Kendrick Lamar is going on tour, and he’s bringing a lot of new music with him. To mark the tenth anniversary of his debut album good kid, m.A.A.d city, he’s putting on a few shows throughout the world. The tour’s dates are set to kick off in Los Angeles on February 16, and will continue through the summer. The upcoming tour will feature some of the biggest names in hip hop, including Baby Keem and Tanna Leone.
Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers
The tour will see Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers in several cities, including Paris, Zurich, and London. Fans will also hear several songs from his new album, Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers, which came out in May. Compared to his previous albums, this one is more eclectic. While his music is primarily rap, it features elements of jazz, soul, and spoken word. The album will also feature appearances from Sounwave, DJ Dahi, Bekon, and DJ Dahi.
The set list consisted of both new songs and old hits. The new songs were well-integrated into the show, and they were also well-received by the crowd. The show’s biggest hits included DAMN.’s Rihanna-assisted “LOYALTY,” “Father Time,” and “HUMBLE.”
The stage show was high-energy throughout, highlighting Kendrick Lamar’s signature style. A ventriloquist dummy and piano helped set the mood. The set was punctuated by moments of somber reflection, such as a quiet rendition of “Crown.”
Kendrick Lamar’s upcoming tour
TicketCity is offering a $15 discount for orders over $400 for Kendrick Lamar’s upcoming European tour. The tour will kick off in Amsterdam on October 7 and will visit cities throughout Europe, including the UK and Ireland. The tour will wrap up with a stop in Australia in December.
The tour will feature songs from Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers, the band led by Kendrick Lamar. The album is made up of two volumes, each containing nine tracks. The band has played five new songs from the album in recent concerts. The album features tracks from ‘Damn’, which earned Lamar a Pulitzer Prize. The album also features collaborations with Portishead’s Beth Gibbons on the track ‘Mother I Sober.’ Other tracks on the tour will include Tanna Leone’s Sleepy Soldier.
Tickets for the tour will be on sale May 19 at 10:00 AM PT. General admission tickets for the concert will start at $50. 3-Day GA passes are also available for $349. The Ticketmaster site has information on ticket pricing.
Following the release of his latest album, ‘The Big Steppers,’ Kendrick Lamar will embark on a North American tour. The rapper will be joined on the road by Baby Keem, who is his cousin. Tanna Leone will also be performing on select dates. The dates for the ‘The Big Steppers Tour’ were announced a month before the album’s release date.
Baby Keem made her London debut with a setlist of 15 songs, including “Pink Panties,” “Orange Soda,” and “Issues.” Last weekend, she headlined Glastonbury with Kendrick Lamar. During their show, the two rappers rapped along to “Family Ties,” “Vent,” and a previously unreleased song.
Before Baby Keem hits the stage, she made a series of hilarious trolling videos on her TikTok account. The two rappers joked about each other and teased each other backstage. They were also spotted listening to Chief Keef’s “Faneto” in the crowd.
This summer, Kendrick Lamar is taking his Big Steppers tour on the road, with special guests Baby Keem and Tanna Leone. The tour kicks off in Oklahoma City in July, and will include dates in the U.S. and Canada. You can also catch him on the West Coast as part of his “Dirty Money Tour.”
Kendrick Lamar’s latest album is a worldwide sensation, and this tour celebrates the release of this album. The tour will make stops in Amsterdam, London, Paris, and Frankfurt, as well as several European cities. Tickets for each city will be available at the venue, and the Museum will distribute a free poster to attendees.
The performance featured two tracks off “Mr. Morale”: “Father Time” and “M.A.A.D. City.” The latter is a diary-like song about Kendrick’s relationship with his father. Kendrick closes the first half of his show with “m.A.A.D. City,” which features the song “Backseat Freestyle.”