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.
In the same manner that he put together the Chance The Rapper and Kanye West mixtape, DJ Critical Hype blends Kendrick Lamar vocals over classic Dr. Dre production on “The DAMN Chronic” mixtape.
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.
Before Neighborhood Nip takes his Victory Lap, the Cali rapper links up with Kendrick Lamar for “Dedication.”
Remember that time that Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar were in the studio together and rhyming over Madlib beats? Out of that came “No More Parties In LA” off of Kanye’s The Life Of Pablo album. But there was more. Today, we get a session where the duo is just kicking rhymes over Madlib beats. 100% freestyle.
With Black Panther a week away, Kendrick Lamar and SZA take the future to Africa in this brilliant video for “All The Stars.”
With DAMN being all about nobody praying for Kendrick Lamar, the TDE emcee keeps that theme going on the Black Panther soundtrack alongside The Weeknd with “Pray For Me.”
Although he didn’t take home Album of the Year, Kendrick Lamar cleaned up at the Grammys with five awards and an epic show opener that featured both U2 and Dave Chappelle. It’s a must watch if you haven’t seen it already.
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.
Black Panther is about a month away from hitting theaters and a new teaser trailer debuted during the NCAA college football championship that featured a new song from Kendrick Lamar and Vince Staples. It surely will be on the soundtrack that is being executive produced by Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith. Check it out in the clip.