Police fear him, women love him, and Americans have no idea what the fuck he's saying. A behind-the-scenes look at Gzuz's wild-ass trip to Compton.
Since 2011, the 24-year-old Compton native has spent his career on the cusp while working with Kendrick Lamar, Freddie Gibbs, Kaytranada, and more. Now he's almost famous, so he bought a billboard.
YFN Lucci and Blac Youngsta provide an assist on one of two new songs.
Maybe that'll shut him up for a second.
K Dot's fourth studio LP features collaborations with Rihanna and U2, as promised.
On their song "Not For Sale," Big WY and Jay Worthy question celebrities who want to buy gang credibility.
Because crullers wouldn't work, obviously.
Compton's Drew League became legendary—and attracted NBA talent, from Kobe to LeBron to Kevin Durant—because of its unique combination of community and competition.
The Kendrick collaborator also teams up with some of the West Coast’s finest.
The Compton rapper's second LP wasn't supposed to drop until Friday but... surprise?!