Kendrick Lamar‘s “DNA” has quickly risen in the rankings as a fan favorite from Damn, and the newly released video co-starring Don Cheadle certainly didn’t hurt. Mr. Carmack adds his own chapter to the song’s quickly developing story, as he saw fit to release a remix on SoundCloud. It shouldn’t be a surprise that this . . .
Don Cheadle plays a major role in Kendrick Lamar‘s “DNA” video, in which Don is questioning a handcuffed Kendrick before things start to take a turn for the unexpected. This is a standout record from Kendrick’s latest album, DAMN. Watch the video for “DNA” below, and listen to DAMN in full here. DNA. https://t.co/vN15jKbh2r — . . .
It’s safe to say that Kendrick Lamar’s Damn album has been a dominant topic on social media and elsewhere since its release last night. Punch, the co-president of TDE, shared an gem with us via Instagram amidst all the commotion. Specifically, he gave us a lost verse from “Pride,” the seventh track from the album. . . .
After a ton of anticipation, Kendrick Lamar‘s Damn album has arrived for the people. Kendrick alluded to this project for the first time on “The Heart Part 4,” a surprise release with a revealing line: “y’all got until April 7th to get y’all’s shit together.” Speculation started to fly. Would he release a new album . . .
“Y’all got until April 7th to get y’all sh*t together.” I’ve been sitting with “Humble” for about a week now. For some reason this question kept coming to mind: Why do rappers lose a step? Realizing the reasons are myriad and seeing as how I’m never there to get firsthand insight, I look for the common . . .
Travis Scott brings a standout from Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight to life today with the help of some skin crawling new visuals. “Goosebumps,” which features Kendrick Lamar, is now accompanied by special affects that parallel the feel you’d get from video game, complete with some creepy unforeseen surprises. Watch the video for “Goosebumps” . . .
Kendrick Lamar is back in his bag. The Mike WiLL Made It-produced “Humble” finds him chopping his flow up to great effect over an ominous piano sample and synths straight from the West Coast. The very beginning of the record has a distinct rock tinge to it, but it switches up quickly. The video is . . .
Early Thursday morning, Kendrick Lamar hinted at something. He had wiped his Instagram profile clean except for one simple post of the Roman numeral “IV.” It was rather hush hush, yet the noise of wonder was so loud. We now have a resolution as Kendrick unleashes “The Heart Part 4.” Listen the “The Heart Part . . .
Mike WiLL Made It brings in another all-star cast for his latest release, “Perfect Pint.” This time, Kendrick Lamar, Gucci Mane and Rae Sremmurd step up to the plate. Ransom 2‘s release is right around the corner. Pre-order Ransom 2 via iTunes. Stream “Perfect Pint” below.
You could easily say that 2016 was one of the best years for hip-hop in recent memory, but who had the BEST year? The contributors at Artistic Manifesto submitted their pick of which artist had the biggest 2016, and wrote a speech from that artist’s perspective. Now it’s up to you, the reader, to decide . . .
A Tribe Called Quest is releasing one final album, and it’s called We Got It From Here, Thank You for Your Service. Q-Tip announced that the project will release on November 11th. Very soon. Get your mind right. The project will include guest features from Consequence, Busta Rhymes, Jack White, Elton John, Kendrick Lamar and . . .
Maroon 5 and Kendrick Lamar arguably come from opposite sides of the spectrum, but they find middle ground in their new collaborative release, “Don’t Wanna Know.” Produced by Benny Blanco, the song has a lush feel to it that serves both Adam Levine’s vocals exceedingly well. This time around, Kendrick refrains from dipping into any . . .
Danny Brown broke out some heavy hitters for “Really Doe” – namely, Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul, and Earl Sweatshirt. The song, which premiered late last night on Peter Rosenberg’s HOT 97 radio show last night, is the fourth release from Danny’s forthcoming Atrocity Exhibition project. Look for the project to release on September 30th. Stream “Really Doe” . . .
Sia returns with a new single as she brings along Kendrick Lamar for “The Greatest.” Kendrick has a reputation for killing every track that he features on, and he doesn’t hold back this time either. The single, which you can hear below, can also be purchased on iTunes. Listen below and check out the video for . . .
Isaiah Rashad‘s album, The Sun’s Tirade, drops tomorrow, and he lets one more track out of the gate to make sure we know it’s a project that we can’t afford to miss. “Wat’s Wrong” is a bluesy groove that features fellow TDE rhymesayer Kendrick Lamar. The two trade bouncy flows over the song’s soulful acoustics. . . .