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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(Photo) Kendrick Lamar Announces 8-City Mini Tour ‘Kunta’s Groove Sessions’

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Kendrick Lamar is going on a brand new tour.

Today, Kendrick announced via Instagram that he will embarking on a mini-tour of intimate club performances titled “Kunta’s Groove Sessions.” The the first annual mini-tour will be exclusively held in eight different cities for one night only. No word so far on where or when this tour will kick off but stay tuned for details.

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Kendrick Lamar Will Perform ‘To Pimp A Butterfly’ Selections With The National Symphony Orchestra


Congratulations to Kendrick Lamar! The west coast rapper is set to make his orchestra debut in Washington, D.C. next month. According to an announcement made my the National Symphony Orchestra, Kendrick Lamar will perform selections of his latest album, “To Pimp a Butterfly,” with the help of the NSO Pops on October 20th.

The performance is one night only and will be directed by Steven Reineke,the principal pops conductor for the orchestra, who is well known for incorporating popular music with classical. This will be a must-see performance. Check out all the information about ticket sales here.

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#DJFunkFlexApp NEW MUSIC: Funkadelic Feat. Kendrick Lamar – Aint That Funkin Kinda Hard On You (Remix)


Legendary group Funkadelics enlist West Coast MC Kendrick for the remix of “Aint That Funkin Kinda Hard On You”.

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(Photo) Could This Cover Art Be Signs Of The Kendrick Lamar & J. Cole Joint Album?


I’m like Marvin Gaye; I wanna know what’s going on! A possible cover art for a Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole joint album is circulating the web.

Find out more after the jump.

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(Audio) LOL! Kendrick Lamar Prank Calls Jay Rock


Jay Rock got punked by Kendrick Lamar and Power 106 when he picked up a phone call on-air thinking it was a female fan. When Jay Rock answered the phone the “female fan” told him “I like ’em tall, dark, and handsome,” and then tried to get his number. Rock declined saying, You know I don’t give my number out on-air,” but told her to “hit me up on Tinder.”

Instantly the caller’s voice went from high pitched to the deep tone of Kendrick Lamar and Jay Rock cracked up saying, “What up K-Dot! You a fool!” Kendrick called in the station to congratulate Jay Rock on the release of his album 90059 and added, Rock “has always been the big bro,”

Listen to the prank call below.

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(Video) Janet Jackson Gets Down To Kendrick Lamar’s ‘Poetic Justice’ During Her ‘Unbreakable Tour’


The legendary Janet Jackson has been killin’ it on her Unbreakable World Tour. On Friday, Ms.Jackson performed in Grand Rapids, Michigan and pulled out all her hits including “Control,” “Nasty,” “Pleasure Principle” and “What Have You Done For Me Lately.” Janet also added Kendrick Lamar’s ‘Poetic Justice’ to her set which samples her hit “Any Time Any Place.”

Janet Jackson never revealed her feelings on Lamar’s song when it debuted, but the way she turns up to the song during she show, tells us she gives it a two-thumbs up.Check out the footage below.

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Kendrick Lamar Pens Open Letter To Tupac On The Anniversary Of His Death

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Yesterday marked the 19th anniversary of Tupac’s passing (can you believe it?), and Kendrick Lamar wanted to commemorate the occasion with an open letter to his favorite artist.

“I was 8 yrs old when I first saw you,” the letter began, which was published on “I couldn’t describe how I felt at that moment. So many different emotions. Full of excitement. Full of joy and eagerness…”

Read the full letter in the gallery. In related news, Pac‘s estate featured 20 different artists from around the country with their pieces inspired by the late rapper. You can view the full collection here.

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(Video) Jay Rock ft. Black Hippy – Vice City


With much hype surrounding Jay Rock’s new album “90059,” he recruits his TDE brethren Kendrick Lamar, Schoolboy Q, and Ab-Soul, collectively known as Black Hippy for his video to “Vice City,” which features a plethora of curvaceous women. Just how I like to see it.

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