Tagged “kendrick lamar”
Is there a contemporary Black male artist who could create an equally ambitious, vulnerable, and powerful landmark cultural moment?
It was brilliant. It was ethereal. It was heroic. It was bold. And it was Black as fuck.
No More Parties in L.A. proves that anyone who dared write something like that needs to never write something for anyone again.
This is not a list with Future on it.
President Obama's favorite song of 2015 is WHAT? My ni*CENSORED*!
The Grammy nominations came out! There are some interesting choices in the R&B and Rap categories.
Before you pull out the pitchforks, listen with your hearts.
I get it, I get it, I get it.
If we don’t know you or don’t care about your music career, generation Y will walk into your studio, connect to your wi-fi, and download your latest. (And then tweet the link.)
Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp A Butterfly is out. You know this because you've heard it.
King Kendrick came through
Kendrick Lamar made some comments in Billboard magazine that rubbed some folks the wrong way. He's a rapper though, so, ya know.
Logic's album Under Pressure is great. But it sounds a bit too familiar. This is a problem.