What’s a better way to start off a new show than with some good music.
Stephen Colbert’s first musical guest is a good choice.
Kendrick Lamarâ€™s appearance, and Colbertâ€™s debut show, will be on September 8.
From Taylor Swift to Furious 7,Â Kendrick Lamar has really kept himself busy.Â Since Lamar last appeared on Colbertâ€™s show in December, the rapper has won two Grammys, released his number one record To Pimp a Butterfly, and transitioned from an emerging artist to an established star.Â Stephen Colbert has lots of changes to get used to when he takes over for David Letterman, but heâ€™s made sure that he’s going to start off the show with a familiar face. Lamar, who performed on the final episode of The Colbert Report, is slated to be Colbertâ€™s first musical guest on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
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Kendrick LamarÂ has been announced as Stephen Colbert’s first musical guest as he takes over as host of The Late Show.
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