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Kendrick Lamar announces vinyl release for To Pimp A Butterfly, nation breathes long-awaited sigh of relief

Earlier this year, Kendrick Lamar released his ridiculously anticipated new album To Pimp A Butterfly. Duh. Of course. You know this. You also know that it pretty much solved every problem, cured every disease, and brought the dead back to life. Show More Summary

Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly to be released on vinyl this fall

Seven months after its initial release, the album's finally getting the wax treatment it deserves.

The Baby & the Butterfly: How Struggles Help Your Child Grow

Babies enter into the world utterly dependent on their caregivers. Long days, sleepless nights, and year upon year of loving, playing, feeding, bathing, changing, soothing, teaching, re-teaching, and abundant nurturing are spent by parents, as we help our children meet their daily needs and overcome life's new challenges. Show More Summary

Top 10 CleanTechnica Stories of the Week

Check these top solar, EV, storage, and energy efficiency stories out if you missed them, and be sure to dive into the comments, too! New Tesla Model 3 Rumors (via Gas2) Butterfly Flaps Its Wings, Could Spark Solar Energy Progress Jaw-Dropping...Show More Summary

Butterflies may hold the secret to increasing solar output by 50 percent

The secret to cheaper, more efficient solar power may lie in the unassuming wings of the butterfly. The Cabbage White butterfly folds its wings in a v-shape in order to heat up their flight muscles before launching into the air. Scientists at the of by

Mos Def (Yasiin Bey) Joins Kendrick Lamar for "Alright" at Osheaga

Yasiin Bey photo via Instagram During Kendrick Lamar's headlining set at Osheaga, he brought out a special guest to freestyle over his To Pimp a Butterfly single "Alright". Yasiin Bey (fka Mos Def) came out and offered his spin on the song's chorus. Show More Summary

This Week's SATURDAY SHORTS: SciFi, Butterflies, and Pixelated Goodness!

Nothing Safer; Dreams of The Last Butterfles; Gunship; Nicolife: Episode 3 Read the full article on AICN Hello ladies and gentlemen, your pal Muldoon here with this week's selection of film films created by our fellow AICN readers. Hopefully...Show More Summary

Kendrick Lamar Is at His Multifaceted Best in the “For Free? (Interlude)” Music Video

Kendrick Lamar’s latest music video is for “For Free? (Interlude)?,” one of many brisk, virtuosic stretches on To Pimp a Butterfly in which the rapper unspools a thread of spoken-word brilliance while his band supplies some jazzy accompaniment. Show More Summary

Kendrick Lamar Delivers Manic Video for 'For Free? (Interlude)'

Rapper Kendrick Lamar continues to promote his celebrated album 'To Pimp a Butterfly' with a new video for “Be Free?” (Interlude), which is spoken word tune on the LP. Continue reading…

Watch Kendrick Lamar Run Amok in Playful 'For Free? (Interlude)' Video

Kendrick Lamar has dropped the new music video for "For Free? (Interlude)," a jazzy, Last Poets-inspired cut off the rapper's acclaimed To Pimp a Butterfly. Clocking in at just over two minutes, Lamar furiously packs plenty of amusing moments in this Joe Weil and the Little Homies-directed video as Lamar chases a...

Butterfly Flaps Its Wings, Sparks Solar Energy Breakthrough

Here's a new twist on the "butterfly effect" leading to more lightweight, compact concentrated systems for solar energy harvesting -- instead of hurricanes Butterfly Flaps Its Wings, Sparks Solar Energy Breakthrough was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.

Are Children More Like Butterflies or Crocodiles?

Children aren't miniature adults. Like butterflies, they go through dramatic changes to develop into amazing adults, and we need to respect that. The post Are Children More Like Butterflies or Crocodiles? appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Robert Glasper Will Make You Listen to More Jazz

Photo by Don Q Hannah, courtesy of Robert Glasper It's been a good year for jazz reaching into the mainstream: Releases like Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly, Ghostface Killah’s recent collaboration Sour Soul with Toronto jazz trio...Show More Summary

Pay For It: Kendrick Lamar Drops Hilarious And Creative New Video For TPAB Interlude “For Free” [Video]

Kendrick Lamar Drops “For Free” Interlude Music Video From To Pimp A Butterfly This. D. Ain’t FREEEEEE! Pure. Comedy. Can this kid do anything wrong? Image via VEVO

Video: Kendrick Lamar – For Free? (Interlude)

To Pimp a Butterfly is out now. Previously: Video: Jidenna ft. Kendrick Lamar – Classic Man (Remix)

Kendrick Lamar made a video for "For Free? (Interlude)"

photo: Kendrick Lamar at Sweetlife Fest 2015 (more by Mimi Hong) Following the video for "Alright" off Kendrick Lamar's incredible To Pimp A Butterfly, he's now made a video for "For Free? (Interlude)." It was directed by Joe Weil and...

Kendrick Lamar – “For Free?” Video

Kendrick Lamar just tweeted the video for To Pimp A Butterfly interlude “For Free?” Directed by Joe Weil & The Little Homies, it features a sometimes-costumed Kendrick humorously haunting a rich woman’s mansion while emitting rapid-fire wordplay. The two-minute track is one of the jazziest moments on the record: Tumbling percussion and blaring brass soundtrack […]

Kendrick Lamar Shares "For Free? (Interlude)" Video

Kendrick Lamar has shared a video for his To Pimp a Butterfly  cut "For Free? (Interlude). Directed by Joe Weil and the Little Homies, the video features K dot chasing a beautiful lady around a stately palace, informing her that "THIS...Show More Summary

A Staple for Butterfly Exhibits: The Rice Paper

4 days agoArts / Museums : Beyond Bones

One of the most distinctive and easily recognizable insects in the Cockrell Butterfly Center is the rice paper butterfly (Idea leuconoe), also known as the paper kite and the large tree nymph. All these common names allude to the rice … Continue reading ?

Making better solar panels by mimicking butterfly posture

From the UNIVERSITY OF EXETER Butterflies heat up the field of solar research The humble butterfly could hold the key to unlocking new techniques to make solar energy cheaper and more efficient, pioneering new research has shown. A team of experts from the University of Exeter has examined new techniques for generating photovoltaic (PV) energy…

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