In case you were still wondering what “the yams” were, K. Dot’s new video is here to answer all inquiries. To Pimp A Butterfly is incredible, and if you haven’t heard it by now, then you should cop it here.
For all of those who were wondering where the samples from Kendrick’s insanely dope album To Pimp A Butterfly came from, Run P. put together all of them in one convenient, downloadable package. Peep the history below.
Damn. Just…damn. Fresh off of his Grammy wins, TDE & King Kendrick decided to remind y’all what you’ve been waiting for. While there still is no release date or even a title for his upcoming album, this track should be more than enough to raise the anticipation to a fever pitch. Stop reading and press play.
In what was stated as the last music performance on the expiring show, Terrance Martin, Thundercat and even Bilal joined K. Dot to perform this new cut. No official word on the official title or release date of his next outing, but lord knows the fans are ready for it. Check it out above.
While there is still no official word on the title or release date on his upcoming album, K. Dot is still riding the wave of i’s popularity. I don’t blame him because this track is here to stay. Give it a watch above.
Emcees, take notes. Kendrick dances through instrumentals and drops stories, not bars, stories. K Dot effortlessly paints visuals in this freestyle on Power 106‘s Big Boy’s Neighborhood. With Kendrick dropping more and more audio for us, one can only anticipate that his sophomore project is underway.
K Dot goes in on the soulful single I, which is a chop up of The Isley Brothers That Lady. The release of this single makes you think the the follow up to good kid mAAd city has to be in the works. Stay tuned for any news on the Top Dawg’s follow up album. Enjoy!
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Check out this live performance from Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show last night.