Following the release of Yay Yay, ScHoolboy Q taps his T.D.E brother, Kendrick Lamar, for his new single, Collard Greens.
Listen to the THC-produced track below and have fun translating K.dot’s Spanish bars. Oxymoron coming soon.Readmore
By Amber Perez
Earlier today Action Bronson took to twitter and announced that he is now part of Top Dawg Entertainment.
He tweets “MY NEW FAMILY @abdashsoul @ScHoolBoyQ IT’S A DREAM COME TRUE.”
Followed by tweets from, Ab-soul and ScHoolboy Q welcoming the newest member to the crew. Congrats!
As we can see TDE is taking over hip hop and it is epic to watch them all evolve and grow in their careers. If you haven’t heard of Action Bronson check him out on a track with French Montana, produced by Harry Fraud called “Mean.”Readmore
We stumbled across Eryn Koehn’s greatness from our girl Ashley Outrageous’ site… and man! We’re speechless!
This Detroit/Chicago girl recorded her own rendition of Kendrick Lamar & BJ the Chicago Kid’s His Pain and entirely murdered it with soul. See what we mean by enjoying the Davy Greenberg-directed video below.Readmore
Along with officially kicking off their good kid, m.A.A.d city World Tour TDE also unveils a nice Black Hippy U.O.E.N.O remix. Kendrick, Jay Rock, ScHoolboy Q & Absoul all went ham on the song.
Listen below and let us know… who had the hardest verse?!
If you haven’t heard of Sid Sririam, prepare to become a fan. This 22-year old Berklee College of Music graduate just recently released a new soulful EP, titled West Coast Night Fall, Part 1: Before Dusk’.
Weary of hitting the download button before listening to the sultry Indian singer? I got you. Below is a stripped down version of Kendrick Lamar’s Sing About Me (I’m Dying of Thirst) off the good kid m.a.a.d city album.
“I went into the studio with my own singing verse written, and Warryn [Campbell] started playing Donny Hathaway’s “A Song for You” for fun before recording the cover.” Sid tells Billboard. “From there, we just vibed and everything just fell into place.”
Still not sold? Fine. Below is one of our favorite covers of his: Sam Cooke’s Change Gon Come.Readmore
Mr. Carter had the interwebz throwing the Diamond in the sky before folks could rub the crust out their eyes this morning, with his Open Letter record, produced by Swizz Beatz and Timbaland.
Aside from stupid bars by Jay, Swizzy held down the hook with the simple
Kevin Hart phrase, “y’all gon’ learn today.” Then we realized, we all can really learn from Hovi.
Take notes below.Readmore
First they were seen on the same cover for VIBE magazine, now Miguel and Kendrick Lamar unite for the remix to How Many Drinks off Kaleidoscope Dreams. We’re told a video was also recently shot in Los Angeles.
Listen below. Is it just us, or does Kdot’s delivery sound Andre 3k-ish?Readmore
In celebration for Throwback Thursday, we’re digging in our memory bank for this vicious freestyle by Kendrick
Lamaaaa Lamar, where he arrogantly spits over the Kanye’s epic Monster record.
Listen to his 2010 flow above.Readmore
Hov’s audio engineer, Young Guru surprised the heck out of everyone when he played Kendrick Lamar’s remix to Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe off of last year’s release of good kid, m.A.A.d city during his set at SXSW earlier tonight featuring non other than Jay-Z, of course. What’s next? The official release of the track by the duo. Meanwhile, peep the footage from the show below.
Bridget Kelly collaborated with the Hottest MC in the Game for her single, Street Dreaming, off her upcoming Roc Nation debut album. The Shea Taylor-produced record samples Pac’s Got My Mind Up, and provides some inspiration — and if you’ve got the Monday blue, this may be perfect for you.
“Even if you pinch me twice, Yes I keep on dreaming.” Spits K.dot
If you’re wondering if we’ve had it on super repeat, the answer is yes. Listen and sound off below.Readmore