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26 August, 2013@9:05 pm
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JAY Z’s Life+Times hit the road with the entire TDE crew – Kendrick Lamar, ScHoolboy Q, Ab-Soul, and Jay Rock- in preparation for them playing the Budweiser Made In America Festival this Labor Day weekend. The Black Hippy crew speaks on their beginnings, love for their hometown, and their legacies in the rap game.


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3 Responses to "On The Road: TDE (Documentary)"
  • Tom says:

    This makes me realize Kendrick is overhyped. He is a good rapper, but he isn’t any better than a bunch of artists who were overlooked in the 90s who never make it into people’s top lists like Chino XL, Ras Kass, Killah Priest, and Canibus. Society has become dumbed down and even the top rappers aren’t really shit compared to real lyricists back in the day.

  • Dnpmonk25 says:

    Tom that is so true. So many good MCs in the 90′s never got the respect they deserved.

  • the man the myth says:

    Damn right Tom, I said in a different thread that everyone is going nuts over this Kendrick verse, which is a solid verse, but back in the 90′s that shit would have been considered good, but nothing earth shattering. I still have over 80 percent of my IPhone’s music catalogue loaded up with 90′s albums, everything from gangstarr and Wu to Above the Law and 8ball and MJG. Everything was better back then. The South actually had dope funky music, same with the West coast. Most of today’s hip hop just sucks, with exceptions of course.

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