In the midst of all the Friday night craziness, Kendrick Lamar announced his highly-anticipated third studio album, [Untitled].
The album, which is slated to land March 23, is available for pre-order on iTunes right now, with a rather interesting choice for an artwork (look to the right).
[Untitled] will feature “The Blacker the Berry,” the racially-charged song which Lamar released on Feb. 9, 2015.
Every other song on the iTunes track list is named “Track #” but we can confirm the album has 16 songs, one of which is most likely the grammy-winning track, “i.” more »
The wait is FINALLY over (!) The lineup for this year’s Wireless festival was just released and it is just as incredible as last year’s, oh wait, it is better!
Nicki Minaj and Drake will be headlining – YEAH, you read that right.
Drake plays day No. 1, which is Friday, and he will be joined by G-Eazy, Labrinth, Nero, Joey Bada$$, ILOVEMAKONNEN, Little SMZ, and more.
It gets better! The lineup also includes Kendrick Lamar, who based on the size of his name on the lineup could also be co-headlining the Saturday show,
Uh-oh. Kendrick Lamar as joined the handful of tags that support Iggy Azalea.
Featured in the recent issue of Billboard Magazine, Kendrick Lamar was asked, as a black tag (of course), his thoughts on Iggy Azalea.
Unlike Azealia Banks, who has made her countless issues with Iggy Azalea public knowledge, Kendrick Lamar stated: “She’s doing her thing. Let her. People have to go through trials and tribulations to get where they at. Do your thing, continue to rock it, because obviously God more »