On Thursday night's "Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," Lamar performed "Untitled 2," a brand new song continuing the jazz-fusion streak that pinned "Butterfly" together.
While his stage presence wasn't quite as incendiary as on some of his other recent TV performances -- namely, his version of "Alright" performed atop a cop car at the
"Tonight Show's" bandleader, Questlove, had alluded to the prospect of new music from Lamar, who has used live television as a launching point for other freshly debuted singles (Lamar is also slated for an "Austin City Limits" appearance Saturday night).
Lamar sat down with Fallon for a relatively breezy chat about their childhood gaming hobbies and Lamar's prospects at the Grammys. This year, Lamar has the most nominations for a rapper in Grammy history (a nod that maybe constitutes a subtle apology for his 2014 Grammy loss to Macklemore). But clearly it hasn't softened his work ethic.
"I wouldn't want to go past that, though," Lamar said of
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