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Kendrick Lamar Ft. Jay-Z - "B*tch Dont Kill My Vibe" (Remix)
I don't know if I can review it reliably. It sounds to me like Kendrick Lamar heard Hov's verse and went back in. Rappers are funny like that. What I can do without ...
Big Sean Ft. Kendrick Lamar, Jay Electronica - Control (HOF)
How do you stand out on a song which also features Jay Electronica? Simple: You call out damn near every rapper on earth. That's exactly what Kendrick Lamar ...
Drake Kinda Goes at Kendrick Lamar on "Sh*t" Remix; TDE Responds
Dec 17, 2013 ... Bloggers will tell you that Drake dissed Kendrick Lamar on Future's "Sh*t" remix. They'll scream "Beef!" They'll invite you to pick sides and ...
Top 5 "Control" Replies - Rap/Hip-Hop - About.com
Kendrick Lamar trolled the rap game so hard when he called out a bunch of rappers on Big Sean's "Control (HOF)." Rappers, especially those not named, have ...
Kendrick Lamar Good Kid, M.a.a.d City Review - Rap/Hip-Hop
Oct 23, 2012 ... Big hype albums rarely deliver, but Kendrick Lamar's Afternath debut is the exception that justifies every ream of buzz. Kendrick Lamar's recipe ...
Kendrick Lamar - "Swimming Pools (Drank)"
It's 5:12 p.m. on July 15, 2012, as I write this. Kendrick Lamar is the best young rapper alive. J. Cole is great. K.R.I.T. is nice. Kendrick Lamar is simply on a ...
Top 10 New Pop Songs September 25, 2014
Sep 25, 2014 ... These are the week's top new songs for pop music fans. Rapper Kendrick Lamar leads off the week's best new music with the moving single "i.".
Hip-Hop's Ageism Problem - Rap/Hip-Hop - About.com
His verse on Kendrick Lamar's "Don't Kill My Vibe Remix" was so cold that Kendrick Lamar went back to the lab and sharpened his rhymes to avoid being eaten ...
Kendrick Lamar - 2013 MTV Video Music Awards Red Carpet
Celebrated rising rapper Kendrick Lamar arrives in casual fashion. He was nominated for Best Hip Hop Video and Best Male Video. Photo Credit: Photo by ...
Drake - Nothing Was the Same - Rap/Hip-Hop - About.com
For starters, he doesn't name any names, opting to aim at imaginary enemies on the perceived Kendrick Lamar diss, "The Language." Exhibit A: "I don't know ...