Kendrick Lamar, Sam Smith, and U2 will perform at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards at New York’s Madison Square Garden on 1/28. Kendrick, who is up for seven awards including album of the year, will open the show, according to sources. More »
Jay Rock took it easy and stuck to features after his motorcycle accident in 2016. But last month he returned to the spotlight at Top Dawg Entertainment’s annual Christmas concert, and today he helms “King’s Dead,” a new track featuring Future, TDE counterpart Kendrick … More »
As Dover, Delaware’s Firefly Music Festival prepares to descend upon the Dover International Speedway for its seventh iteration come June 14–17, festival organizers have released the event’s lineup, revealing Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, Arctic Monkeys, and The Killers as Firefly’s 2018 headliners. This will be the first year in Firefly history that the festival will have two hip hop headliners. Also contributing to event history are The Killers, the rock band — headliners of the inaugural Firefly Music Festival back in 2010 — charting the record for the most headlining appearances.
Passes to the festival will go on sale Friday, January 12 at 10 AM ET. GA passes will start at $269, while VIP and Super VIP will begin at $749 and $2,499, respectively. Those interested in attending Firefly’s seventh year can purchase passes here.
Lineups have been slinging on a daily basis for 2018 festivals and today we have been delivered one of the best ones yet. The Firefly Music Festival is set to return to Dover, Deleware form June 14th-17th and they are bringing heavier heat than ever before. Aside from delivering and insanely diverse lineup, the Electronic
The new Marvel movie Black Panther is coming to theaters next month, and it’ll have a soundtrack that Kendrick Lamar co-produced with his TDE label boss Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith. We’ve already heard Kendrick’s SZA collab “All The Stars,” the first single from that soundtrack. And at the beginning of last night’s College Football … More »
Kendrick Lamar performed at halftime of the College Football Playoff National Championship Game between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Alabama Crimson Tide in Atlanta tonight. Notably, it was the first-ever halftime show performance in college championship game history. He did “DNA.,” “ELEMENT.,” and “HUMBLE.” before closing with “All The Stars,” his new collaboration with … More »
TDE siblings Kendrick Lamar and SZA are two of hip hop’s most globally acclaimed figures. The former’s discography is widely recognized as the most critically sound body of work in hip hop’s vast history — not undue to the chart topping release of DAMN.back in April — and the latter’s critical masterpiece, Ctrl,solidified her as one of the genre’s most inventive rising artists.
Marvel Studios’ film Black Panther comes out in theaters February 16th, 2018, Kendrick Lamar set to write, produce and curate the soundtrack for the Ryan Coogler-directed film. “Marvel Studios’ Black Panther is amazing, from its cast to its director. The magnitude of this film showcases a great marriage of art and culture” reads a press release from Lamar, “I’m truly honored to contribute my knowledge of producing sound and writing music alongside Ryan and Marvel’s vision.”
The collaborative single “All The Stars” marks the first released track from the film’s soundtrack and sees Lamar and SZA fuse an invigorating pop chorus along with two standout solo verses. The track is sure to enrapture fans and provide a bit of viral hype leading up to the films release next month.
TDE labelmates Kendrick Lamar and SZA both had huge years in 2017, with Kendrick cementing his spot atop the rap hierarchy and SZA becoming the first new honest-to-god R&B star we’ve seen in a while. And both of them released two of the best albums of the year. So it’s very cool to see them … More »