Beyoncé & Kendrick Lamar light it up with “America Has a Problem”
Beyoncé and Kendrick Lamar took the stage in Inglewood, California, to perform their collaborative track “America Has a Problem” live for the first time. The performance took place on Beyoncé’s 42nd birthday and was part of her Renaissance World Tour, which continues through the end of September with dates in Vancouver, Seattle, New Orleans, and her hometown of Houston.
A Night to Remember
The performance was not without its hiccups. During part of Kendrick Lamar’s verse, it appeared that his microphone wasn’t on, but the issue was quickly resolved. Despite this, the energy between the two artists was palpable, and the crowd was electrified. The performance also featured a guest appearance from Diana Ross, who led the crowd in singing “Happy Birthday” to Beyoncé.
The Evolution of “America Has a Problem”
The track “America Has a Problem” was initially part of Beyoncé’s Renaissance album but received an update with new contributions from Pulitzer Prize-winning rapper Kendrick Lamar in May. More recently, Beyoncé joined Travis Scott on his track “Delresto Echoes,” which appears on July’s Utopia album.
- What makes the collaboration between Beyoncé and Kendrick Lamar so special?
Both artists have a history of using their platform to address social and political issues, making their collaboration a powerful statement.
- What can fans expect from Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour?
The tour promises a star-studded lineup and groundbreaking performances, as evidenced by the live debut of “America Has a Problem.”
- How did the performance impact Beyoncé’s 42nd birthday celebrations?
The live debut of the track, along with a guest appearance from Diana Ross, made it a birthday to remember for the Queen Bey.
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