Kendrick Lamar Videos

  • Flying Lotus Feat. Kendrick Lamar "Never Catch Me" Video
    Flying Lotus Feat. Kendrick Lamar "Never Catch Me" Video
    Super producer Flying Lotus is getting ready to release his new album, You’re Dead, on October 7th, but before that arrives, he’s got some more promoting to do first. Linking up Kendrick Lamar, Flying Lotus serves up the official video for his latest collaboration “Never Catch Me”.
  • Prince Brings Out Kendrick Lamar At Release Party
    Prince Brings Out Kendrick Lamar At Release Party
    Yesterday we received album stream for Prince's two new albums, one which he did with his girl group band 3RDEYEGIRL, PlectrumElectrum, and the other one a proper solo album Art Official Age. The singer celebrated his albums release with a party last night in Minneapolis, and Yahoo streamed the entire two-hour event.
  • Mayer Hawthorne Feat. Kendrick Lamar "Crime" Video
    Mayer Hawthorne Feat. Kendrick Lamar "Crime" Video
    Disclaimer: Kendrick Lamar appears in this video for four seconds. Skip to 2:14 to see him (sorry to burst your bubble, but we had to get this out of the way first). Now that that's done, here's the video for "Crime" by Mayer Hawthorne, which in its audio capacity, features Kendrick Lamar. Today, the track gets a (mostly) Lamar-less video that was directed by none other than actress Rashida Jones. In it, we see the singer / songwriter traveling to a "White Party" and having to undergo several obstacles in doing so. Lamar appears via mobile phone for a hot second.
  • Kendrick Lamar Freestyles On Power 106
    Kendrick Lamar Freestyles On Power 106
    Kendrick Lamar is prepared to shake up the rap game, as he preps his highly anticipated sophomore album. Yesterday we got the first taste of K. Dot's new music, with the motivational "i." After Power 106 in LA premiered the song, Kendrick chopped it up for an interview about the song (which he apparently says is not an official single but a "statement"), and he even spit a nice freestyle for Big Boy's Neighborhood over a plethora of different instrumentals.
  • Kendrick Lamar Interview On Power 106
    Kendrick Lamar Interview On Power 106
    Not very many rappers can boast that they "shut down the internet" with one song. Even someone as high-profile as big Sean felt the need to drop four tracks simultaneously so he would have greater impact. Kendrick Lamar is certainly one of those artists, as we learned this morning when he dropped his new single, "i."
  • Jasmine V Feat. Kendrick Lamar "That's Me Right There" Video
    Jasmine V Feat. Kendrick Lamar "That's Me Right There" Video
    20-year-old R&B pop singer Jasmine V generated reader-acclaim with her Kendrick Lamar featuring new single “That’s Me Right There” when the track dropped back at the end of July. Now, the singer is back on our pages with the song's official video.
  • Kendrick Lamar Takes The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
    Kendrick Lamar Takes The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
    The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is all over the internet. Where ever you look, a new friend, celebrity, or athlete is dumping ice cold water all over themselves and donating to a great cause. While we have seen some of rap’s biggest names tackle the challenge, including Lil Wayne, Drake, Tyga, 50 Cent, & others, the latest artist to partake in the dare is TDE’s own Kendrick Lamar.
  • J. Cole Brings Out Kendrick Lamar For L.A. Show
    J. Cole Brings Out Kendrick Lamar For L.A. Show
    J. Cole ended his "Dollar And A Dream" tour on a high note. His two final shows each saw a big surprise guest. Cole had two sold out shows at the Belasco Theater in Los Angeles on Wednesday, and the first set of the evening saw him bring out Drizzy Drake, while the second set saw him bring out a West Coast native, Kendrick Lamar. There's a brief YouTube clip available from J. Cole and Kendrick's performance together, so watch the fan-made footage above. Who caught a live show from the "Dollar And A Dream" tour?
  • Kendrick Lamar Does Karaoke Versions Of Eminem, 50 Cent, And Jay Z Songs
    Kendrick Lamar Does Karaoke Versions Of Eminem, 50 Cent, And Jay Z Songs
    Kendrick Lamar may have a few hits of his own, but it doesn't mean he doesn't love to throw down to some karaoke classics. XXL just oncovered some old footage of K.Dot doing his best rapper impressions at their offices a few years back, and it's a pretty hilarious watch. The rapper starts things of with Eminem's "My Name Is...", before moving on to Jay Z's "Big Pimpin", and a few 50 Cent jams. Each time he makes sure to mimic the voice of the rapper he's covering, delivering some impressive rap hands and dance moves in the process. Watch it all go down above. 
  • Kendrick Lamar Joins SZA To Perform "Babylon" At Red Bull Studios
    Kendrick Lamar Joins SZA To Perform "Babylon" At Red Bull Studios
    SZA recently performed a private show at Red Bull Studios, showcasing some music from her Z project. The singer brought out a couple of notable guests during her set, with Mac Miller coming out to play guitar on "UR", and Kendrick Lamar delivering his verse from "Babylon".
  • Reek Da Villian Feat. Kendrick Lamar, Ace Hood & Swizz Beatz "Go Off" Video
    Reek Da Villian Feat. Kendrick Lamar, Ace Hood & Swizz Beatz "Go Off" Video
    Reek Da Villain has released the official video for "GO Off," and its star-studded cast alone is reason enough to watch. Featuring additional verses from Kendrick Lamar and Ace Hood, the track also boasts Swizz Beatz on the hook, and in the video you'll find cameos from Busta Rhymes and, somewhat surprisingly, Slow of Slowbucks.
  • Kendrick Lamar Says He'd Like To Score Films
    Kendrick Lamar Says He'd Like To Score Films
    The TDE rapper Kendrick Lamar spoke with KUBE 93 during their own edition of Summer Jam for an eight minute interview. During the conversation, K. Dot spoke on what it's like to record overseas while on the road, from Australia to Spain. He was also asked what he'd like to do on the creative side, outside of his music, to which he responded scoring films. Can you see Kendrick scoring for major movies in the future?
  • SZA & Kendrick Lamar Perform "Babylon" At Red Bull Studios
    SZA & Kendrick Lamar Perform "Babylon" At Red Bull Studios
    On Tuesday night, SZA brought her Z EP to life during a private show at Red Bull Studios in L.A. TDE’s first lady performed the project in full alongside some special guests including Mac Miller, and Kendrick Lamar, who joined her for the first performance of their collab “Babylon.”
  • YG Breaks Down "Really Be (Smokin N Drinkin)"
    YG Breaks Down "Really Be (Smokin N Drinkin)"
    YG has been just about everywhere these days since his debut album, My Krazy Life, was released back in March. Continuing his promo run, Young Gangsta decided to sit down with Jay Z's Life & Times and break down his Ty Dolla $ign-produced cut “Really Be (Smokin N Drinkin)”, featuring Kendrick Lamar. YG touches on his relationship with Kendrick Lamar, saying they've been grinding together since 2009, and that this is where the two Compton natives are supposed to be. Learn something new in the interview above.
  • Kendrick Lamar Covers "California Love" At iHeart Music Awards
    Kendrick Lamar Covers "California Love" At iHeart Music Awards
    Kendrick Lamar brought Compton to the iHeartRadio Music Awards on Thursday night. The TDE rapper paid tribute to his city and idols Tupac and Dr. Dre with a dope cover of their 1995 classic hit “California Love.” He was also joined by 150 of his closest fans, who were wearing TDE shirts as they stood alongside him on stage and rocked out. Rather fitting he gets brought out by Imagine Dragon's front man Dan Reynolds though. This is a super live and dope performance y'all. Check it out!
  • Tech N9ne Speaks On Upcoming Album "Strangeulation"
    Tech N9ne Speaks On Upcoming Album "Strangeulation"
    Earlier this month, Tech N9ne announced the album Strangeulation and shared its guest-heavy tracklist. Now he's given an interview to Stupid Dope in which he discusses the new album and talks about "Fragile," his recent record with Kendrick Lamar. Discussing the inspiration for his upcoming album, Tech N9ne said:
  • Alicia Keys & Kendrick Lamar Perform "It's On Again" On "The Tonight Show"
    Alicia Keys & Kendrick Lamar Perform "It's On Again" On "The Tonight Show"
    Continuing their promo run for the new "Amazing Spiderman 2" soundtrack, Alicia Keys and Kendrick Lamar decided to stop by "The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon" on Friday night and perform their new collab “It’s On Again”. As usual, Kendrick rips his rhymes in impressive fashion and Alicia murders her vocals from the piano.
  • Alicia Keys Feat. Kendrick Lamar "It's On Again" Video
    Alicia Keys Feat. Kendrick Lamar "It's On Again" Video
    Alicia Keys' contribution to the "Amazing Spider-Man 2" saw release a couple of weeks back, featuring both a verse from Kendrick Lamar, and production work from Pharrell. The track now gets some official visuals, which tie into the film's themes, as well as interspersing scenes from the supehero flick throughout. Pharrell will also be contributing to the score of the movie, alongside acclaimed composer Hans Zimmer, who makes a cameo at the end of the clip (the kind of out of place dude in the suit who joins in on their little cypher).
  • Nas, Kendrick Lamar, Schoolboy Q, & Others Reflect On "Illmatic"
    Nas, Kendrick Lamar, Schoolboy Q, & Others Reflect On "Illmatic"
    Next week, Nas celebrates the 20th anniversary of his iconic debut, Illmatic, with a deluxe reissue featuring previously unreleased demos and remixes. With the release fast approaching, not only has Nas himself reflected on the LP two decades later, but many of hip-hop’s major players have also weighed in on the project, including Kendrick Lamar, Schoolboy Q, Sir Michael Rocks, Jay Rock, Tech N9ne, and several others.
  • TabiusTate "Kendrick Lamar (The Verb)" Video
    TabiusTate "Kendrick Lamar (The Verb)" Video
    According to the music video, Tabius Tate defines Kendrick Lamar as a verb by the following: "1. To shake things up; change the status quo 2. To take an industry by storm, especially the rap game."
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