Last night Alabama came back to defeat Georgia to secure yet another College Football National Championship. Aside from the dramatic finish the halftime show included its first-ever halftime performance by none other than LA’s very own, Kendrick Lamar.
In front of thousands of fans, K. Dot rocked the outdoor stage at Centennial Olympic Park for a nearly nine-minute set, where he performed a four-song medley.
Cortez Kenny rocked his white Nike “Cortez Kenny” sneakers along with a fur-lined parka, and black rolled-up jeans. To get the crowd hype, Dot began his set with “DNA.” before getting into “ELEMENT.,” his chart-dominating “HUMBLE.” single, and his new collaboration with SZA, “All the Stars,” off the upcoming “Black Panther” soundtrack.
Going into the game there was talk that President
Donald Trump would be on-hand to watch the game and potentially Kendrick Lamar’s performance, which led to the potential of Kenny making a strong statement against the country’s (FALSE) leader.
Nothing came out of it as Dot ended the 9-minute performance by simply saying, “This is TDE. Black Panther,” as in the upcoming film.