#MusicStillMatters New Music: Jay Rock ft. Kendrick Lamar & SZA “Traffic Jam”


TDE’s Jay Rock drops a remix to his 90059’s “Easy Bake” called “traffic Jam” featuring Kendrck Lamar and SZA. Listen below.

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(Video) LMAO! Kendrick Lamar Crashes A Wedding, Dabbing On The Dance Floor

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In the hip-hop community, we all appreciate a good Dab, and we even more appreciate Kendrick Lamar – but a random newlywed couple whose wedding playlist did not reflect that of a likely K.dot listener were none too pleased when the TDE crew crashed their nuptials. At least, not at first.

Taped by someone in Kendrick’s crew, a video of the guys crashing a wedding in their hotel in Columbus, Ohio last month has hit the web, and while we can see Kendrick is having the time of his life dabbing all up and down the dance floor to Whitney Houston’s “I Wanna Dance with Somebody”, one wedding guest was royally pissed. He proceeded to get in the camera man’s face and quiz him on who tied the knot – while Kendrick continued to dab, and their friend (in a Halloween mask…) twirled an elder white woman around. Luckily, some younger, hipper attendees spotted what was happening, and according to TMZ, eventually ran over to squash the beef…and I’m sure take a few pics! Check out the hilarious video below.

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#MusicStillMatters New Music: Ty Dolla $ign ft. Kendrick Lamar, Brandy & James Fauntleroy – LA


Check out this one from Ty Dolla $ign called “LA” featuring Kendrick Lamar, Brandy & James Fauntleroy. Ty Dolla $ign’s album Free TC is due out tomorrow. Listen below.

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Kendrick Lamar On His Current Tour: “This Might Be The First And Last Time I Perform To Pimp A Butterfly”


Kendrick Lamar recently performed at the South Side Ballroom in Dallas as part of his 1st Annual Kunta’s Groove Sessions tour. There, he told the audience “This might be the first and last time I perform To Pimp A Butterfly.” Hit the jump to see more.

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(Video) Kendrick Lamar – These Walls


Check out the visual for Kendrick Lamars “These Walls” featuring Bilal, Anna Wise, Thundercat

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(Video) Kendrick Lamar Performs ‘These Walls’ With The National Symphony Orchestra

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Tuesday night, (October 20th) Kendrick Lamar made his orchestra debut at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. The one night only performance featured Kendrick and the National Symphony Orchestra putting on selections of his album ‘To Pimp A Butterfly.’

NSO Pops conductor Steven Reineke opened up prior to the show about what a major honor this is for Hip Hop and the orchestra alike. He said, “It is pretty incredible, this is going to be quite an adventure because you have two very, very different worlds colliding, from a full symphony classical orchestra, with the world of Hip Hop. But it’s not something we’re totally unfamiliar with.”

Check out Kendrick Lamar performing ‘These Walls’ below.

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NBA: Knicks Aaron Afflalo Once Sold Kendrick Lamar A Bootleg Copy Of Jay Z’s “Reasonable Doubt”


According to current Knicks guard Aaron Afflalo, he used to hustle by selling donuts at the age of 13. In his piece for “The Players Tribune” he says by age 16 he graduated to selling bootleg cd’s to friends and classmates and as it turns out, one of those classmates went on to some fame of his own.

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Dr. Dre Has Hopes Of A European Tour With Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, & Eminem


This would be a show to watch. During the new Beats 1 radio show The Pharmacy, Dr. Dre suggested to listeners and his special guest Snoop Dogg, a European tour (as a U.S. citizen, I’m feeling slightly left out of the dopeness) with some heavy hitters; himself, Snoop D-O-double G, Kendrick Lamar, and Eminem. What do you think?

Find out more after the jump.

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Kendrick Lamar Announces Initial “Kunta’s Groove Sessions” Dates


Kendrick Lamar recently announced the first annual “Kunta’s Groove Sessions” tour, set to take place in “eight intimate venues” over eight nights. Hit the jump to see the tour dates.

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Kendrick Lamar Pays Tribute To Eazy-E In An Open Letter

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Paper Magazine is paying homage to those rappers that paved the way for hip-hop by sharing open letters written by today’s artists. Kendrick Lamar who also recently shared a letter dedicated to Tupac, payed tribute the late rapper Eazy-E sharing the influence the N.W.A rapper had, saying, “I wouldn’t be here today if it wasn’t for Eazy.”

In addition to Kendrick Lamar, in upcoming features, fellow rappers Eminem and Swizz Beats will also share their thoughts and feelings about fallen rappers and how they were influenced by them.

Read the full tribute below.

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