Prince & Kendrick Lamar Share The Stage, Collaborate On Obscure Album Cut (Video)

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It’s only 30 seconds, but it’s pretty electric. Yahoo! Video secured footage of Prince & Kendrick Lamar on stage together in the former’s native Minneapolis, Minnesota. Live from Paisley Park, K-Dot and The Artist unveiled what they have in the cannon, possibly…

Rolling Stone reports that the collaboration is of the rare, 1998 box set cut “What’s My Name” by Prince (K-Dot was 11 years old). Kendrick simply added a verse. Just one of those “had to be there” moments that Prince has been big on throughout the last 35 years. Certainly, Lamar’s bars sound like this is much more than a matter of fact pairing…

Do you think Heads’ll get the full version?, which can only be seen as part of the full concert stream. Do you think Kendrick sought out the song, or Prince orchestrated the addition to the low-profile tune?

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