We’re a week away from Jay Rock’s Redemption album and the Watts rapper drops off the vicious opener of the album “The Bloodiest.” This is wicked.
With Jay Rock’s Redemption album right around the corner, the big brother of Top Dawg Entertainment gets some incredibly cinematic visuals for his lead single “Win.”
It’s pretty appropriate that Jay Rock drops the celebratory “Win” while on the TDE Championship Tour. Produced by Vinylz and Boi-1da, Jay Rock talks that talk with Kendrick Lamar chiming in on the ad libs.
Top Dawg Entertainment will take the entire crew on the road (outside of Isaiah Rashad, who is finishing his album) for what is called The Championship Tour. In advance of the the countrywide romp that starts in Vancouver on May 4th and wraps up in Pittsburgh on June 15th, Kendrick Lamar, SZA, Jay Rock, ScHoolBoy Q, Ab Soul and the rest of the crew drop a hilarious trailer of their preparation.
With Black Panther hitting theaters tonight, Kendrick Lamar, Jay Rock, Future and James Blake serve up their own mini movie with “King’s Dead.” Palm trees, traffic, stocks, confetti and so much more to see in this set of visuals.
Kung Fu Kenny and Jay Rock connect with Future for another song off the Black Panther soundtrack titled “King’s Dead.” Jay Rock goes off on this and makes you wonder when the next album is coming.
DJ Kay Slay drops the sixth video from his The Big Brother album. “Can’t Tell Me Nothing” is a unique blend of artists as Raekwon is joined by TDE’s Jay Rock, Young Buck and Meet Sims for the video.
With ScHoolBoy Q’s Blank Face out now, the TDE emcee grabs his Black Hippy collective to replace Kanye West on the remix to “THat Part.”
The big brother of Top Dawg Entertainment unleashes the video for his upcoming album’s title track. With a little assistance from SZA on the intro, Jay Rock goes a little insane over the production.
While making an appearance on Saturday Night Live, Kendrick Lamar paid homage to Method Man and performed his new single “I” along with his guest appearance alongside Jay Rock on “Pay For It.”