raved about earlier this week, especially if TDE still intends to release his good kid, m.A.A.d city follow-up in 2014.

Check out Kendrick's previous SNL appearances below, including his Lonely Island collaboration "YOLO."

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