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Kendrick Lamar


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Compton, Los Angeles CA, United States (2003 – present)

Kendrick Lamar (born June 17, 1987) is a rapper from Compton, California and is a member of Black Hippy collective along with members Jay Rock, Ab-Soul and ScHoolboy Q. His music is largely influenced by the works of 2Pac, Jay-Z, Nas and DMX.

Debuting in 2003 with the Youngest Head Nigga in Charge mixtape, it lead K-Dot to his signing with TDE. He released the Kendrick Lamar EP in 2009, the critically acclaimed O(verly) D(edicated) mix tape in 2010, a 2011 digital album Section.80, released under Top Dawg Entertainment, good kid, m. A.A.d city on October 22, 2012, and most recently his newest album To Pimp A Butterfly on March 16, 2015


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  • fee_lipe

    Congrats on your first #1, king <3

    Yesterday 11:41am Reply
  • fee_lipe

    He made it better fucktard [2]

    Yesterday 11:40am Reply
  • Kunteuse

    You ruined Bad Blood you monster <--- He made it better fucktard

    Yesterday 3:15am Reply
  • MelonHCST

    You ruined Bad Blood you monster

    26 May 10:33am Reply
  • C2H5OHlife

    Partynauseous (feat. Lady Gaga) <3 [2]

    25 May 10:13am Reply
  • Tyronelaminator

    I remember you was conflicted, misusing your influence. Sometimes i did the same....

    23 May 5:07pm Reply
  • hilikus_421

    prove that you dont have to make always straight forward music to get respect

    23 May 2:17pm Reply
  • Pericott

    Partynauseous (feat. Lady Gaga) <3

    21 May 4:58am Reply
  • Indie-Addy - Untitled (The Colbert Report Live)

    20 May 11:33pm Reply
  • quentin_L4


    19 May 9:07pm Reply
  • Chimino

    I haven't listened to hip-hop seriously since the 1990s, but this guy may draw me back.

    18 May 11:11pm Reply
  • IanThrash

    i cant get over the fact that one of the most popular and revered albums of the year is socially aware lyrically, it includes spoken word over free jazz, a live version including an argument with the crowd and one of the most strange and profound closing tracks in years. must be so boring to be one of those "duuuh good music is dead " kids

    18 May 8:29pm Reply
  • IanThrash

    the lyrics and overall tone of the last 5 songs including the epic outro flow like a marvel, this album deserves all the praise

    18 May 8:27pm Reply
  • iZZidane

    Critics want to mention that they miss when Hip Hop was rapping, motherfucker, if you did then Killer Mike'd be platinum.

    18 May 2:31pm Reply
  • PetitSagittaire

    lol why this generation feels like everything needs to be rated just chill and give thanks for all the amazing work [4]

    17 May 6:01pm Reply
  • eatmangos

    there's so much more to discuss about tpab and you guys are just swimming at the surface

    17 May 5:44am Reply
  • eatmangos

    lol why this generation feels like everything needs to be rated just chill and give thanks for all the amazing work

    17 May 5:40am Reply
  • VerbalImaginary

    To Pimp a Butterfly is really fantastic but is it wrong that I like GKMC better?

    14 May 8:07am Reply
  • BonnyBear-x2

    get ur ass to israel

    13 May 10:45am Reply
  • KingNoCrown

    Sorry, but few albums in hip hop history can touch TPAB. Just be glad you got to watch it happen in front of your eyes and cherish it. This is something special hip hop fans will remember, like old heads debating on 90s classics today, we'll talk about TPAB 10-20 years from now.

    13 May 12:37am Reply
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