All The Photos From The Kendrick Lamar Concert In Montreal You Gotta See To Believe (20 Photos)

'Sit down' and enjoy the view!
All The Photos From The Kendrick Lamar Concert In Montreal You Gotta See To Believe (20 Photos)

Who else is still f*cken HYPED from Kendrick Lamar's concert last night? I KNOW I AM. It was legit fire AF  and Kendrick Lamar KILLED it but that's no surprise.  Unfortunately, if you didn't get a chance to see him, then I must say you did miss out on a sick concert.

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But, as always we can all live through and reminisce on the concert by checking out some SICK pictures all you fans took! So, sit back and get ready to re-live the concert in all of its glory!

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DAMN.

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Be Humble. #theabsolutebest #kendricklamarmtl #kendricklamar #kendricklamarconcert #rap #rapper #concert #funtime #greattime #fun #thegreatest #kingkunta #kungfukenny #🔥

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What a crazy view! Kendrick Killed it!

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