Kendrick Lamar took the field on Monday night as the inaugural halftime performer for the College Football Playoff Championship Game.
The Grammy Award-winning hip hop star, who had an incredible 2017 thanks to the release of his album “DAMN”, kicked off 2018 on a high note outside of Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia.
The performance was a free, non-ticketed event at Centennial Olympic Park, just outside the stadium,with a number of fans showing up for the event.
As you may have predicted, the halftime performance kicked off with a live rendition of his hit song “DNA,” which he followed up with a performance of “Element” and “Humble.” Lamar capped off the halftime performance with “All The Stars.”
Video of the full halftime performance can be seen below, via Zombie Prophet on Twitter.
Georgia leads the Crimson Tide, 13-0, with the second half set to get underway soon on ESPN and its family of networks.
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