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The band sings their hit single 'Radioactive' before Lamar emerges to deliver an energetic performance of his 'm.A.A.d City'.
Along with Jermaine Dupri, the two entertainers will perform at the Lower Manhattan's Pier 36/Basketball City on January 31.
The first of two-part video series for the track shows the Compton MC driving around the town and finding the graffiti created by artist Peake in a warehouse.
During the Compton MC's set, Diddy performs 'All About the Benjamins' and his verse on the remix of Future's 'Same Damn Time'.
In the 90-second ad, Lamar plays his new song in a Pill speaker while Dre is trying to figure out what the song's missing as he plays it in his Pill XL.
The rappers, who will be supported by Australia's 360 and New Zealand's David Dallas on the 4-city trek, will visit Auckland, Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney in February 2014.
The Compton rapper bags five awards, which include Lyricist of the Year, MVP of the Year and Album of the Year.
K.Dot says his claim of being 'king of New York' was misunderstood and that it's about 'leaving a mark.'
The 'Fine China' singer will also be in Hawaii to headline the Power 104.3's Power Bash in Honolulu this weekend.
The 'Don't Kill My Vibe' rapper is nominated for Best Live Performer, Lyricist of the Year, Track of the Year and Hustler of the Year among others.
When asked about K.Dot's 'King of New York' claim, the 'F**kin' Problems' rapper responds, 'You smoking crack. You crazy.'
When asked about K.Dot's 'king of New York' claim, the MC responds with a receptive 'I'm a listener.'
The retired NBA coach scolds the rapper for name-dropping him, offers him some advice in the process.
The 'Poetic Justice' MC shakes up the hip-hop world by telling his fellow rap superstars to raise their game to his level.
The Young Money femcee grabs the prize for best female hip-hop star, while the 'Bitch, Don't Kill My Vibe' rapper wins in the male category, marking his second victory of the night.