Kendrick Lamar Is Heading To South Side Music Hall As Part of His Intimate Eight City Tour.
Kendrick Lamar's latest effort, To Pimp A Butterfly, is one of the most critically acclaimed releases of the year — and rightly so. The album finds Kendrick Lamar reaching a true creative zenith, incorporating jazz, funk, neo-soul and, of course, G-funk, into his contemporary vision of hip-hop. It's also a firecracker of incisive critiques of race and class relations in America.
But though we've had the album constantly playing since early spring, there haven't been many opportunities to see Lamar live across the globe since its release.
Now, that's changing. Yesterday, it was announced that Lamar would head out on an eight-city tour in intimate venues. And the thought of Lamar skipping Dallas was a real fear, to be honest.
But we gon' be alright, it turns out.
Scoremore is bringing King Kunta to South Side Music Hall later this month — on October 29, to be exact — for his 1st Annual Kunta's Groove Sessions tour. Fellow Black Hippy, Jay Rock opens.
No word on pricing just yet, but tickets go on sale this Friday at 10 a.m. through Scoremore. So set those timers.