Posted by , Mar 25, 2015 at 03:04am
Kendrick Lamar threw a surprise concert on a back of a moving truck Tuesday night.

Kendrick Lamar took his talents to the road Tuesday night (literally) and gave L.A. fans quite the experience.

Taking to twitter earlier in the evening, K.Dot told fans to meet him at two specific locations in Los Angeles that night, 8950 Sunset Blvd. & 8466 Melrose Ave. With no details revealed, K.Dot had a little surprise up his hand and decided to put on a live show on the back of a moving truck. No seriously, K.Dot rolled down Sunset BLVD & Melrose Avenue on the back of a semi truck that had an attached flatbed that acted as his stage. Performing various songs off good kid, m.A.A.d. city and his newly released sophomore album To Pimp A Butterfly, thousands of fans showed up to run behind the moving “stage” and support the Compton rapper.

The live show was thrown on the night where K.Dot found out that his new album, To Pimp A Butterfly, debuted #1 on Billboard charts and moved an estimated 355K units its first week. Not to mention it had 9.8 million streams on Spotify last week, breaking Drake (and then his) record. If you wish to add to these numbers, you can cop the album here if you haven't done so yet.

Check out the various clips from K.Dot’s live road show below.

 

Oh 👋 @kendricklamar

A video posted by Emile Haynie (@emilehaynie) on

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Kendrick Lamar Throws a Surprise Concert On A Moving Truck In Hollywood

Kendrick Lamar threw a surprise concert on a back of a moving truck Tuesday night.


Kendrick Lamar took his talents to the road Tuesday night (literally) and gave L.A. fans quite the experience.

Taking to twitter earlier in the evening, K.Dot told fans to meet him at two specific locations in Los Angeles that night, 8950 Sunset Blvd. & 8466 Melrose Ave. With no details revealed, K.Dot had a little surprise up his hand and decided to put on a live show on the back of a moving truck. No seriously, K.Dot rolled down Sunset BLVD & Melrose Avenue on the back of a semi truck that had an attached flatbed that acted as his stage. Performing various songs off good kid, m.A.A.d. city and his newly released sophomore album To Pimp A Butterfly, thousands of fans showed up to run behind the moving “stage” and support the Compton rapper.

The live show was thrown on the night where K.Dot found out that his new album, To Pimp A Butterfly, debuted #1 on Billboard charts and moved an estimated 355K units its first week. Not to mention it had 9.8 million streams on Spotify last week, breaking Drake (and then his) record. If you wish to add to these numbers, you can cop the album here if you haven't done so yet.

Check out the various clips from K.Dot’s live road show below.

 

Oh 👋 @kendricklamar

A video posted by Emile Haynie (@emilehaynie) on

[Via]

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