Expectations are high for Kendrick Lamar's follow-up to good kid, m.A.A.d city. The rapper's 2012 effort (which you can't call his debut album or his sophomore album without pissing someone off) was greeted with almost unanimous praise within days of its rel
Kendrick Lamar and Eddie Peake collaborate on Part 1 of the visuals for "Sing About Me," with part of the video focusing on Lamar driving around his hometown, and the other following Peake spray-painting a thematic piece.
Kendrick Lamar's good kid, m.A.A.d city is still pushing units off the shelves weekly, nonetheless, it has been over a year since its release, so fans are defintely fiending for new music from the rapper.
You may remember when Kendrick was preemptively awarded a platinum plaque for good kid, m.A.A.d city back in June. At that point one million copies of the album had been shipped, but it was not until this week that the record's sales finally hit 7 figures.
In the final instalment of Hardknock TV's recent interview with Mac Miller, the rapper shared his thoughts on ScHoolboy Q's upcoming album Oxymoron, which he feels is the best TDE album to date, period. Or does he?