Allhiphop.com is reporting, In celebration of his Interscope/Aftermath Records debut release, good Kid m.A.A.d. city, Compton bred rapper Kendrick Lamar hosted a free concert for fans after the L.A. Lakers game Sunday against the Sacramento Kings.
Fans were treated to songs from the new project and hits from previous works, as the rapper performed the impromptu performance atop a bus outside the Staples Center.
“FREE SHOW. downtown LA x Staples Center #GKMC @ 12th and Figueroa http://instagr.am/p/REfIMMFeeH/,” Kendrick Tweeted.
Crowds came out in droves for the performance as the LAPD brought out helicopters and extra police to quel the excitement and riotous raucous that reportedly closed the streets of downtown Los Angeles..
“An oh………..We just caused a RIOT, we just caused a RIOT!,” Kendrick Tweeted from his account @kendricklamar
As the ghetto bird floats. 2chainz play in back of my head. They shut Downtown LA down. Due to the chaos of our celebration…….” Kendrick Lamar said.
“Thief in the night… #GKMC @ STAPLES Center” http://instagr.am/p/REqMPnleTZ/,” he added.
Fellow TDE rappers showed their support for Kendrick as well as Schoolboy Q Tweeted, “Seattle lets turn up cuHz PUFFY faded….. Me ROCKY DANNY CELEBRATING FOR @kendricklamar #TDE”
“La went Brazy for the kid @kendricklamar tonight got daaaaammmmmmnnnnn #HiiiPoWeR shit,” Jay-Rock Tweeted.
Taylor Gang rapper Juicy J also showed his support Tweeting an image of him downloading the project, but he was downloading the Kendrick’s Section.80 project. Later he would tweet an image of the more recent project
“Downloadin this @kendricklamar album mane finna turn up” Juicy J Tweeted from @therealjuicyj
Meek Mill also showed his support for Kendrick’s project as the two have worked together in the past. Fans will remember the two have a song together called “A1 Everything” from Meek Mill’s Dream Chasers mixtape.
“S/o 2 @kendricklamar his debut drops today go get that..Love that cover cause I use 2 sip 40′s in a kitchen full of gangsters too at dat age,” MMG’s Meek Mill said.
“Congratulations to Kendrick. Incredible body of work. Honored to be a part of it,” said Drake.
So with all that being said, are you gonna buy his album today?