Z, the debut album from TDE’s first lady, SZA, is in stores today. Here is her collaboration with King Kendrick.
One year ago, I started a mixtape / podcast series called Hellafine Fridays. Today, a mix from that series, The Arrival Of Kendrick Lamar, broke 10,000 plays on Soundcloud. This is a small feat in comparison to Kanye numbers, but it is a small milestone that I hit for the first time today. In “celebration” [cont.]
New music from and inspired by The Amazing Spider-Man 2 soundtrack. Anyone else mad that they rebooted Spidey so soon?
Professionally shot footage of Schoolboy Q and Kendrick’s performance at the iTunes showcase at SXSW in Austin, TX.
Compton connect gang on this cut from YG’s My Crazy Life, which impacts March 18th.
New material from King Kendrick, off of the Divergent movie soundtrack.
Adam Levine discovery, Rozzi Crane, enlists Kendrick Lamar for her “Crazy Ass Bitch” single.
This well connected individual out of CA delivers a star-studded debut mixtape, backed by the production of Pharrell, and featuring an extensive guest list, including Kendrick Lamar, Miley Cyrus, Freddie Gibbs, Asher Roth, Robin Thicke, The Cool Kids, and more.
New music from Jay Rock, which is long overdue – and bonus, it features Kendrick. Produced by Mano. Hood gone love it.
Kendrick performs two now classic cuts from good kid, m.a.a.d. city at NBA Allstar Weekend, backed by a live band. He killed that shit.
This is the “performance cut” for Tech N9ne’s “Fragile” video, alongside Kendrick Lamar, ¡MAYDAY! and Kendall Morgan. Get More: Tech N9ne, Fragile (Performance Cut) Featuring Kendrick Lamar, ¡MAYDAY! and Kendall Morgan, Music, More Music Videos
Compton meets Vegas once again, for this encore performance of their “Radioactive” remix, on Saturday Night Live.
Hot on the heels of their on-stage Grammy collaboration, Vegas’ own Imagine Dragons teams with Kendrick Lamar for an official remix of “Radioactive”. This version includes a new verse, rather than being a “m.a.a.d. City” mash-up.
Although he didn’t take any home last night, Kendrick speaks on his seven Grammy nods. In the second clip, Kendrick speaks backstage at the rehearsal for his performance.
Grammy spotlight on “Best New Artist Nominee”, Sir Kendrick Lamar.
Troy Ave speaks on Chance The Rapper’s recent success, and suggests that a “drug addict” cannot lead the rap game. He also explains the shot he threw at Kendrick Lamar on “New York City”.
When the lights shut off, an artist’s dream is that their work will stand the test of time. The ones that influence our culture are the ones we most remember. Here, two powerful creative forces come together to elevate the status quo and lay ground to their legacy. This is their poetry. Sing about them. [cont.]
In a recent interview with Vibe, Drake finally set the record straight about any proposed beefs with Kendrick Lamar, after his name was mentioned on Kendrick’s “Control” verse. “I don’t ever want to get into responses. It’s a commitment to go there. “The Language” is just energy. What it was inspired by, I’m sure that, [cont.]
Today, the SomeOthaShip record label releases an 8-track remix EP of Los Angeles-based rapper Mykestro’s song “Set Precedent,” which features Kendrick Lamar with production by Georgia Anne Muldrow. This west-coast banger features two explosive verses from both, and although he teams up with one of raps most acclaimed lyricists, Mykestro shows he can hold his [cont.]
King Kendrick contributes a verse to this track from Birdman’s Rich Gang compilation.
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