To Pimp a Butterfly
Marcus J. Moore's 'The Butterfly Effect: How Kendrick Lamar Ignited The Soul of Black America' is a must read. Whet your appetite with a chapter portion here.
Beyoncé, Solange, Kanye West, Frank Ocean, and Rihanna released provocative, forward-thinking albums during the rise of the Trump candidacy, solidifying Black music's legacy as protest music.
Reports state that the files owned by Derek “MixedByAli” Ali included $1 million worth of unreleased original music.
On his current tour, Kendrick proves his ability to consistently transform just when others think he should be content.
You may be surprised by K Dot's rankings. Or not. It's your life.
VICE NZ is celebrating the release of DAMN with a special screening of Kendrick Lamar's NOISEY episode in Auckland today. Read an interview with the man himself and RSVP below.
Your guide to what's Hallelujah and what's Halle Berry, just in time for the album's release on Good Friday.
In an interview with 'T Magazine' K Dot shared what's been on his mind while preparing his new album.
Along with 'The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill,' 'The Low End Theory,' and Nas' 'Illmatic.'
How Kendrick Lamar's 'To Pimp a Butterfly' Artwork Is the Lasting Document of America's Hip-Hop President
The presence of these artists is all the more important when considering one simple fact: the White House is a landmark of black oppression.
A powerful coda to a joyless year.