The holidays are here, but Kendrick Lamar is still on the road for his fans, spreading that Hiii Power.
- Nov 27 – Bridgestone Arena Nashville, TN
- Nov 29 AmericanAirlines Arena Miami, FL
- Nov 30 Tampa Bay Times Forum Tampa, FL
- Dec 01 Philips Arena Atlanta, GA
- Dec 03 Sprint Center Kansas City, MO
- Dec 05 New Orleans Arena New Orleans, LA
- Dec 06 American Airlines Center Dallas, TX
- Dec 07 Toyota Center Houston, TX
- Dec 08 AT&T Center San Antonio, TX
- Dec 10 US Airways Center Phoenix, AZ
- Dec 17 United Center Chicago, IL
Kendrick Lamar – Rigamortis (Official Video)
Here’s the video for Rigamortis, which may not get you in the holiday mood, but it’s still a cool tune. If you agree, leave a comment or share this on Facebook. When it comes to Kendrick Lamar tracks, we can’t get enough.
Tis the season to be sporting a hoodie. And if you’re a Kendrick Lamar fan who loves Hiii Power, you’re going to enjoy wearing this good kid maad city hoodie whenever you go outside.
Good kid maad city
Here’s the whole album on YouTube if you’d like to check it out.
And be sure to check out our entire selection of Kendrick Lamar gear over at our shop. We have something for everyone – and they make great Christmas gifts. Just make sure you buy early so that they get there on time!
We have a lot of great new Kendrick Lamar fan content that you’re going to want to check out. It’s amazing how many people take Kendrick’s music and make it their own in some way. Be sure to let us know which ones you like the best from this week’s selection. Thanks!
Gentlemen Hall – Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe (Kendrick Lamar Cover)
This cover from a Kendrick Lamar fan is a LOT different than every other version of the song we’ve heard, but this is a good thing.
Love Game ft. Kendrick Lamar – Eminem (Drum Cover)
Here’s a drum cover of the new Kendrick Lamar and Eminem song. It’s not the best, but we wanted to know what you think about it.
Swimming Pools (Drank) – Kendrick Lamar Piano Cover (#2 Play Over by Khoa Nguyen)
Last but not least, we have another cover of Swimming Pools – this one done on a piano. This is a really odd version of Swimming Pools (Drank), but we think you’re going to like it. Be sure to leave a comment if you love it or hate it.
Yes, we’re going to bring up the recent GQ interview with Kendrick Lamar again. Over at The Atlantic, they asked whether Kendrick and TDE have a right to be upset with GQ magazine about the interview he did with them.
First, let’s look at one of the paragraphs in the original GQ interview:
Much of Kendrick’s music now is an attempt to transcend his ravaged world without separating himself from it in judgment, about somehow gaining control over his household’s chaos—some of his uncles were Crips, and his father was reportedly a Gangster Disciple in Chicago before moving to Compton—and over his neighborhood’s warped commitment to adolescent pride. It’s an ethos that extends to his crew. They have a seriousness of purpose, a rigorous discipline that can feel slightly monastic at times. Kendrick doesn’t smoke weed or drink booze. In the time I spent with him, I never witnessed anyone roll even the thinnest spider leg of a jay, nor did I see Kendrick so much as glance at the many, many girls around him.
Do you think there are racial overtones? Some seem to think so. GQ magazine has said they’re confused because they gave Kendrick Lamar their highest honor – putting him on the cover. Still, TDE management and others are saying that there’s a hidden layer to the interview if you look between the lines.
What do you think?