Kendrick stopped by Hot 97 earlier today and spoke with Ebro, Rosenberg, Laura Stylez and Miss Info about the reception of his new album, people prematurely labelling it a classic, Jay Z’s new TIDAL streaming service, gems he got from Prince and much more. Notably, he also speaks on the mythical joint album with J. Cole, saying that it is definitely still on the table.
Archive for March, 2015
Rick Ross drops a verse over Chedda Da Connect’s “Flicka Da Wrist”.
Something new from Rich Homie Quan called “You Not”.
Previously: Rich Homie Quan – Swear
The PRhyme Tour slides through Boston and New York City in this second installment of their tour chronicle. Features cameos from Royce’s brother Kid Vishis, them Slaughterhouse boys, Statik Selektah and others.
Off Boosie’s Life After Death Row mixtape, available here. Grab the new mixtape, Every Ghetto, Every City, Vol. 1, which just dropped this past weekend, below.
K.Dot stopped by Power 106 to kick it with with J.Cruz for his first post-album release interview. In this clip from the conversation, he speaks on the reception that the album has gotten thus far and denies that the mysterious producer LoveDragon, who was credited on the TPAB tracks “How Much a Dollar Cost” and “You Ain’t Gotta Lie (Momma Said)”, is actually Dr. Dre.
UPDATED: Added another clip below in which Kendrick speaks on his trip to Africa, explains the meaning of the title To Pimp A Butterfly and recites a verse that did not make the final cut.
NY artist SupraliminaL, SP, D-Block’s Snyp Life and Boston MC Mic Terrio bring the apocalypse on their new posse cut “4 Horsemen”. You’ll be able to find this on the Supra Cum Laude tape, which will feature SP, Havoc, Raekwon, Tragedy Khadafi and others and will be available for download on April 21st. This is a NR Premiere.