Kendrick Lamar reunited with the Black Hippy crew at The Pop Out - Ken & Friends Concert tonight.

Black Hippy Connect at The Pop Out - Ken & Friends Concert

On Wednesday (June 19), Kendrick Lamar surprised the attendees at his Pop Out concert on Juneteenth by bringing out Jay Rock, Ab-Soul and ScHoolboy Q in that order to perform. The moment marked the first time Black Hippy has been seen together since Kendrick's departure from Top Dawg Entertainment back in 2022.

Inside the Kia Forum in Los Angeles, Jay Rock performed "WIN," while Ab-Soul hopped on stage when K-Dot performed "6:16 in LA." ScHoolboy Q then popped out to run through "Collard Greens" and "THat Part." At the end of the show, Black Hippy then came together once again on stage so Kendrick could run through his hit single "Not Like Us." Kendrick performed the song five times at the end of the Pop Out concert.

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Kendrick Lamar Changes "Euphoria" Lyrics to Diss Drake Again

Kendrick Lamar had also opened up his Pop Out Concert by performing his Drake diss track "Euphoria." During the show, fans noticed that mid-way through the performance Kendrick added some new lyrics to the song to diss Drake again.

"I'm knowin' they call you The Boy, but where is a man?/’Cause I ain't see him yet/Give me Tupac ring back and I might give you a lil’ respect," Kendrick rapped.

The original lyric was: "I'm knowin' they call you The Boy, but where is a man?/’Cause I ain't see him yet/Matter of fact I ain't even bleed him yet, can I bleed him?"

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Watch Kendrick Lamar perform with Black Hippy below.

Watch Kendrick Lamar Perform With Black Hippy at The Pop Out - Ken & Friends Concert

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