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Kendrick Lamar channels Eminem with Primavera performance in Barcelona




Kendrick Lamar just channeled Eminem with a clone-filled performance at the Primavera Sound festival in Barcelona over this weekend.

K. Dot headlined the Spanish festival on Friday night with the help from his cousin Baby Keem and a bunch of Kendrick lookalikes who danced around the stage as the duo performed the song “Savior.”

Of course, fans had plenty to say about the clones closing out the show as footage of the performance went viral.
“The tiktok conspiracy theorists are about to have a field day with this one,” one person commented on Kendrick fan page on Instagram, while another said: If you’re the real KDot please stand up, referencing Eminem’s iconic single The Real Slim Shady.

Kendrick’s performance may have been a nod to Eminem’s iconic performance at the 2000 MTV Video Music Awards, where he was followed around by dozens of bleach-blond doppelgängers inside New York City’s Radio City Music Hall while performing “The Real Slim Shady,” off The Marshall Mathers LP album.

K. Dot has made no secret of the fact that the Detroit rap icon is one of his biggest influences, speaking with GQ magazine back in 2016, Kendrick said: “I got my clarity just studying Eminem when I was a kid. The day I heard The Marshall Mathers LP, I was just like, How does that work? What is he doing? How is he putting his words together like that? And then I was like Why don’t you go in the studio and see? So I do that. Then it became, How are his words cutting through the beat like that? What is he doing that I’m not doing. His time is impeccable. When he wants to fall off the beat, it’s impeccable. These are things that, through experience and time, I had to learn.”

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