Kendrick Lamar returned to Saturday Night Live with a few tricks up his sleeve and a pair of contacts, but unfortunately no brand new songs. This doesn’t mean it’s not worth watching though.
Flying Lotus said he had to take the song off his album for “political reasons.”
Just to be clear Kendrick Lamar was not in True Detective with Woody Harrelson, but the two are going to be on this weekend’s episode of Saturday Night Live.
White’s two-day event will feature “a combination of the world’s greatest snowboarders, skiers and skateboarders, as well as live performances of some of the top music acts.”
Turns out, Kendrick, like everyone else, loves that song.
The video finds the rapper dancing through his neighborhood after escaping a dimly lit club.
Woody Harrelson will host the Nov. 15 episode.
Cleveland loves LeBron James almost as much as Kendrick Lamar loves himself. But, not quite.
A shout out from Drake. A remix with Remy Ma. A spot on a new Detroit-centric Eminem track. Well-earned comparisons to Kendrick Lamar. DeJ Loaf is the hottest new thing in hip-hop. And it only took four months to get there.
Lamar’s new album is expected out either sometime before the end of 2014 or in early 2015.
In the rather spooky clip, directed by Hiro Murai (Spoon, Childish Gambino, Queens of the Stone Age), a little boy and a little girl awaken from their deathbeds and dance away. And not just any dance, it’s a whole choreographed number.
Prince kept his distance from the fans, appearing only to play his music, which left many fans on Twitter disappointed. But being the once elusive symbol that he is, he surprised fans by calling out Kendrick Lamar to perform with him.
However, last week Lamar’s spokesperson Ray Alba told Dallas News that he had no knowledge of any lawsuit.
There has been no word yet from Kendrick’s camp on the provenance of the verse.
After Beyoncé’s surprise move last year and U2’s recent iTunes drop, Radio.com considers six more artists who could possibly surprise us with a new album in 2014.
Lamar said that he hopes to release his next full-length — containing “i,” one would assume — by the end of the year.