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The second annual Yams Day celebration leveled up in a major way this year, truly showing the impact the late ASAP member had on his peers.

ASAP Mob co-founder A$AP Yams passed away on January 18, 2015 due to a drug overdose. His crew has carried on his legacy by producing tribute tracks and mixtapes in his honor. However the biggest tribute has been the annual Yams Day concert they started last year.

The 2016 celebration included guests ranging from Joey Bada$$ to Action Bronson. But 2017’s edition swung for the fences. With an already impressive line-up including ASAP Mob, Danny Brown and Tyler, the Creator, it was the surprise guests that blew the roof off.

Kendrick Lamar came out and had the entire Madison Square Garden rocking and he brought Schoolboy Q along for the ride as well.

The Weeknd also came out to perform “Low Life” sans Future.

Check out some more performances from French Montana, Kodak Black and Tyler after the jump.

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