Kendrick Lamar returns with one hell of a warning shot to his peers and rivals with “The Heart Part 4.” This installment finds King Kendrick coming for necks over the production of Alchemist, DJ Dahi, Syk Sense and AxlFolie. At the end, K Dot tells everyone that they “got until April the 7th to get your shit together.” Does this mean a new album is coming? We shall see.
GQ Magazine set up Rick Rubin with Kendrick Lamar and the two went on to have an informative conversation on everything from Eminem’s inspiration to the making of “Alright.” It’s a must watch.
Danny Brown cuts loose this vicious posse cut featuring TDE’s Kendrick Lamar & Ab Soul as well as Earl Sweatshirt. “Really Doe” knocks and if it is any indication of what to expect from Atrocity Exhibition, we got a lot to look forward to.
Mac Miller and Kendrick Lamar are a match made in heaven and hell as the duo pair up for “God Is Fair, Sex Is Nasty” off of Mac Miller’s recently released The Divine Feminine album.
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DJ Khaled teased that Kendrick Lamar was going to have one of the most talked about verses after he dropped “Holy Key” alongside Big Sean. The last time Sean and K Dot were on a song together we got “Control.” This is a little different angle but the result is as dope as one would expect.
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.”
Mistah F.A.B. is easily one of the most underrated emcees in hip hop and this cut is the perfect example of who. Fabby Davis Jr. is joined by Kendrick Lamar, KXNG Crooked and Kobe Honeycutt to discuss the struggle of being black and trying to survive in the streets.
Back in 2014, Prince invited Kendrick Lamar to jam out with him on stage at a special concert to celebrate the release of Art Official Age (with 3RDEYEGIRL) and PlectrumElectrum at the Paisley Park Studios in Minneapolis. The much talked about performance was never really seen as Prince’s team took down any footage of the performance. But in the wake of The Purple One’s passing, his estate has cleared the video footage for everyone to see. Unfortunately, the two would never formally collaborate although they nearly did on Kendrick Lamar’s “Complexion” off of his Grammy award winning album To Pimp A Butterfly. Check out the performance in the video above.
It’s hard to believe that this is the end for Kobe Bryant. But with his legendary career coming to a close, it’s only right that Los Angeles’ finest, Kendrick Lamar, put a cap on his career with this incredible ESPN short titled “Fade To Black.” With “untitled 07” (or “Levitate”) backing the segment, K Dot breaks down Kobe’s career highlights in the finest way possible.