This show will mark the 10-year anniversary of 'good kid, m.A.A.d city'
On May 13th Kendrick Lamar dropped his highly anticipated fifth studio album, Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers. The album is a blend of pop, funk, soul, rap, R&B that is arguably one of his most thought-provoking albums to date. Themes of mental health, relationship conflict, trauma, can be found on each track offering a glance into Lamar's personal life. Immediately following the albums release, Lamar formally announced the Big Steppers Tour. Luckily, Lamar fans worldwide may have the opportunity to stream his upcoming show in Paris.
Kendrick Lamar’s sold-out October 22 show at the Accor Arena in Paris is set to stream live exclusively through Amazon Music and Prime Video. The event will mark the 10-year anniversary of the release of Lamar’s universally praised LP, good kid, m.A.A.d city. The triple-Platinum RIAA certified studio album earned him seven nominations at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards and received international acclaim from both fans and critics. The livestream will provide fans with a special look at Lamar’s 65-date world tour in support of his latest release, Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers.
Airing live on October 22 at 2pm ET, fans will be able to watch the livestream for free exclusively on Prime Video in more than 240 countries and territories worldwide, the Amazon Music channel on Twitch, and on the Amazon Music app. The stream will also feature sets from pgLang’s Tanna Leone and Grammy Award-winning recording artist, Baby Keem. Lamar’s performance will be available to view on-demand on Prime Video following the livestream event.
Tim Hinshaw, head of R&B and hip-hop for Amazon Music said in a press release “As a kid from the west side of Compton, hearing good kid, m.A.A.d city for the first time and seeing Kendrick’s journey from neighborhood hero to global superstar ignited a fire in me that I’m forever grateful for. It showed me that no matter where you start in life, hard work and dedication will put you where you hope and dream to be."