Watch Kendrick Lamar Perform “Rich Spirit” and “N95” on SNL

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Watch Kendrick Lamar Perform “Rich Spirit” and “N95” on SNL

Lamar also brought out Sampha for a rendition of “Father Time” from his latest album Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers

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Kendrick Lamar on Saturday Night Live (Photo by Will Heath/NBC).

Kendrick Lamar was the musical guest on the October 1 episode of Saturday Night Live. Lamar joined the Miles Teller-hosted show to perform “Rich Spirit,” “N95,” and “Father Time” from his latest album Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers. For “Father Time,” Lamar brought out Sampha, who appears on the studio version of the song. Watch it all go down below.

Now in its 48th season, Saturday Night Live announced in September that Kendrick Lamar, Willow, and Megan Thee Stallion would be its musical guests for the month of October. Willow’s Brendan Gleeson-hosted episode will air on October 8, with Megan Thee Stallion’s performance to broadcast the following week. Megan will notably pull double duty as both the musical guest and host of the show’s October 15 episode.

Kendrick Lamar has performed on SNL before, joining Anderson .Paak for “Tints” in 2018, with additional performances in November 2014, February 2014, and January 2013. He’s also gearing up for a stretch European tour dates as part of his 2022 world tour, which kicks off in Amsterdam on October 7.

Read “5 Takeaways From Kendrick Lamar’s New Album Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers” over on the Pitch.

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