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APR 19, 2015

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Kendrick Lamar Says That Earl Sweatshirt is His Favorite Artist Right Now
1 day ago
Although he may he somewhat ubiquitous in the media right now, Compton rapper Kendrick Lamar is a seldom user of any social media outlet. The To Pimp A Butterfly mastermind does have Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, however, the profiles are more to just to keep up his presence rather than for regular updating. Nevertheless, today Lamar hopped online, with a little convincing from TDE CEO Anthony Tiffith, to chat about a few different topics. In a short Twitter dialogue, Kendrick discussed his current favorite rapper, Earl Sweatshirt, his opinion on Lil Wayne, and, about the possibility of a To Pimp A Butterfly tour. (Read More)

Kanye West Covers Time Magazine’s ‘100 Most Influential People’ Issue
1 day ago
Elon Musk: Kanye West would be the first person to tell you he belongs on this list. The dude doesn’t believe in false modesty, and he shouldn’t. Kanye’s belief in himself and his incredible tenacity—he performed his first single with his jaw wired shut—got him to where he is today. And he fought for his place in the cultural pantheon with a purpose. In his debut album, over a decade ago, Kanye issued what amounted to a social critique and a call to arms (with a beat): “We rappers is role models: we rap, we don’t think.” But Kanye does think. Constantly. About everything. And he wants everybody else to do the same: to engage, question, push boundaries. Now that he’s a pop-culture juggernaut, he has the platform to achieve just that. He’s not afraid of being judged or ridiculed in the process. Kanye’s been playing the long game all along, and we’re only just beginning to see why. (Read More)

The Dream and JAY Z Are Starting An “Art Label” Together
3 days ago
Jay - Z: “Yeah, we’re building Contra Paris, which is an art label. It’s about art overall, period. Anything that’s art, we’re trying to get into. I have a lot of people hitting me on Instagram, guys and girls, that are trying to fuse music with their culture. Whatever that culture is, as long as it’s art.” (Read More)

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