Kendrick Lamar adds a new verse to Solange‘s “Looks Good With Trouble”. The original can be found on her True EP, which you should have 3 copies of by now.
Your favorite song from your favorite album finally gets its video as Kendrick Lamar takes us to church for “Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe”. As with everything Kendrick’s done so far (thankfully), the video isn’t as simple as first appearances may lead you to believe.
Give Miguel credit for one thing, he’s got an amazing ability to turn creepy ass questions into smooth R&B jams (see: “Do you like drugs?”).
Odd title for a duet, but it’s Cudi. No reason to expect things to “make sense”. Indicud April 23.
Originally, this track off 50′s upcoming Street King Immortal had a third verse from his artist, Kidd Kidd. Supposedly, Interscope (or 50) heard enough people wishing aloud that “We Up” was just 50 and Kendrick Lamar, that the album version is now Kidd-less. Harsh. I like this, though. Now, if we could only gets Snoop’s verse off of “Major Distribution”, we’d all be OK. I kid, I kid[d Kidd].
Excellent. A snippet for this came out late last week, but I never got a chance to hear it, as I was too preoccupied with free Bushmills and 2AM noodle soup in Austin to have much of an idea of what was happening in the world outside of SXSW. New verses from Kendrick to go along with Hov’s additions. This one needs a few listens. I like how getting on a song with Kendrick always makes the vets step it up a notch.
New version of Emeli Sandé’s track Next To Me that features Kendrick Lamar, check below and let us know what you think. [Audio clip: view full post to listen]
New video from Ab-Soul, alongside Kendrick Lamar, for “ILLuminate” off his Control System album.
Remix for Kendrick Lamar‘s ” Swimming Pools/Drank ” by prodigious Russian producer BMB Spacekid. I’ve been a fan of his production for a few years. He pushes the elements of electronic music, soul, r&b, hip hop to the max and never fails!