Kick it to the INFAMOUS Kendrick Lamar Mixtapes
It’s time to be in the know listen to the Kendrick Lamar Mixtapes! The INFAMOUS Kendrick Lamar Mixtapes have set a rock solid foundation to launch his career from. Below are tons and tons of tracks that will surely keep you itching for his first debut album that is set to come out later this year! Kendrick’s first mixtape was released when he was 17 and even then he was spitting fire and his talent was ever present. Now he is just lighting it up, but any true fan knows, it’s all about the mixtapes that got their favorite rapper into the game in the first place. These mixtapes are some of the best in the industry and could even been considered albums to some.
The First Kendrick Lamar Mixtape: Training Day (2005)
In 2005, Compton based Kendrick Lamar, aka K.Dot was age 17 released Training Day. You can see his emerging abilities even at this young age. The tape is definetly worth a listen. He pretty much jumps on a TON of classic beats, which is sure to make any fan of hip-hop fall in love. There are even apperiences from Punch and Jay Rock.
Kendrick Lamar Mixtape – C4 – 2009
Back in 2009, Kendrick released C4 inspired by Lil’ Wayne’s 2008 album The Carter 3 which comprises mainly of freestyles over instrumentals from Wayne’s album in addition to a number of original tracks. Kendrick’s re imagination of Wayne’s album is very insightful to listen to as well as the evolution of his style. Such different artists but such awesome music.
The Kendrick Lamar EP
Out of his K.Dot phase in his life, Kendrick embraced his name and came out with the Kendrick Lamar EP. It is a solid yet evolutionary endeavor sure to not let his fans down.
Interested in more from Kendrick? Check out his album page here: Kendrick Lamar Albums.