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Frank Ocean and Andre 3000 take turns flying “Solo”

Every time an artist releases a followup to an acclaimed breakout album, the early adopters are quick to churn out arbitrary comparisons. You see it everywhere. Kendrick Lamar raps in a languid, tearful voice on “u”? Better compare it to his voice-crackingly manic verse on “m.A.A.d City”. The... Continue reading

FYF Fest 2016: The Best and the Worst

Overall, this year's edition of FYF Fest was a smashing success. The lineup was killer, the headliners (especially Grace Jones and Kendrick Lamar) more than lived up to the hype, the weather cooperated, and some logistical issues from previous years — especially the long (long) walk between stages — were...

Festival Review: FYF Fest 2016’s 10 Best Sets

Grace Jones, Kendrick Lamar, and Blood Orange highlighted a must-see weekend in LA.

FYF Fest 2016 – Day 1 pics

Air, Alex G, Classixx, DIIV, Explosions in the Sky, Head Wound City, Hop Along, Hot Chip, Jagwar Ma, Junior Boys, Kamaiyah, Kelela, Kendrick Lamar, Moby, Museum of Love, Peter Bjorn & John, Sheer Mag, Shellac, Tame Impala, Ty Segall & The Muggers, Vince Staples, Wolf Parade, and more in our first set of photos from FYF. Continue reading…

Watch Isaiah Rashad Join Kendrick Lamar Onstage for “Free Lunch” at FYF Fest

Isaiah Rashad joined Kendrick Lamar during Lamar’s headlining set at FYF Fest in Los Angeles last night, performing his song “Free Lunch.” Watch it go down below. “Free Lunch” is taken from Rashad’s recently-announced album The Sun’s Tirade. It’s out September 2 via Top Dawg Entertainment. Read our Rising feature on Isaiah Rashad.

Kendrick Lamar Comes Home to Headline FYF Fest, Stronger Than Ever

Kendrick Lamar FYF Fest Aug. 27, 2016 "This is classic shit for a classic motherfuckin' city, ya dig?" Kendrick Lamar declared during "These Walls," one of a dozen or more highlights during an electrifying headlining set at the FYF Fest in Exposition Park. He was probably referring to that particular,...

Watch Kendrick Lamar Bring Out Isaiah Rashad At FYF Fest

Isaiah Rashad officially announced his proper debut album The Sun’s Tirade on Friday. Last night, during Kendrick Lamar’s headlining set at LA’s FYF Fest, Rashad joined his TDE brother-in-arms onstage to perform his new single “Free Lunch,” with Kendrick serving as his hypeman. Watch below.

Kendrick Lamar thrills an adoring hometown crowd - and conquers at least one skeptic at FYF Fest

For a superstar, coming home means being embraced by those who’ve loved you longest. But it can also mean encountering those who remember that you weren’t always a superstar. That’s what Kendrick Lamar was reminded of Saturday night at FYF Fest when the celebrated Compton rapper briefly got into...

Watch: Babyfather - “Skywalker Freestyle”

"I don't think marching, listening to Kendrick Lamar on Oxford St., is really gonna solve it." – Dean Blunt

Watch: Babyfather - “Skywalker Freestyle”

“I don’t think marching, listening to Kendrick Lamar on Oxford St., is really gonna solve it.” – Dean Blunt As Babyfather step on (a presumably non-floating) stage today for Flux Festival in Denmark, the group has released a video for their new track, “Skywalker Freestyle.” It’s fucking good. Show More Summary

a FYF Fest guide (more than LCD, Grimes, Kendrick, Tame Impala & Beach House)

It's got Kendrick Lamar, LCD Soundsystem, Tame Impala, Grimes, Beach House, Father John Misty and more. We’re very excited to see those artists, but FYF’s lineup also has a ton of slightly-less-obvious stuff we want to see too. So we put together a guide of some artists we can’t miss this weekend. Continue reading…

How Beyoncé and Kendrick Lamar Reflected Black Lives Matter

Since he made his name at The Village Voice in the 1980s, Greg Tate has been one of America’s foremost writers on black music and the myriad ways in which culture collides with social and political movements. His 1992 anthology, Flyboy in the Buttermilk: Essays on Contemporary America, is one ... More »

Papoose – Holy Key

Papoose jumps on the instrumental from “Holy Key”, that Kendrick Lamar/Big Sean cut off DJ Khaled’s album. Listen below. Previously: Papoose – All The Way Up Freestyle

Frank Ocean's Blonde Credits Bowie, Kanye, Jamie xx, Kendrick Lamar, the Beatles, More

Days after the surprise visual album Endless, Frank Ocean has released Blonde, the long, long, long-awaited follow-up to Channel Orange. Like the visual album Endless, Blonde—formerly known as Boys Don’t Cry—is packed with collaborators. Show More Summary

The Sweetest Debut: Hanif Willis-Abdurraqib on ‘The Wire’, Zora Neale Hurston, and Kendrick Lamar

Welcome to the Sweetest Debut, a new and regular installment in which we reach out to debut (or near-debut, we’re flexible!) fiction, poetry and nonfiction authors working with presses of all sizes and find out about their pop culture...Show More Summary

Here's All The Food That's Going To Be At FYF Fest

Something to keep you from going hungry while you wait for Kendrick Lamar. [ more › ]

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