: Kendrick Lamar
The_ProDEUCEr: [NEW POST] Kendrick Lamar
"I" Review: A Response To "U" By: WordToMoses | TheShopBlog http://t.co/Exati20SYu
Izaeah: If you dont appreciate anything Motown or of the Jimi Hendrix era, you probably don't like Kendrick Lamar
's new song.RA_21_
: RT OnlyHipHopFacts: This new kendricklamar is pushing the envelope with hip hop and it's such a feel-good track. Listen here: https://t.c…
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Miguelvguirre: RT Ivan_splash: Drake> Kendrick Lamar
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: cathunwin ...They talk
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: Hip-hop responds to Kendrick Lamar's 'Control' verse - ...They talk
: "Lamar dropped the gauntlet with a cho that included these lyrics: "I'mually homeboys with the same n----- I'm rhymin' with/But this is hip-hop and them n----- should know what time it is/And that goes for Jermaine Cole, Big K.R.I.T., Wale/ha T, Meek Mill, A$AP Rocky, Drake/Big Sean, Jay Electron', Tyler, Mac Miller/I got love for you all but I'm tryna murder you n-----." By Wednesday, all sorts of artists, including Lupe Fiasco and B.o.B., had taken the challenge."
I was t getting on this. Here's a link: ...
It sounds like an existing track that was redone slightly for a response. I'm not down for that. I want a real Hiphop response.
Even Cassidy? ...
Mysonne lyrics were solid. ... But I agree, the best has been Joel. Add your talk...Eric - Poppa Large talk
: Drake Calls Macklemore's Grammy Apology Text to Kendrick Lamar 'Wack As F--k' - ...They talk
: ""I was like, 'You won. Why are you posting your text message? t chill. Take your W, and if you feel you didn't deserve it, go get better — make better ic,'" he tells Rolling Stone contributing editor Jonah Weiner. "It felt cheap. It didn't feel genuine. Why do that? Why feel guilt? You think those guys would pay homage to you if they won?" Drake notes that Grammy wins don't always go to the artist who made the best album. "This is how the world works: He made a brand of ic that appealed to more people than me, Hov, Kanye and Kendrick. Whether people wanna say it's racial, or whether it's t the fact that he tapped into something we can't tap into. That's t how the cards fall. Own your shit.""
I t looked that up ... and over several years
The James Taylor thing was about a legend in your craft. Macklemore descended into a debate about what constitutes hip-hop. Add your talk...
Getdagoods: Track Of The Day| Kendrick Lamar - I
Even though it’s not out yet, King Kendrick is cooking something and we’re ‘bout to get a taste of it soon!
Top Dawg twitted today:
Be Patient…i wont let yall down…. kdot and @jayrock coming soon….#TDE
UPDATE: Kendrick’s single “I” will be out September 23rd!!!
Date: 2014-09-17 16:38:00 GMT
Summer of Sam:
A long hot days, sticky and sweaty people walking around with towels hangin’ from their shoulder, wiping their forehead every few seconds. Pavement is melting under their feet, air is hot, skin is burning and one must feel like a character from Spike Lee’s “Summer of Sam”. The only thing missing is a hot soundtrack for this summer. Bunch of mixtapes coming out daily, but if it isn’t named “Summertime 5” and your name is not Mick Boogie or Jazzy Jeff get the hell out of kitchen!
It’s halftime right? There is “best of” lists all around… “100 best songs so far”, “25 best albums so far” etc. And you can feel the struggle to put together those lists, struggle to handpick music that you could recommend or call outstanding and the reason is so simple, there is just not enough quality music that is coming out if we are talking about Hip-Hop here (and we are). There is a lot of reasons why things are the way they are, but let’s try to find some answers for Pete’s sake.
Not being the one to talk down on artists of today, ‘cause there sure is some great music dropping here and there, but if we let Action Bronson slide despite all the similarities to the one and only Ghostface (and let’s be clear he got a pass on the strength of his personality) how can we call Your Old Droog next Hip-Hop savior if it isn’t Nas in disguise. I don’t want to hear another Nas, we already got one, and if you practice to perfection someone’s flow, or writing, or style, that just make you a perfect biter, not a great artist. Let us not forget, biting’s been in full effect since Rae and Ghost dropped “Shark Niggaz”, it ain’t nothing new, but it was never praised. So whether it’s “Migos flow” or everybody trying to make a catchy hook the way 50 did it, or even Brand Nubian getting all dark and violent way back in ‘93, the case of people jumping on the bandwagon been around, but again, it was never praised.
And I don’t know if some of y’all remember but there was a time when the radio shows was great and we waited for a new song to come, just to press that red button on deck and record it. Nowadays we can hear 10 songs playing in circle, until we learn to love songs we hated at first. It sounds like brainwashing to me, but who am I to judge right? And then again, record company industry is shady and you can feel the difference between major and independent record companies and how they treat or break their artists, but it’s better not to go there, not to talk about contracts and the way things work in this day and age.
There was a time when an artist could release his album and then take time to work on his next one, but things done changed in a major way. Today to keep his/her name alive the artist have an obligation of dropping a body of work every few months and do it for free. Mixtapes are flooding the scene and all we get from it is less good music. Quantity over quality, or is it vice versa? Of course it’s hard to knock hundreds of songs a year and keep the standards, but people demand it and you got to give the people what they want. That’s why artist careers last short, fans wait for an album and get all hyped about it, but once it’s out, they already want the next one, cause this one is old news. Trends in Hip-Hop are lasting no longer then one season, but blogs and websites are giving more attention to those trends and are turning into gossip columns with rumors about who is dating who, or beef or anything that has to do little to none with actual music.
Also, it seems that in 2014 “keeping it real” doesn’t mean a thing anymore, for better or worse, so when we talk about beef it ain’t that serious, it mostly stays on twitter, which means there is a slim chance of losing another rapper to gun violence. Speaking of subject, Chiraq doesn’t count, that’s just a state and a state of mind for itself. Still, despite all the tragedy and senseless violence surrounding it’s drill scene, we could call it the last authentic movement within this culture we all love so much.
So if this is a great year for TDE and worst yet for MMG, and OVO already announced next year is theirs, where does an individual stand at?
This is not a nostalgic blog about how things was better way back when, this is blog about here and now, so let’s address the good and the bad, this, that and the third. Because thankfully, the internet gave us quality podcasts when we lost radio, and blogs when we lost magazines, we got new kids who are nice with the beats, nouns and verbs since the legends retired… Hip-Hop is as alive as ever and it’s up to us to get the best out of it.
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The sequel to the acclaimed Chiraq mixtape “Signed to the Streets 2” is now available in DJ free format. Lil Durk has been making a lot of headlines lately, now you can download his latest release "here"Post on:
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