After appearing on many dope tracks as a featured artist, Dom Kennedy is finally dropping a solo solo. And frankly we’re not surprised at how awesome it is. Dom kills the J. LBS production on “Represent (I Like That).” Listen after the jump.
Vince Staples winning streak continues as he drops the visuals for his Hell Can Wait cut “Fire”. In the video Staples finds himself situated in a church and during confession repeating (to whomever is listening) that he is going to hell. Peep the vid after the jump and do yourself a favor and check out his Hell Can Wait EP right here.
It didn’t take long until Kendrick Lamar started performing his new song “i” live. A week removed from dropping “i”, the first new solo Kendrick track since good kid m.A.A.d city, the Compton rapper performed it live at the educational event We Day Toronto, which took place at the Air Canada Centre. Watch the video after the jump.
YG just jumped on French Montana’s “Don’t Panic”. Seems like a logical move for the Bompton rapper as Frenchie’s track is produced by YG’s frequent collaborator, DJ Mustard. Peep the track after the jump.
Yesterday Kendrick Lamar debuted a new track from his forthcoming studio album, entitled “i”. However, the song was met with a less than stellar reception with many fans unsure of the direction Kendrick was going on following the hugely successful good kid m.A.A.d city. Perhaps Kendrick felt the sting of the fans and media because he absolutely snaps on this Power 106 Los Angeles radio freestyle. Kendrick goes ham for roughly six straight minutes, freestyling over cuts from Jay Z and Nas. After the jump!
Nipsey Hussle hit the stage at Santos Party House in NYC for a free show hosted by Lowkey and DJ Meka. Guests included LA, Young Lyxx, Dee Goodz, and Kris Kasanova. L.E.P. Bogus Boys gave a surprise performance by and A$AP Rocky made a surprise appearance. All photos by Bernard Smalls.
Shout out to Nipsey Hu$$le for always delivering.