Kendrick Lamar, Iggy Azalea Rock 2014 Made in America Festival in Los Angeles [VIDEO]
This year, the Budweiser Made in America festival was held simultaneously in two cities -- one in Philadelphia and another in Los Angeles' Grand Park. On Saturday (Aug. 30), Kendrick Lamar and Iggy Azalea performed in front of a packed crowd of 35,000 fans.
K.Dot was part of an ensemble performance of the rap label Top Dawg Entertainment. Rappers ScHoolboy Q, Ab-Soul, Jay Rock and Isaiah Rashad performed several tracks from their respective catalogues during the 75-minute set.
According to the Los Angeles Daily News, Q was the main highlight as he performed tracks from his 'Oxymoron' album.
Lamar closed out the set as he took concertgoers on a musical journey of his hometown of Compton. The TDE rhymer performed a medley of songs from his celebrated album 'good kid, m.A.A.d city' as well as tunes from 'Section.80' and early mixtape tracks. He even brought out Q for a turnt-up rendition of 'Collard Greens.'
“There’s a lot of TDE fans out here and it’s a beautiful thing,” he told the roaring crowd.
Earlier in the day, Iggy Azalea grace the stage and gave audience a sultry hot set which featured one talked-about moment.
The Aussie rhymer went through all of her hits including 'Fancy,' 'Work' and 'P----.' During her rendition of 'Black Widow,' Azalea was joined by pop singer Rita Ora. The two were so comfortable performing together that the pair almost shared a kiss onstage.
Others performers on Day 1 of the Made In America festival included West Coast artists Hit-Boy and YG. Alternative rock band Imagine Dragons closed out the festival.