Kendrick Lamar has finally hit the sixth stop of his DAMN. Tour at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. The sold out show packed the 18,103-capacity arena with the TDE rapper’s most loyal fans and the atmosphere was purely electric. D.R.A.M. opened up the showcase while Travis Scott followed next to set the energetic tone for K-Dot. Scott was in full force as spectators jumped and roared to the 25-year-old rapper’s greatest hits, especially tracks from his recent project Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight.
For the final act, however, King Kendrick came out in full Kill Bill/Bruce Lee-style attire which we can only assume is a Jerry Lorenzo Fear of God ensemble. The Compton artist ferociously opened up with DAMN. tracks “DNA.” and “ELEMENT.” and peppered his hour-and-plus-long set with classic songs from previous projects and collab singles. All in all, Brooklyn was definitely in for a treat as concert-goers surely got their money’s worth with Travis already also on the bill.
If that wasn’t enough for New York, the Barclays Center is also doing a second DAMN. Tour show on July 23 Sunday. See the images above to experience a bit of the performances from a front row view. Plus, if you’re around the area, Kendrick also has his pop-up event running until Sunday as well for those wanting to cop merch not available at the show.