In case you were wondering if the head honcho of Top Dawg Entertainment has bars, Punch lets loose on a freebie. In the past, Punch dropped bars on “Fear” and “Uninspired” but on “Kings” his smooth flow materializes over an equally smooth instrumental. Additionally, his storytelling rhymes are especially vivid — recollecting his early years as an adolescent. It’s a come up story that takes us to the present, which finds Punch with lots of swag like a “ball player.” Hit the jump to peep the loosie from the TDE president.
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- Audioposted August 27, 2015 / 1 Comment
Having already shared the title track and “Money Trees Deuce” from his forthcoming album 90059, Jay Rock returns with “Easy Bake” featuring fellow TDE alum Kendrick Lamar. The track was premiered on Shade 45 last night. Check out a radio rip below and be on the lookout for 90059.
- Audioposted April 12, 2015 / No Comments
Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar have both had themselves a very busy 2015 thus far. For Kendrick he’s dropped his highly-anticipated sophomore studio album in To Pimp a Butterfly and Kanye has kept himself busy with fashion, multiple interviews, “All Day”, a guest verse here and there and his new album So Help Me God is forthcoming. And now the two join forces on ‘Ye’s “All Day” remix. Kendrick Lamar provides a full verse despite the inital leak only containing a part of it. You can check out Kendrick’s full verse on ‘Ye’s “All Day” after the jump.
- Audioposted February 28, 2015 / No Comments
It’s no secret, Ab-Soul can spit. And that’s precisely what he does on this new joint entitled “47 Bars.” Produced by Alchemist, Soulo dropped the track via Soundcloud and wrote on his Twitter page that he “might get dropped from the label for this.” Check out “47 Bars” after the jump.
- Audioposted February 10, 2015 / No Comments
Kendrick Lamar had himself a field day at the 57th Grammy Awards, winning multiple awards for his new single “i.” But Kendrick season is approaching ever so closely, with TDE dropping another new cut. This time the happiness is left at the door and King Kendrick embraces the dark side, going completely ham for six minutes straight. Listen to the Boi-1da, The KOZ and Terrace Martin produced “The Blacker the Berry” after the jump.
- Videosposted November 4, 2014 / No Comments
It appears as though Jay Rock is up next in the Top Dawg Entertainment camp. After low-key releasing the rap song of the year when everyone was least expecting in “Parental Advisory” he followed that up with the Kendrick Lamar featured track “Pay for It” which, needless to say, was also fire. Now Rock returns with the visuals for the former where he is chilling in his hometown of Watts, LA. Hopefully we get album details soon. Peep the video for “Parental Advisory” after the jump.