ScHoolboy Q's Oxymoron dropped last month and one of the standout tracks from the project came in the form of "What They Want", a Mike WiLL made it banger with an over-achieving verse from 2 Chainz.
With the release of Oxymoron earlier this year, Schoolboy Q has reached a newfound level of fame that has seen his music getting airplay and him getting recognition from people who weren't on board previously.
We've obviously heard a lot on the album Oxymoron from the man behind it, ScHoolboy Q, however for this video from Google Play, we get to hear from other TDE signees, Kendrick Lamar, SZA and Isaiah Rashad on the new album and Q himself.
Top Dawg Entertainment's Schoolboy Q battles it out with Action Bronson in a comedic vine exchange. Who do you think won the battle?
ScHoolboy Q, like many rappers, attended the recent South by Southwest festival out in Austin, Texas. While he was there he had the chance to meet Kanye West, something which he discusses in a new interview with Bootleg Kev.
ScHoolboy Q's new album Oxymoron is currently in stores, and on the night of the album's release, Q hit up Conan's late night show to do a live performance of one of the album's stand-out tracks and soon-to-be single, "Studio" with assistance from his featured
Bootleg Kev got to chop it with ScHoolboy Q recently, and the rapper revealed more info than we've heard yet about his upcoming album "Oxymoron." Q reveals the theme of the album is taking care of his daughter and the history of the Crips, as well reveals ther
ScHoolboy Q's ode to Hoover Street Crips gets a visual treatment, with direction from Yellow Nguyen and Moosa. The music video gives life to Q's storytelling verses, as we head back to ScHoolboy Q's youth when he first got tangled into street life.
ScHoolboy Q just released his major label debut, Oxymoron, this week, and as a result he's been making the promotional rounds. The rapper thus decided to perform on Arsenio's show, doing a rendition of his anthemic single, "Man Of The Year".
Last night's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" featured Schoolboy Q as the musical guest, and the rapper performed two Oxymoron tracks to a hometown crowd in L.A. Above, watch him and BJ The Chicago Kid perform "Studio," the album's smoothest track.
ScHoolboy Q hit up shoe store Foot Action in NYC with the folks over at VIBE to talk about a new "Man Of The Year" campaign he's launching with Foot Action, inviting fans to send him their own videos for the single.
We already posted the footage from ScHoolboy Q and Ab-Soul performing "Druggys Wit Hoes Pt. 3" for the very first time, live at Club Nokia in L.A. during the "Oxymoron" tour.
Schoolboy Q stopped by "Jimmy Kimmel Live" last night to perform two tracks from his recent number one album, Oxymoron. After breezing through the BJ The Chicago Kid-assisted "Studio," the TDE rapper brought "What They Want" to the stage.
ScHoolboy Q chops it up with Miss Civil about his upcoming album, "Oxymoron" which he wants to drop in the 4th quarter of this year, old rapper tweets, wanting to tour with Action Bronson, and more.Are y'all feeling this one?
In this new post-Cali Christmas interview with Power 106's Rikki Martinez, ScHoolboy Q revealed that his upcoming "OXYMORON" album will feature guest appearances from several old school gangster rappers.
Schoolboy Q has finally revealed the release date for his major label debut, "Oxymoron". The album drops February 25th, 2014.Peep ScHoolboy Q Announces "Oxymoron" Release Date, the latest visual from ScHoolboy Q. It dropped on Wednesday, December 11th, 2013.
While in Atlanta for the A3C festival, ScHoolboy Q joined Shaheem Reid and Jayson and Terrance for a panel discussion, during which they discussed Kendrick Lamar, high-fives, BET Awards, "Oxymoron" and more.
After ScHoolboy Q performed at New York's West Side Gallery for the vitamin water #uncapped series, MissInfo sat down with the rapper to talk about the upcoming "Oxymoron," which has been turned over to the label, his daughter, why TDE is so popular, and SZA s
Part 1 of 2, ScHoolboy Q's interview with The Breakfast Club, where he discusses his childhood, selling drugs & his drug usage, his Oxymoron LP, Black Hippy and more. Let us know if you enjoyed the interview, and make sure to check for Part 2.