Kendrick Lamar is on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine emblazoned with the headline “The Greatest Rapper Alive.”
15-year-old South Bronx rapper, Smooky MarGielaa is not having the average teenage summer.
It’s the weekend. It’s lit. Here’s what you should be bumping for the last weekend of July.
Yesterday, Andy Warhol’s Interview Magazine published a piece on Kendrick Lamar. What’s even cooler, Dave Chappelle is the one who profiled him.
K.Dot really got the juice and he’s not even close to squeezing his box dry.
You see, since the dawn of time hip-hop and rock bands have been collaborating to make wack ass music.
Mike Will Made-It is the predominant boss of all things hip-hop production. So when it comes to features, he’s got ’em.
Young Metro provided the beat, Future killed it, and now Kendrick Lamar hops on “Mask Off” to perfect it.
Although Paul Pierce played most of his career in Boston, dude was a hero back home in Los Angeles.