In this interview, producer Scoop Deville talks about getting into the industry through his father, rapper Kid Frost. He also talks about working with Kendrick Lamar and how the songs “Poetic Justice” and “The Recipe” came about. Thank goodness 50 didn’t get his hands on that beat…
In an interview with MTV (click ‘more’ to watch), Game expressed that he thinks Shyne should back off and let Kendrick Lamar breathe. The former Bad Boy rapper recently took to twitter, claiming that Kendrick’s highly-praised good kid, m.A.A.d city is “trash.” Read More
In this interview with The Well Versed, Kendrick talks about some of the songs that didn’t make Section.80, working within major label deadlines, and what the future holds for him. If you haven’t bought good kid, m.A.A.d city yet, you’re only playing yourself.
T.I. talks with MTV about his upcoming collaboration with Kendrick Lamar and B.o.B., stating that it samples Gotye’s “Somebody I Used To Know.” Trouble Man drops December 18th.
K Dot’s Good Kid M.a.a.d. City is out, and he kicked it with a few close friends in his hometown of Compton, Cali running through some instant classis for the crowd. Up top is Swimming Pools, and down below you’ll find The Recipe and ‘Hol Up. Read More
In this interview with 2DopeBoyz and The Well Versed, Kendrick addresses comparisons of his debut album good kid, m.A.A.d city to Nas’ iconic Illmatic album. He also recounts the time he showed Andre 3000 his album in the studio. Kendrick’s album is out in stores now so go cop that and support one of the realest albums of the year.
Kendrick touches on his troubled adolescent years and explains the meaning behind the m.A.A.d acronym in his album title with the LA Leakers.