Hell Yeah, Kendrick Lamar and SZA Might Win a Damn Oscar
The TDE members are in the running for Best Original Song for "All the Stars" at this year's Oscars.
Jay Rock's "Win" Is Victorious As Hell
Like, there are trumpets. Plus: it features Kendrick Lamar on the ad-lib.
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance
Watch SZA and Kendrick Fight Ninjas in New "Doves In The Wind" Video
SZA's released a new martial arts-themed video for her Kendrick Lamar-featuring 'Ctrl' cut "Doves In The Wind."
SZA Is the Pop Star of the Future, Long Live the Queen
SZA wasn't technically Coachella’s Friday night headliner, but her set felt like a damn coronation.
Expert Witness with Robert Christgau
Robert Christgau on the Star-Studded, Kendrick-Helmed 'Black Panther' OST
The Dean of American Rock Critics reviews 'Black Panther: The Album,' three records from Rapsody, and one each from Rhiannon Giddens and Talib Kweli.
'Black Panther' Was Great Because of Women, But Its Soundtrack Sidelined Them
Women played a large role in ‘Black Panther,’ but they were sorely missing from the music incorporated in the film.
The 'Black Panther' Soundtrack Got 'Chopped Not Slopped' and It Slaps
The Kendrick Lamar and TDE curated ‘Black Panther’ soundtrack sounds even better slowed down.
An Artist Is Suing Kendrick Lamar and SZA Over Their "All the Stars" Video
British-Liberian artist Lina Iris Viktor has formalized her accusations of plagiarism, issuing a lawsuit for copyright infringement.
The ‘Black Panther’ Soundtrack Could Have Been So Much More, GOTDAMMIT
The Kendrick Lamar-curated album dropped the ball on giving a more wide-ranging look into what music the African diaspora has to offer.
black panther: the album
A Brief Review of the ‘Black Panther’ Soundtrack Based on Its Tracklist
Yeah, we've only heard two of the songs in full but there's enough to work with here.
SZA Enters the Matrix for "Broken Clocks" at This Year's Grammys
The TDE singer performed "Broken Clocks" for the 2018 Grammys.
Kendrick Lamar and SZA Go Big Screen on “All The Stars”
It's the first single from 'Black Panther: The Album,' produced and curated by Lamar and TDE chief Anthony Tiffith.
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