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Kendrick Lamar Addresses Clip Of Security Guard Crying During His Performance

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Kendrick Lamar’s spent over a decade providing the world with music that reaches beyond surface-level enjoyment. Recently, a video surfaced of a security guard at Kendrick’s recent concert in Houston crying during his performance of the Zacari-assisted song “LOVE.

In a chat with the young upcoming interviewer on Jazzy’s World TV this past Sunday (July 24), the Compton superstar gave his reaction to the viral clip. “It’s really just about the feeling of it at the end of the day. Past all the politics, past all the numbers. It’s what music makes you feel, how it makes you feel,” Lamar stated before adding, “And shout-out to him by the way because I seen him, bro. I was like, man, I wonder what he going through?” Take a look at this fun interview clip below:

 

More About Kendrick Lamar’s Hit Record

“LOVE.” is one of the standouts from Lamar’s classic 14-track album “DAMN” from 2017. As a Kendrick fan myself, it’s not surprising to see this song (or any of his work) touch someone this emotionally. The song features the talented Zacari, a singer from Kendrick’s previous label Top Dawg Entertainment. It’s not only one of the biggest songs from “DAMN” but also one of the biggest in his entire discography. It’s an incredible track that features a thoughtful performance from Kendrick & a smooth chorus from Zacari.

His Rolling Loud Performance On Sunday

Kendrick Lamar headlined Rolling Loud Miami this past Sunday and did this interview with Jazzy’s World TV at the event. Additionally, he also brought out Kodak Black to perform their recent collaboration “Silent Hill.” It’s currently one of the biggest songs from Lamar’s most recent album & is easily a fan favorite. Was this one of the best moments from Rolling Loud Miami this year? Read more of FM Hip-Hop’s featured articles today.

 

Written by: Oryah Brown | Instagram: @oryah.wav

I've been writing Hip-Hop content on my own for almost 2 years now. Music has always been my passion, and I have experience in most areas that utilize the art form: production, writing, curating, engineering, etc.

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