Kendrick Lamar releases the official video for “Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe”. Check it out.
Kendrick Lamar has released some rare unreleased music from his K.Dot days in 2003 when he was 16 years old called “Hub City Threat, Minor of The Year”. From listening to this mixtape it was evident that he had talent and you get some insight on the roots he came from. He rapped over beats such as “Go DJ”, and even spits on the tack with well know rappers such as Joe Budden and Freeway. There are 3 tracks missing from this tape, but the 11 on there are very raw and give some good insight on the artist we know as Kendrick Lamar today.
Produced by S1
Directed By Scott Fleishman and Fredo Tovar
Kendrick Lamar has released a new remix to his song “B*tch, Don’t Kill My Vibe” off his latest album Good Kid, Mad City featuring Jay-Z. The collaboration between them both is one of the most anticipated of the year. Along with Jay-Z’s feature Kendrick finishes the track with a brand new verse of his own. Tell us what you think.
Kendrick Lamar Live At Hammersmith Apollo in London
Roy Ayers (Vibraphonist/vocalist) is one of the most loved and respected jazz/R&B musicians on the music-scene today. Known for timeless classics like “Everybody Loves The Sunshine”, “Running Away” & “Searching”, Ayers music influenced a great number of hits in the hip hop genre. Do your homework. Continue reading…
Listen: Kendrick Lamar “good kid”
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