Some Kendrick Lamar Stuff

HiiiPoWeR – Kendrick Lamar

Kendrick working on HiiiPoWeR with Dr. Dre in the studio…

Here’s an old video of Kendrick talking about working with Dre…

Kendrick Lamar Interview With Lu Parker

Check out this cool interview of Kendrick Lamar from a week ago.

I’ve only been listening to him for a couple months, but he is already one of my all time favorite rappers, and judging by that interview, he’ll be very famous in due time.


Check out some of these comments about Kendrick.

“This guy deserve to incarnate hip hop

doudidou 6 hours ago”
“Future of Music.

joeguns17 6 hours ago”
“Lyrical Murdered this Shit no doubt , these lyrics will stand .. years to come ..

HeartMath309 2 weeks ago”

Drake Shows Kendrick Lamar Some Love

I’m a little late to this, but Courtney just turned me on to a post featuring Kendrick Lamar on Drake’s blog, posted a couple days ago. Now anyone who knows me knows that, besides a few songs, I’m really not a fan of Drakes. I think he’s wildly inconsistent, and while he does release some great tunes, most of it is garbage.

But, anyone who knows me, and anyone who reads this blog also knows, that I truly and honestly believe Compton rapper Kendrick Lamar is one of the best rappers in the game, not like Wiz Khalifa is one of the best rappers in the game cause I enjoy his music, but like how Mos Def or Common are the best because they are lyrically poetic and truthful and have an impeccable choice of beats [and I enjoy their music]. This kid is no Mos Def or Common rip off though, Kendrick Lamar (formerly K. Dot) is the real thing. He’s getting love from Drake, he’s taking the by storm, and he’s due to be featured on Dr. Dre’s “Detox”, the only reason I’m looking forward to that album after “I Need A Doctor”.

I’m telling all of you, right now, I’ve said it a million times, but I’ll say it a million and one, maybe even a million and two, Kendrick Lamar will blow up. If he does not blow up, my faith in mainstream music will be shattered and I will officially believe that the general American public is as about intelligent, as a whole, as a rock. And not a pet rock, or a cool shiny rock, just some misshapen, ugly one.