Kendrick Lamar releases the second video from his acclaimed Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers album with “Rich Spirit.” Nothing complicated here as K.Dot is alone in a room and dancing to his own beat.
Kendrick Lamar and Taylour Paige make a short film for the toxic “We Cry Together” from Kendrick’s stellar Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers album. Directed by Jake Schreier, Dave Free and Kendrick Lamar, the nearly six-minute video is a one-shot ordeal where Kendrick and Taylour recreate their domestic feud of the song.
Kendrick Lamar’s release of Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers has had the world in a camel clutch with its heavy subject matter. To keep the momentum going, K Dot drops a video for “N95” directed by his longtime right hand man Dave Free.
If there was ever an emcee that treats everything as fine art, it’s Kendrick Lamar. After announcing his next album, Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers, would arrive on May 13, the emcee also known as K Dot hit the world with his fifth installment of “The Heart” series. Sampling Marvin Gaye’s “I Want You,” Kendrick uses deep fake technology to take on the forms of Will Smith, OJ Simpson, Jussie Smollet, Kanye West, Kobe Bryant and Nipsey Hussle that is just an incredible way to set up his first album in almost five years.
DR. DRE, SNOOP DOGG, KENDRICK LAMAR, EMINEM, MARY J BLIGE & 50 CENT – SUPER BOWL LVI HALFTIME PERFORMANCE [VIDEO]
Some call it the greatest Super Bowl halftime performance (although Prince and Michael Jackson would like to have a word) but it’s undeniable that this was the moment Hip Hop proved that it still rules the world. If you missed it, or just want to watch it again, here it is for your viewing pleasure.
The highly anticipated return of Kendrick Lamar is here. One of the most prolific emcees in the game makes his way back after an extended hiatus. It’s only right that he appears on his cousin Baby Keem’s single “Family Ties” as each get their moment in the sun. But it’s Kendrick Lamar’s impressive manipulation of rhyme schemes that highlight the song. If this is the opening salvo for his next album, everyone better take notice.
A fan has cleverly mashed up the work of Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar for a mixtape titled “Good Kid Twisted Fantasy.” DJ Toasty Digital blends the work of My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy and good kid, m.A.A.d city for this unique 20-minute concept mixtape that is set 30 years into the future.
“They’re two of my favorite albums ever,” Toasty told Input. “Both came out at a time when I was getting really into making my own music, so they definitely influenced how I thought an album should be put together.
“Generally, Kendrick and Kanye have stayed in their own lanes, maybe because they’re both such huge talents and would get in each other’s way. It’s a dream collaboration.”
And the end of August, TDE’s SiR will release his Chasing Summer album. To kick things off, the Inglewood crooner gets the new papa known as Kendrick Lamar to bless the feel good groove and drops a video to accompany it.
The emcee formally known as K.Dot and Anderson .Paak serve up some visuals for their groovy as hell collaboration “Tints” from .Paak’s upcoming Oxnard album.
Back when Top Dawg had the red Dodge Charger, Kendrick Lamar and Jay Rock used to just kick bars. They revisit that era in the video for the “Wow” freestyle from Jay Rock’s excellent Redemption album.