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TDE Confirms Ab-Soul's Album Is Finished, Jay Rock's 80% Complete
A few days ago, Isaiah Rashad, the lone Southern member of TDE, confirmed that his debut album -- the follow-up to 2014's Cilvia Demo EP -- will be the label's next project, set to drop on Sept. 2.
Kendrick Lamar Sued For Sample Used On His 2009 Self-Titled EP
Kendrick Lamar has one of the cleanest legal records in the game, though he has now become the target of a lawsuit put forth by Mattie Music Group, reports TMZ.
Kanye West, Jay Z, & Kendrick Lamar Attended Kobe Bryant's Final Game
Rappers and hip hop moguls shelled out as much as 40 grand to witness Kobe Bryant's final game in person. And it was worth it.
Physical Copies Of Kendrick Lamar’s “Untitled Unmastered” Reportedly Dropping This Week
While Kanye West may be retiring from the compact disc game, it appears Kendrick Lamar isn’t.
Top Dawg Says Schoolboy Q’s Album Is Dropping Before Summer
Back in January, TDE President, Top Dawg, gave fans something to look forward to when he announced that the camp would be dropping four new albums throughout 2016, including projects from SZA, Isaiah Rashad, Ab-Soul, & Schoolboy Q, but
TDE Announces 2nd Annual Holiday Concert & Toy Giveaway
TDE is returning to Watts, L.A. for the label's 2nd annual holiday concert and toy giveaway. As with the inaugural event last year, the festivities will be held in the Nickerson Gardens Projects, where both Jay Rock and TDE CEO Anthony Tiffith grew up.
TDE's CEO Says "Jay Rock Is Up Next"
While we anxiously await Ab-Soul's new album, These Days..., which officially drops in four days, TDE's CEO took to Twitter to answer a few questions fans had about the LP and in the process he revealed (or at least hinted at) who will be dropping the next pro
TDE CEO Responds To "Negative" Portrayal In Kendrick Lamar's GQ Cover Story [Update: GQ Defends Story]
Kendrick Lamar recently appeared on the cover of GQ's "Men Of The Year" issue, which would seem like an honor, but according to TDE CEO, Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith the story put the label in a "negative light".