Kendrick Lamar lends the verbal assist to Rick The Kid on “New Freezer.”
Skrillex gives Kendrick Lamar’s “Humble” a toss into the remix machine and pumps out a song that’s ready for all of the rambunctious festivals where glow sticks are waved in the air.
To set the table for Laila’s Wisdom dropping, Rapsody drops an absolute banger off the album with “Power.” The Jamla emcee trades bars with Kendrick Lamar over a ridiculously savage beat from 9th Wonder. There are so many quotables that you’ll have a hard time picking one. Get Laila’s Wisdom, you won’t be disappointed.
DJ Kay Slay recruits Kendrick Lamar, Kevin Gates and Mac Miller for his joint from his upcoming album The Big Brother.
Kung Fu Kenny continued to take the industry by storm with his performance at the MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles. In the midst of his DAMN tour, Kendrick performed a medley of “DNA” and “Humble” with burning ninjas.
Kung Fu Kenny is back with another set of visuals from his critically acclaimed DAMN album. The video is “Loyalty” featuring Rihanna and you get to see Kendrick Lamar scrap with a big guy, have a standoff with himself and prove his loyalty to Rihanna in some interesting ways.
Kendrick Lamar spends an hour on Big Boy’s Neighborhood to discuss the impact of DAMN, and touches on everything else from buying his sister a car for graduation, the original name for this album and a crashed hard drive that had roughly 500 songs on it.
After sharing the stage with Future at the BET Awards, Kendrick Lamar releases the video for “Element.” The set of visuals find individuals in a world where it is survival of the fittest as Kendrick refuses to be taken out of his element regardless of the circumstances.
Combined Culture put together a music video that reinterprets Kendrick Lamar’s “Lust.”
“The [short] film revolves around the life of a stereotypical Black man. In him trying to do all of the things that are detrimental to him, he essentially writes his own death wish. Before he can make a change to his ways, it’s too late.”
If you were watching the NBA Finals, you may have noticed a different version of Kendrick Lamar’s “DNA” playing. Here’s the full version.