Kendrick Lamar Music Video, B*tch Don’t Kill My Vibe Here’s a new Kendrick Lamar music video for his stand out track, B*tch Don’t Kill My Vibe. This happens to be one of my favorite songs from Good Kid, m.A.A.d. City. With all the good songs on that album, it’s kind of hard to pick of favorite. He was right though. You haven’t heard a chorus like this in a long time. In the music video, Kendrick attends an all white funeral. I guess he’s atoning for his sins because you only live once. The video is dope and we get to hear new material from ScHoolboy Q towards the end. Check out the new Kendrick Lamar music video above. Related posts: Kendrick… Read More →
Kendrick Lamar Guest Stars in New Miguel Music Video for How Many Drinks? Remix Ever since the Vibe Magazine shoot, these two have been like the best of friends. The remix to How Many Drinks? came out about a couple of days ago. Now this Miguel music video has dropped and the collaboration between the two stars have visuals. It features Miguel playing with a band and a lot of colors. It’s pretty simple in retrospect. Miguel does his thing for the majority of the video, then Kendrick Lamar comes onto the scene with one of those shirt, short combinations I used to wear in middle school. His verse is still dope though. Check out the new Miguel music video… Read More →
Miguel feat. Kendrick Lamar – How Many Drinks (Remix) When was the last time I posted a remix? If you guessed Rihanna and Kanye West, you guessed right. Here’s another remix from the R&B star Miguel. I guess after sharing the cover of the new Vibe Magazine, they wanted to link up musically. Kendrick Lamar is pretty much the best feature from a rapper you can get today, so Miguel is doing a good job. Remember when he was bald and had no facial hair? I remember when he was doing songs with Blu and Exile. It’s crazy to see the evolution of a person’s career. Check out the remix below. Don’t forget to pick up Kaleidoscope Dream. No related posts.
Kendrick Lamar feat. Jay-Z – B*tch Don’t Kill My Vibe The artwork to this single showing Kobe Bryant right by Michael Jordan as they talk during a free throw attempt. I guess Kendrick Lamar is to Kobe as Jay-Z is to Jordan. Everyone wants to get to the level of Mr. Carter. In Kendrick’s attempt, he joins forces with probably the most decorated emcee to remix, B*tch Don’t Kill My Vibe. I thought the song was dope on it’s own merit, but Jay’s verse adds a bit more flavor. Kendrick refuses to get renegaded so puts on one of his best lyrical exercises for the track. Check out the new Kendrick Lamar song. Related posts: Young Jeezy Helps Kendrick Lamar… Read More →
Kendrick Lamar feat. Young Jeezy – Westside, Right on Time (prod. by Canei Finch) Young Jeezy links up with an unlikely partner, Kendrick Lamar, on this dope sample used for the Beautiful Decay. Kendrick starst the song off with his formula of rapping. Then the drums get in and the joint starts the pump. Song goes by the name of Westside, Right on Time and is a part of TDE’s Fan Appreciation Week. Ab-Soul’s new song was two days ago. Then you had ScHoolboy Q‘s track, but I didn’t think it was a good song to post. This on the other hand… just let it play. Related posts: BJ the Chicago Kid feat. Kendrick Lamar – His Pain (prod. by… Read More →
How does Trae Tha Truth get all of these rappers on one track. I’m happy about some of these emcees and don’t care much for the others. The second track to I’m On features Big K.R.I.T., Jadakiss, J. Cole, Kendrick Lamar, B.o.B, Tyga, Gudda Gudda, Bun B, and Mark Morrison if you didn’t read the title. I’m On 2.0 Related posts: BJ the Chicago Kid feat. Kendrick Lamar – His Pain (prod. by Sounwave) Schoolboy Q feat. Kendrick Lamar – Blessed Chip Tha Ripper feat. Eric Grant – Hold Me Down (prod. by Who Cares) Joell Ortiz feat. Novel, Bun B & Tech N9ne – Night Train (Remix) DJ Khaled feat. Mary J. Blige, Fabolous & Jadakiss – It Ain’t… Read More →
Kendrick Lamar’s voice is perfect for this blues melody with BJ the Chicago Kid. I wouldn’t be mad if Kendrick had an extended version with another verse. Even if not, I’m still looking forward to BJ’s new project, Pineapple Now-Laters, which drops on Valentine’s Day. His Pain Related posts: Schoolboy Q feat. Kendrick Lamar – Blessed Consequence feat. KiD CuDi – On My Own (prod. by Kanye West) J.Nolan – Exhibit Reese (prod. by Reese Jones) Phonte feat. eLZhi – Not Here Anymore (prod. by 9th Wonder) The Knux feat. KiD CuDi – Run
This is one project I can’t wait to come out. Here’s a new track of Schoolboy Q’s Habits & Contradictions with Kendrick Lamar entitled Blessed. H&C comes out January 14th. Blessed Related posts: Royce Da 5’9″ feat. Travis Barker – Legendary Young Jeezy feat. Freddie Gibbs – Rough Immortal Technique – Toast to the Dead (prod. by J Dilla) Phonte feat. eLZhi – Not Here Anymore (prod. by 9th Wonder) DJ Premier feat. Nas & The Berklee Symphony Orchestra – Regeneration