Kendrick Lamar delivered the first ever halftime performance at a National Championship football game on Monday night, running through a medley of four songs during a solo turn at Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park. The game, which ultimately saw Alabama defeat Georgia, 26-23, in overtime, took place about a half-mile away at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Dressed in a heavy jacket and gloves on a chilly night, Lamar performed three cuts from his 2017 album DAMN.—”DNA.,” “ELEMENT.” and “HUMBLE.”—as well as his new single, “All the Stars,” from the soundtrack of the forthcoming film Black Panther. Leading up to the game, much was made of the fact that Donald Trump was scheduled to be in attendance, at least for the singing of the national anthem, and he was. Over at Centennial Park, Lamar made no mention of the president, and Trump was nowhere in sight during the halftime show. Watch Lamar’s performance of “HUMBLE.” and “All the Stars” below.