Video: Kendrick Lamar Impersonates Wiz Khalifa

Ha ha, not bad.

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39 Responses to “Video: Kendrick Lamar Impersonates Wiz Khalifa”

  1. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    IMO, Nastradamus isn’t any worse than Streets Disciple or HHID.
    ========================================
    Yeah it is.

    Way worse.

    SD is weaker then HHID but both of them are superior to Nastradamus in every way.

    And fuck Self Made leaking, Lil B – Bitch Mob: Respect Da Bitch vol. 1 just hit the web.

    He’s Gay & proud of it.

  2. sarjo1988 Says:

    that was a horrible impersonation if were talkin voice wise

  3. Shooter Says:

    one of these days Ill found out what a Kendrick Lamar is

  4. tron stockton Says:

    check your email amp

  5. Bricktop Says:

    Fenway is truly a piece of shit park.

  6. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    one of these days Ill found out what a Kendrick Lamar is
    ==========================================
    An acquired flavor.

    Still not a big fan but I play Is It Love at least once a day.

  7. GMLLZ Says:

    Niggaz who listen to Lil B are lames….cBc

  8. Bricktop Says:

    one of these days Ill found out what a Kendrick Lamar is
    ^
    Same here. I think he’s some kind of jazz musician who does spoken word over Illmatic beats
    or something.
    That’s just what I gathered from skimming the c section.

  9. Shooter Says:

    SD is weaker then HHID but both of them are superior to Nastradamus in every way.
    ^^^^

    True, though Project Windows is > anything on HHID

  10. sarjo1988 Says:

    this isnt even nahright lite worthy, sometimes i wonder why the fuck they post this type of shit

  11. e aka mac with the cheese Says:

    \ =•_•=/

  12. Harlem World Says:

    \ =•_•=/

    ^^

    *****==*****

  13. Tong Po Flo Says:

    *laughs like Khalifa*
    *smokes on imaginary kush*

  14. sarjo1988 Says:

    where is that full interview with nas and sway? it aint on rapfix

  15. verses Says:

    Harlem World Says:
    May 16th, 2011 at 10:55 pm
    \ =•_•=/

    ^^

    *****==*****

    ^^^^^^^^

    (o)(o) > ___________

  16. verses Says:

    Yo harlem, i peeped your post re Mike Delorean.

    I aint read the book yet, but what he say bout Delorean?

    And he rolls with Capone like that?

  17. GMLLZ Says:

    Outkast – Benz or a Beamer was my shit back in the day

  18. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Mike DeLorean is a bum looking for attention…as are most of those niggas mad at P.

    His book is single handedly responsible for shining a spotlight back on Queensbridge.

    Niggas need to stop crying and make some music.

  19. verses Says:

    I seriously have not heard bout DeLorean since…fuck I cant even remember.

    Mike should be grateful to P.

  20. Jewtino Says:

    GMLLZ Says:
    May 16th, 2011 at 10:45 pm

    Niggaz who listen to Lil B are lames….cBc

    Co-Sign, Forever Trapped in The Closet with Tom Cruise.

  21. NovemberEnd Says:

    HHID Nasir his worst album…

    the rhymes, production, concepts that joint is his most conservative effort

    strange thing is Blunt Ashes is probably the only outright wack song on that LP

    the Kanye songs and “Hold Down The Block” being highlights…problem is everything else is pretty forgettable even the Jay track

  22. Jackson7 Says:

    New Jersey Drive >

  23. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    n April, Complex magazine reported that it had found Earl, at a school for troubled boys in Samoa. About that same time, Sanneh was digging into Earl’s background and learning about the origins of his startling talent. Earl’s real name is Thebe Neruda Kgositsile, and his father is Keorapetse Kgositsile, one of South Africa’s most celebrated poets. Sanneh spoke with Kgositsile, and learned that the father knew of Earl’s success, but had not listened to the music. “When he feels that he’s got something to share with me, he’ll do that,” Kgositsile said. “And until then I will not impose myself on him just because the world talks of him.”

    The person most responsible for Earl, however, is of course his mother, whose marriage to Kgositsile fell apart about a decade ago. She asked that The New Yorker not publish her name because she feared that Earl’s fans would harass her, and she is fiercely trying to protect her teen-age son from the exigencies of sudden fame. “There is a person named Thebe who preëxisted Earl,” Earl’s mother told Sanneh. “That person ought to be allowed to explore and grow, and it’s very hard to do that when there’s a whole set of expectations, narratives, and stories that are attached to him.”

    For most of Sanneh’s reporting, it seemed unlikely that he would actually speak with Earl. He is a minor; he hadn’t left any clues; and the people who seemed likely to know his location weren’t talking. But eventually, Earl’s mother arranged for the young rapper to correspond with Sanneh over e-mail. Sanneh writes:

    The circumstances of this exchange surely influenced the tone or content of his replies, but the seventeen-year-old boy who is—or was—Earl Sweatshirt comes across as a thoughtful young man trying to figure out what, exactly, has happened to him. When asked whether he was involuntarily confined, his answer was vehement. “No, no no no no no no no no no no.”

    Sanneh asked about the “Free Earl” movement:

    “Initially I was really pleased that all these people claimed that they wanted me released because I thought that translated into ‘they care,’” Earl wrote. “So time progresses and the fan base gets bigger and the ‘Free Earl’ chants get louder but now with the ‘Free Earl’ chants come a barely indirect ‘Fuck Earl’s Mom’ and in the blink of an eye my worry changes from ‘will there still be this hype when I get back’ to ‘Oh shit I just inspired a widespread movement of people who are dedicated to the downfall of my mom.’”

    Earl added, “The only thing I need as of right now is space. I’ve still got work to do and don’t need the additional stress of fearing for my family’s physical well-being. Space means no more ‘Free Earl.’”

    When Sanneh asked about his return, he wrote back, “I miss home. I don’t have any definite date though. Even if I did I don’t know if I’d tell you. You’ll hear from me without a doubt when I’m ready.”

  24. GMLLZ Says:

    Sooooooooooo……..Jay E can do Mountain Dew commercials but no album?

    Roc Nation management is definitely gettin it’s cut though.

  25. GMLLZ Says:

    Jackson7 Says:
    May 16th, 2011 at 11:41 pm

    New Jersey Drive >

    ^^^^^^

    Word. You watchin it right now too?

  26. Jackson7 Says:

    LoL yeah im watching it

  27. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    the Kanye songs and “Hold Down The Block” being highlights…problem is everything else is pretty forgettable even the Jay track
    ^^^

    Y’all Nahggas really be trippy mane lol.

    Money Over Bullshit
    Carry On Tradition
    Can’t Forget about You
    Hope

    Y’all ain’t listening.

  28. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Fuck The New Yorker for expecting me to pay money to read their articles.

  29. Shooter Says:

    Money Over Bullshit
    ^^^

    this right here

    best song on the album imo

  30. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    I got 7 felonies, bitch I’m Bill Bellamy (c) Lil’ B

  31. Shooter Says:

    Complex has to be one of the corniest magazines on the face of the planet

  32. GMLLZ Says:

    Called it awhile back….Granderson is going to hit 40 HRs this year

  33. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Jim Jones Ft. Juelz Santana & Waka Flocka Flame – 849
    ^^^
    This shit’s type tuff.

  34. Jackson7 Says:

    GMLLZ Says:

    May 17th, 2011 at 12:06 am
    Called it awhile back….Granderson is going to hit 40 HRs this year

    ——

    word… seems like he hits one every night… against lefties too…

  35. Jackson7 Says:

    wow… cant believe jim jones got a haircut..

    good for him

  36. Jackson7 Says:

    lmao..

    he look like one of them H-Town niggas now

  37. koa29 Says:

    Royce’s flow on “Fast Lane” >>>>>>>>

  38. Reem Says:

    Lmao..Not bad at all. Still kilt the track. Watch out Wiz.

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