Kendrick Lamar, Tina Fey, David Byne, James Franco, and more pick their preferred Beatle.
Another year dominated by Kendrick Lamar and, to a lesser extent, his fellow Black Hippy members: ScHoolboy Q dropped a fantastic record with Oxymoron; Ab-Soul's These Days was kinda hit or miss, leaving something to be desired; and once again, Jay Rock dropped nothing more than some (delicious) bread crumbs. Show More Summary
“This that quantum jump and that fist pump and that bomb detonation.” Kendrick Lamar goes off in FlyLo’s single from his newest album You’re Dead! Director Hiro Murai matches the song with this beautiful music video.
Sounds like: Casey Veggies, Vic Mensa, Kendrick Lamar Song: Vince Staples - Limos What's so good? December is my favorite time of year for music. All the zeitgeists, listicles, best-ofs... It's a music enthusiast's heaven, especially when you get turned onto artists like Vince Staples. I'm late to the game, for sure. Show More Summary
Kendrick Lamar can easily be considered the most revered MC in the game…Continue
We’re at Peak Holiday Season, folks, and while the music doesn’t directly reflect that — well, one track kind of does — this week, with a new Kendrick Lamar cut, we’re busting through the fuzz and getting to what’s important. With the...Show More Summary
What do you get when you cross an evil Christmas elf, a Heisman winner, sex toys, and Kendrick Lamar? Why, you get this week's best TV, of course! Read on. The post This Week’s Best TV: The Hobbit Goes to The Office and Kendrick Lamar Rocks Colbert appeared first on WIRED.
Here’s a quick clip of Kendrick reciting an excerpt from his self-penned cover story for the new issue of XXL. This is a guy who is well on his way to becoming one of the biggest rappers in the world, yet he still manages to acknowledge and embrace his role as one of the lead […]
The Colbert Report will air its final episode on Thursday night (12/18), after which Stephen Colbert (the real person, not his Report persona) will begin prepping to take over for the retiring David Letterman sometime next year. Last night...
Get a peek at SNL's final host of the year, Amy Adams - Splitsider Who will win season 29 of Survivor? Here are predictions - BuddyTV Kendrick Lamar debuts a new song on The Colbert Report - HuffPost Entertainment Why action movies are...Show More Summary
Kendrick Lamar and the neo-soul avengers sent off ‘The Colbert Report’ as the final musical guests with an untitled song that was jazzy, soulful, and conscious.
Over the years, Stephen Colbert has had some pretty amazing musical guests — something he makes sure to mention to Kendrick Lamar during their interview! [ Video: Stephen Colbert Interviews Smaug The Dragon For His The Hobbit Themed Episode! ] But it's rare for anyone on such a highly viewed spot to take the risk of premiering [...]
Kendrick Lamar debuted an untitled new song during "The Colbert Report" on Tuesday night, capping the show’s nine-year run of musical guests with a devastating, slow-build track that equaled his memorable performance of “I” a few months back on "Saturday Night Live."
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Kendrick Lamar debuted a new song when he stopped by for an interview on the "Colbert Report" last night. The post Kendrick Lamar debuts new song on ‘Colbert Report’ appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results.
As we’ve mentioned multiple times before, The Colbert Report is
It's safe to say he's back at his fighting weight.