Tied together by their origins in the city of Compton, YG Hootie and Kendrick Lamar pay homage with their latest drop, “The City.” The song, which is produced by produced by Eardrummers’ DJ FU, has a laid back vibe to it. Hootie’s Hubris project is expected to release on November 11th. Stream “The City” below.
Not familiar with YG Hootie? He’s an affiliate of Waka Flocka’s Bricksquad, and attended Compton, Caliornia’s Centennial High School, where he met Kendrick Lamar. Not familiar with Kendrick Lamar? Stick your head back under that rock it’s been buried under. The two link up for “Two Presidents,” a cut off of YG’s forthcoming Destroy & . . .
Unique Virginia emcee GoldLink has been impressive as of late, turning heads with singles such as “Playah” and “Creep.” His unique, impassioned delivery cuts through the smog of complacency that limits a large portion of today’s hip-hop frontrunners. He lets things take a turn towards the dark side with his latest cut, “The Heart.” Kendrick . . .
With their roster expanding to include SZA and Isaiah Rashad in 2013, TDE has piqued the interest of many seeking to understand how they will continue to develop, both collectively and as individual artists. Well, wonder no more. TDE’s CEO tweeted that they will be releasing six albums in 2014 in the tweet below. Does . . .