Mr. Morale Give Me High Five, Two Times

   Kendrick Lamar, a rapper from Compton dubbed the “King of LA Rap”, began his career with his first studio album “Section.80” in 2011. In 2012, he released arguably the greatest cinematic album of all time, “good kid, m.A.Ad city,” then two years later dropped what is considered the greatest hip hop album of all time, “To Pimp a Butterfly” (2015). His well-known album, “DAMN.” was the first ever hip-hop album to win a Pulitzer award. 

   Then in 2022, he released “Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers” and began “The Big Steppers Tour” in July. On tour, he brought along Tanna Leone and Baby Keem, to open his shows. He started the set with one of his new songs, “United In Grief,” and ended it with “Savior.” Not only did he perform songs from his new album but also from his previous albums including songs like “Backseat Freestyle,” “HUMBLE​​​,” “Alright,” “LOVE,” and several more well-known songs.