After Glastonbury’s delay by three years, Kendrick Lamar took to the Pyramid Stage to close off Glastonbury Festival in Worthy Farm, Somerset, England. The Compton-based PG-lang founding rapper was slated to perform for Glastonbury 2020 but was delayed due to COVID-19.
During the Glastonbury performance, he wore a diamond-encrusted crown with dancers behind him performing choreography, he performed highlights from Mr. Morale such as “N95”, “Silent Hill” before closing off “Saviour” with a profound plea against Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade, yelling repeatedly “Godspeed for Women’s rights; they judge you, they judge Christ!”
If anyone’s been taking advantage of the freedoms given to us, it’s certainly Kendrick Lamar; he released his earth-shattering final TDE album “Mr. Morale & the Big Steppas” which climbed up to Number One on the charts, performed at a Louis Vuitton Men’s SS22 showcase, announced a global tour and, shared a Spotify documentary with his recent visit to Ghana.
You can watch a performance of “Saviour” below.