After having Nas perform last week, the new 'Arsenio Hall Show' featured another standout performance last night (Sept. 17).

Kendrick Lamar stopped by to perform 'm.A.A.d city' on the show. Hall preceeded the rapper's stage show by saying he decided to come back to late night just for him. "I heard a brother from Compton spit. And I said to myself then not only am I coming back, but I can't wait to say, 'Ladies and Gentlemen, please welcome Kendrick Lamar.'"

Lamar also brought out ScHoolboy Q to perform 'Collard Greens,' the first single off the latter's upcoming LP, 'Oxymoron.'

We still didn't learn much else about ScHoolboy's next album, so the release date or other featured guests are still up in the air. There's one thing we did learn, though: profanity still isn't allowed on late night television even if it's in Spanish. Almost the entirety of Lamar's Spanish bars were censored in the performance.

K. Dot sat down for an interview with Hall before the performances, where he talked about his 'Control' verse and memories of watching Dr. Dre and Tupac Shakur film the 'California Love' video.

Watch ScHoolboy Q & Kendrick Lamar Perform 'Collard Greens' 

Watch Kendrick Lamar's Interview With Arsenio Hall

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