Prince delivered his new double album set this week with Art Official Age and PlectrumElectrum, celebrating with a performance at Yahoo / Live Nation concert in Minneapolis. Kendrick Lamar joins him on stage to perform “Whats’ My Name.” We’re hearing other rumblings that the two may release studio recorded music together…
Better late-than-never video for Mayer’s “Crime” collabo with Kendrick. Directed by Rashida Jones.
King Kendrick delivers a pair of freestyles to Cali radio, in anticipation for his upcoming sophomore LP for Aftermath.
First single from K. Lamar’s as-of-yet-untitled sophomore LP for Aftermath. Down below, Kendrick talks with Power 106 about his relationship with J. Cole and Drake, as well as the aftermath of his “Control” verse.
Here’s a look at the artwork for Kendrick’s upcoming single, rumored to be hitting next week, “I.” No word if this is the lead in to the new album, but it looks like it quite obviously has something to do with the Bloods and Crips gang truce. Bangin’ on wax!
Updated with the CDQ. From the album, You’re Dead, hitting October 6th.
Late edition remix of Jeezy’s “Holy Ghost”. Seen It All: The Autobiography in stores now.
Kendrick Lamar jumps on Jasmine V’s “That’s Me Right There”. Here’s the video.
Hitta J3 must be pretty well connected, as he gets LA’s three hottest rappers – from different camps – on one cut. “At the end of the day we all from the Westside of Compton, and I wanna see the city win, I’m sure it’s vice-versa on everyone’s end…. I appreciate having a record with [cont.]
Kendrick Lamar lends a verse to R&B songstress Jasmine V’s latest single.
Reek’s powerful posse cut gets an accompanying visual piece, directed by Picture Perfect.
Kendrick Lamar talks about his next album (or at least acknowledges), travelling, his desire to score films, and more.
Here’s a piece of Mike Will’s upcoming single, “Buy The World”, which features King Kendrick, Future Hendrix, and Weezy F. Baby. From the forthcoming album, Est. In 1989 (Pt. 3), due June 17th.
Kendrick Lamar speaks to Nessa of Wild 94.9 about recent comments about him from Lupe Fiasco, Troy Ave and Mac Miller. He also says he and Dr. Dre are working on his album, but remains tight lipped on Detox.
“I’m outta heeeeeere….” Directed by @dabigpicture.
Mike Will Made It’s got a star-studded single about to drop, featuring each Future, Lil Wayne, and Sir Kendrick. Here’s a peek at the cover art.
Couldn’t get enough of Terrace Martin’s 2013 studio debut, 3ChordFold? You’re in luck. To keep his hungry fanbase happy, the West Coast artist and producer has unleashed 3ChordFold Pulse, a supplementary 13-track set featuring a mixture of new songs, live versions and other exclusives from Terrace and his talented friends. The 13-track set comes heralded [cont.]
The Roots sit this one out, instead backed up by Hans Zimmer and Alicia on the keys. From The Amazing Spider-Man 2 soundtrack. [HD] Alicia Keys – It's On Again (feat… by IdolxMuzic
From the upcoming soundtrack to The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
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