Kendrick Lamar On King Of NY Talk


Kendrick was in the rotten apple this past Sunday for the VMA’s. And while on the red carpet, he talked to Power 105.1’s Angela Yee about the controversy surrounding his verse and backlash from New York. Below, he talks to Big Boy’s neighborhood about the record.


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  • StarFox64

    why kendrick sound like he rapping swimming pools (drank) when he talk though??


  • mac DIESEL

    @ B.Dot


  • Midsize Jerm

    After participating in that Miley Cyrus train-wreck I lost all the extra respect I gained for him because of ‘Control’.

  • StarFox64

    exactly its not this fashion shit or dudes rapping like its the 90s thats gnna bring ny back , thts for sure…

  • ***CROMER BEATS***

    He said what had to be said to rejuvenate the game. Even if it was disrespectful. It woke people up to some degree.


  • Ra

    Don’t care about this topic anymore, could’ve been a culture changing moment in Hip Hop but the powers that be weren’t having it. Plus, some really creative & great responses weren’t appreciated because guys aren’t “relevant” TF? this is hip hop, a hot bar is a hot bar, mainstream relevance or not. Now, it’s business as usual, feed me the garbage till my ears get used to it, fck it, I’m ready to conform.

  • LMAO @ B. Dot running to his PC to post this 10 second mumbling dismissive answer w/a Power 105 bore while ignoring the fact that Kendrick Lamar will have a full interview w/the Fat Jew Peter Rosenberg tomorrow on Hot 97

    I personally can’t stand that self-entitled douchebag from Hot 97, but at least give credit where it’s due. Angela Yee & her terrible whiny voice asking less a question & giving more her shitty opinion to Kendrick (who looks uninterested) did NOT need to be posted.

    @p0is0nedkoola on Twitter
    See the bitch in you B Dot

  • pedro

    get off ny dick kendrick

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  • Black Shady

    My nigga aint worried about NOTHING!


  • JustMyOpinion

    Wait…..Did Yee just asked him that question as he’s standing between Atlantic & Flatbush Ave?

  • DAC miesel

    Been telling niggas what the “I’m the king of New York” line really meant. Guess people don’t really listen to lyrics anymore…

  • Stoner

    Now this shit’s about to kick off, this party looks wack
    Let’s take it back to straight hip-hop and start it from scratch
    I’m ’bout to bloody this track up, everybody get back
    That’s why my pen needs a pad cause my rhymes on the ra-hag…… Yupppppppppppppp…. Marshall…!!!

  • Theblackrushlinbaugh

    *yawn* the 5th member of Big Bang Theory!! Little nerd haha

  • fuck new york

    Fuck new york i remember when they shitted on the west n south. Wouldnt support no1 selfish hoes. Now they wack legends fell off new niggaz is trash. Ha fuck em n feed em fish new york is dead no1 want 2hear dat shit. Dj’s is bitches n dickridaz. Nas the only legend yall got n ny halfway support the nigga but stay sucking off gay z. Kendrick dat nigga tho

  • Kendrick woke up hip hop, point, blank period!

  • NovaKaine

    Honestly look around Kendrick said that Eminem new single is about lyricism
    What do they boths have in common hmmm Dre He trying to change the game

  • ZoomZoomDad-Otis

    There can only be 1 King of NY, and that’s 50. Period.

  • Tef

    @Ra, Your comment is so real that it fucking hurts B. For like 3 days, the energy in Hip Hop was crazy. Niggaz were hungry, and creative. Half of the responses were by cats that actually blacked out on the beat, 6 of which have actual major label deals and a recently dropped LP, but they weren’t “relevant enough”? Hip Hop is like the fucking prom now, it’s all popularity and votes. They sitting back waiting for cats he mentioned to respond, when they gettin’ money WITH this mufcka! How that look. If a spark like that can be lit in the game, and FANS are the ones that fck it up, I can’t roll with what Hip Hop stands for now. It sickens me to my stomach, I’m gonna go give those One Direction cats a listen or some sht.