Watch Kendrick Lamar Perform at the 2018 CFP National Championship Halftime Show

Performing singles from ‘DAMN.’ and his new untitled ‘Black Panther’ song.

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On Monday night (January 8), the 2018 NCAA College Football Playoff National Championship game took place at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. Kendrick Lamar headlined the halftime show and performed a medley of songs off his album DAMN., including “DNA.,” “ELEMENT.” and “HUMBLE.” He also performed “All The Stars” off the upcoming Black Panther soundtrack.

Right after the performance, ESPN played a new trailer for the film that also features the new untitled Lamar track. The Black Panther soundtrack is executive produced by Kendrick Lamar and Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith. Watch his halftime show above and the Black Panther trailer featuring his new song.

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