Kendrick Lamar will be performing for the first time since his battle with Drake ended, and he named the show after a line in his Drizzy diss song “Not Like Us.”

The concert, which will take place in Inglewood, California’s The Forum on June 19, is titled “The Pop Out: Ken & Friends,” which the Compton rhymer announced on Instagram Stories.


“Sometimes you gotta pop out and show n*ggas / Certified boogeyman, I’m the one that up the score with ’em,” is the line that Dot used to name the show.

So far, there’s no word on who the “friends” in the concert will be, but the show could be a victory lap for Kendrick and all of Los Angeles since the city has been celebrating Dot’s victory over Drake. 

June 19 also happens to be Juneteenth, a new federal holiday.

Tickets for the show are available for pre-sale today, June 6, on Cash App, and regular ticket sales will be on Friday, June 7.


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