“Power” creator Courtney Kemp is proud af over last night’s epic episode. The Hollywood executive has reflected on what 50 Cent and rap star Kendrick Lamar brought to the table in Sunday night’s broadcast.

Kemp went to Instagram this past weekend to speak on 50/K. Dot’s on-set grind.

Over the weekend, the “Power” social media pages pumped up Lamar’s guest appearance.

It's time. Check out @kendricklamar as Laces, on a new #PowerTV NOW on the @STARZ App.

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Get ready for Laces. Watch an all-new #PowerTV NOW on @STARZ.

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A few hours ago, 50 Cent reflected on Lamar making his major TV debut on his hit “Power” series.

Once last night’s episode aired early on the Starz app, social media went nuts over Lamar’s spotlight-stealing presence.

#KendrickLamar acting debuts on #Power

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#Kendricklamar dans la série #power #hiphop #rap #france

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Last week, “Power” creator Courtney Kemp credited 50 Cent for ultimately securing Lamar’s cameo.

“The plan was not a guest star,” showrunner Courtney A. Kemp said about the character. “It wasn’t an idea of…trying to get more eyeballs. … It was about here’s an artist we respect, and he wants to come in.” During a panel for the Starz crime drama at the Television Critics Assn. Saturday, Kemp credited executive producer Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson for being the one to mention that Lamar wanted to be on the show. Kemp then got on the phone with him to ask who he would want to play, a favorite questions of hers, she notes. For Lamar, the answer was that he did not want to play a drug dealer. (Variety)