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Kendrick Lamar’s ‘Pop Out’ Concert Headliners & Set Times Revealed



Kendrick Lamar’s Juneteenth “Pop Out” event was announced earlier this month with minimal details, but now the schedule and some performers have been unveiled, promising more surprises to come.

DJ Hed shared the lineup on X, starting with his own set and “friends” at 4pm, followed by Mustard and his crew at 4:45pm, and closing with and associates at 5:45pm.

The identities of these “friends” have yet to be disclosed, but considering the connections of Hed, Mustard, and Kendrick, the lineup could feature anyone.

While Kendrick Lamar and Drake’s intense rivalry may appear to have cooled down, Charlamagne Tha God suggests that “Pop Out” could be a subtle jab at his LA-based rival.


“Hosting a concert on Juneteenth? He’s not letting go of the feud,” the radio personality commented on the June 19 event at The Forum in Inglewood, CA, which will livestream on Amazon Prime Video and Twitch, promising surprise guest appearances.

“He’s still bothered by Drake’s comment, ‘You rap like you want to free the slaves.’ So I’m going to do a concert on Juneteenth at The Forum. Just think about it: Kendrick hasn’t performed ‘Not Like Us’ anywhere. He hasn’t performed any of these diss tracks anywhere. We’re seeing all these videos of how ‘Not Like Us’ is making waves in L.A.”

Charlamagne continued, “The Forum? Juneteenth? Inglewood? That’s significant! It might even be audible in New York. When ‘Not Like Us’ plays there, those on the East Coast will probably hear it!”

After his remarks were reposted with what he termed a “clickbait headline” on Instagram, the Breakfast Club co-host clarified his stance: “It’s straightforward. Drake said, ‘You always rap like you’re trying to free the slaves.’ Okay, cool. So Dot says, watch me celebrate and take a victory lap on Juneteenth, the day that marks the end of slavery in the United States. It makes perfect sense to me.”