Talib Kweli – Push Thru (Feat. Kendrick Lamar & Curren$y) (Video)

Talib Kweli gives us the visuals for this cool, soulful, inspring track. Which features vocals from two of the hottest in the game right now Curren$y the Hot Spitta & Kendrick Lamar.

Prod. by S1

Directed By Scott Fleishman and Fredo Tovar

DOWNLOAD: Talib Kweli – Push Thru (Feat. Curren$y & Kendrick Lamar)

Prisoner Of Conscious is expected to drop later this year.

Kendrick Lamar & TDE Sign to Aftermath/Interscope


Top Dawg Entertainment’s founder and namesake, Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith says that TDE has “just closed” a joint venture deal with Interscope Records and Aftermath Entertainment, the Interscope imprint founded by Dr. Dre.

Kendrick Lamar’s forthcoming, still-untitled album will be released jointly by Top Dawg, Aftermath and Interscope. Future releases by Schoolboy QAb-Soul and Jay Rock will be released jointly by Top Dawg and Interscope. More details on the deal, from Tiffith, are coming soon.

VIA: The Fader

Kendrick Lamar: Origins Of Excellence

In part one; After his Las Vegas concert, Kendrick speaks on everything from Black Hippy, Section.80, family and everything in between.


In part two  Kendrick Lamar,  digest the term “classic” that has been associated with #Section 80, how his approach to music has changed because of it being labeled as great and just who it was that he kicked out of the studio on the song “Hol’ Up.”

Kendrick Lamar Billboard.com Interview, Performance at SOB’s

“I’m making music that represents my generation, their struggle,” Kendrick Lamar told Billboard.com’s The Juice before hitting the stage in NYC on Wednesday (Aug. 31).

Lamar’s refreshing style of storytelling has an uncanny way of connecting with his fans. This was evident when the majority of the 21 songs in Lamar’s set were taken over by his fans in a bonafide rap-a-long.

Amongst the 400-plus at SOBs were industry insiders, including writers from MTV, Village Voice and VIBE, as well as blogger, LowKey, and music executive, Kevin Liles. Radio personality Angela Yee hosted.

Lamar had everyone’s arms in the air from the start of his set (“The Heart Pt. 2”) to its closing (“HiiiPower”), sharing childhood stories of the two most influential people in his life, his parents. “My father gave me the balance I needed. I put that same balance in my music,” Lamar told The Juice. “[It’s] the balance of knowing the gang culture from my cousins, uncles, and pops. And at the same time, my mother and father gave me the idea of being a dreamer. They taught me the world is bigger than Compton and to go out and explore it. That made me an individual. I actually know who I am, where I come from, and what I got to do to represent and connect people.”


Read the whole Kendrick Lamar interview w/ Billboard.com HERE!