The Aftermath affiliates link up for new visuals, set to appear on Curtis’ fifth studio album “Street King: Immortal” set to drop later this year.
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While in the studio for Schoolboy Q’s upcoming project, Oxymoron, the TDE surprised K. Dot with Jay-Z’s “Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe (Remix”) verse. Needless to say that Kendrick was impressed and surprised at the same time. “I can’t believe they let us in the rap game” – Ab-Soul.
Happy Monday. Dirty coming later.
Young Guru Premieres Kendrick Lamar’s “Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe” Remix Featuring Jay-Z @ SXSW (Video)
During a live DJ set @ SXSW earlier in Austin today, Young Guru got the chance to drop some new new for the fans, with features president Hov doing his thing over the rabid growing single. 2 New kendrick verses and a Jay-Z verse is good enough for me. Expect the remix to drop sometime next week if not sooner. Enjoy the high pitched, sped up preview for now.
I was actually wondering when this video was coming right after the “Backseat Freestyle” dropped but it seems that Kendrick has kept his word with delivering the next visual off of GKMC. Enjoy.
Just as every year, Valentine’s day is here and while most are celebrating a lot won’t be. Either way today along with every other day should be a day for LOVE. So here is the LAST installment of our Break Up’s 2 Make Up’s series. Featuring records from Jhene Aiko, Justin Bieber, Joe Budden, NaS, Young Jeezy, Kandice Love, Brandy, Toro Y Moi, Usher, Kendrick Lamar, Teedra Moses, Trey Songz, Marvin Gaye, Soul For Real and a TON more. Tracklist and download after the jump.
Kendrick Lamar stops by the studios of the Rickey Smiley Show to talk about the pressures that come with being hailed the best rapper out of Compton, as well as why he chooses to remain alcohol and drug free. Kendrick always spits a few bars at the end of the interview.
Kendrick Lamar stopped by 30 Rock this past weekend and performed a couple cuts off of Good Kid, m.A.A.d. City. I gotta say that Poetic Justice sounds a lot better with a live band.
If you didn’t know (and how could you not?) Kendrick Lamar performed on SNL this past Saturday, but he also had a little hand in one of The Lonely Island’s new track. Kendrick dropped a little bit of useful knowledge in his section of the track. I’m not a big fan of SNL, but The Lonely Island has a few funny tracks, including this one.
One of Control System’s key highlights receives the video treatment in the form of a pseudo post-apocalyptic crate diggers. Directed by Fredo Tovar and Scott Flieshman, Soul Brother #2 and K. Dot are shown via screen projector for a duration of the short film. Is it me, or does Ab-Soul bares a striking resemblance to Eazy-E here?
One of Kendrick’s most prominent tracks on Good Kid, m.A.A.d. City gets the DECODED treatment. Kendrick breaks down “Sing About Me, I’m Dying of Thirst”, a track produced by Pac Div’s Like. Out of all his tracks, this definitely needed a breakdown.
When Good Kid, m.A.A.D. City came out a couple months ago, this “Backseat Freestyle” was one of those tracks that just stood out. With a Hit Boy beat, and Kendrick’s spitfire rhymes, how could you go wrong? Finally, we get some long awaited visuals. Welcome to the m.A.A.d. City.
Kendrick stopped by Whoo Kid’s studio to chop it up about what’s been going on in the world of Hip Hop’s hottest artist. From working on “F*ckin’ Problem” to trying to get Janet Jackson to be in his “Poetic Justice” video, Kendrick and Whoo Kid cover a bunch of topics.
After rocking the show at Cali Christmas, K Dot took a moment to chop it up with Rap Up TV and talk about his favorite album to come out this year and what is to come pretty soon, especially his highly anticipated project with J. Cole. YA BISH.