This is his dedication to Max B that was omitted from These Days. Max B is on the song as well, described as “live from prison.” Statik Selektah produces this rare gem. Soul-O makes a rhythm statement on it, as in, he carves out a new rhythm just for himself. Check it after the jump.
This party anthem questions the darker side of the high life. It seems like Ab-Soul and Schoolboy Q will forever be the id to Kendrick’s ego. Mac Miller joins in with weekend amnesia and severe dissociation. More importantly, who getting that money? And how quickly can they spend it? Video after the jump.
Smoke and Ab come in like the harbingers of doom in “Hearses.” They put the competition to rest. They cast a shadow over your dreams. In this visual aid, they also wash you of your sins before the fateful end. Check the video after the jump.
Q drops an official video for the autobiographical “Hoover Street” off Oxymoron.
Kendrick jumps on a new version of SZA’s “Babylon” track, produced by DJ Dahi. This will appear on her Z EP, dropping tomorrow. One of the better beats and (Kendrick) verses in recent memory. Read More
TDE’s Isaiah Rashad gives us a visual for “Heavenly Father” off his Cilvia Demo project. Directed by Eric Swiz.
Q unveils the official tracklisting for his upcoming Oxymoron LP, dropping on February 25.
Features include 2 Chainz, Kendrick Lamar, Jay Rock, Raekwon, Kurupt, and more.
Check out the full tracklist after the jump. Read More
Q drops the official visual for “Man Of The Year,” which may or may not appear on Oxymoron when it hits stores February 25.
The TDE newcomers joined for this track a few months ago. Here is the video of the down-home artiste Isaiah Rashad, done in black and white maybe to underline the plainspeak of his message. Bold but done well.