Kendrick Lamar could've easily made his SNL performance all about him (and had every right to), but while it seemed natural that the Compton rapper would perform a new solo cut following his energetic "i" performance, he decided to put on for his team instead.
Kendrick Lamar was the musical guest on tonight's episode of Saturday Night Live, and he made sure to make his performance a memorable one.
On Saturday, Kendrick Lamar will return to "Saturday Night Live" to give his second performance on the program. The episode will be hosted by Woody Harrelson, and today a few brief promos have dropped. Watch them above.
This past week, Katt Williams and Suge Knight were arrested on charges of robbery, both accused of stealing a female paparazzo's camera. Naturally, the folks at Saturday Night Live decided they had to parody the story.
Saturday Night Live has a music-related segment hosted by Vanessa Bayer (or, as she goes by in the segment, 'Janessa Slater') called "Sound Advice" where she interviews various artists and generally annoys them by offering not-so-sound advice.
Last night's SNL finale had a wealth of hip-hop-related content, with the Solange and Jay Z incident being parodied, and Pharrell turning up in a digital short from host Andy Samberg's group The Lonely Island.
Lady GaGa and R. Kelly just performed "Do What U Want" on Saturday Night Live. Get a load of Lady GaGa & R. Kelly Perform "Do What U Want" On SNL, a new visual from Lady GaGa that saw the light of day on Sunday, November 17th, 2013.
Janelle Monáe's performance of "Dance Apocalyptic" on last night's episode of Saturday Night Live.Experience Janelle Monáe Performs "Dance Apocalyptic" On SNL, a new offering from Janelle Monáe, which was released on Sunday, October 27th, 2013.
Janelle Monáe's performance of "Electric Lady" on last night's episode of Saturday Night Live.Get a load of Janelle Monáe Performs "Electric Lady" Live On SNL, a new visual from Janelle Monáe that saw the light of day on Sunday, October 27th, 2013.