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Kendrick Lamar To Perform College Football Championship Halftime

(Radio.com) This year's College Football National Championship game will come with a blast of hip-hop from arguably the greatest rapper alive. This year's final college football game is launching its first big halftime show, with Kendrick Lamar slated to perform.

"Having the opportunity to perform at halftime of what will surely be the best game of the year between two deserving universities is truly an honor," said Kendrick Lamar in a press statement. "Thank you, ESPN, for having me be the first halftime performer ever at the College Football Playoff National Championship."

ESPN will broadcast the game on Jan. 8 from Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium, with Lamar's special performance set just outside in Centennial Olympic Park. The halftime show will be a free, non-ticketed event. Read more here.


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