KENDRICK LAMAR: THE PRICE OF THE CROWN HE WORE AT THE GLASTONBURY FESTIVAL

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Kendrick Lamar has revealed the price of the crown made by the famous jeweler Tiffany & Co that he wore this weekend during the Glastonbury Festival.

It was one of the events of the weekend. This Sunday, Kendrick Lamar was on the stage of the Glastonbury festival, in England, which he had the honor of closing. An obviously exceptional moment at the end of which the artist from Compton sent a powerful message in favor of Women’s Rights, a few days after the Supreme Court’s decision to no longer guarantee access to abortion in the United States. United. Another point that made the general public react, the mysterious crown worn by K-Dot, the same one he wore on the photo serving as the cover for his latest album Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers, which we learned at the beginning of week that it had been made by the famous jeweler Tiffany & Co.

Kendrick Lamar reveals the price of the crown

Composed of 8,000 micro-diamonds and weighing just over 200 grams, it took 10 months to manufacture, for a total of 1,300 hours of work – entirely by hand – by 4 different people. On the sidelines of his performance, Kendrick lent himself to the game of the famous YouTube channel The Unknown Vlogs , briefly agreeing to talk about the outfit he wore for his show. Besides being dressed head to toe in Louis Vuitton, the Alright  author reveals the infamous crown cost him nearly $3 million. An astronomical amount for a sublime creation that Dave Free, artistic director of Kendrick Lamar and who collaborated on the creation, described to Vogue as “a religious representation of neighborhood philosophies ”.

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