According to our sources, Lil B will be Stephen Colbert’s first musical guest on the Late Show.
But according to TIME, “Stephen Colbert’s First Late Show Musical Guest Will Be Kendrick Lamar.” And according to FACT, “Kendrick Lamar will be Stephen Colbert’s first musical guest on The Late Show.” And according to HotNewHipHop, “Kendrick Lamar To Be First Musical Guest On ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.’” And according to Pitchfork, “Kendrick Lamar Will Perform on Stephen Colbert’s First ‘Late Show’.” And according to Consequence of Sound, “Kendrick Lamar will be Stephen Colbert’s first musical guest on Late Show.” And according to Complex, “Kendrick Lamar Will Be First Musical Guest on ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’.”
So, who do you trust more? Us or them?
Stephen Colbert’s Late Show premieres September 8.
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