At Molly’s funeral service, Kendrick washes away his sins in a pool full of liquor in his new video featuring Pastor Mike Epps. good kid, m.A.A.d city is available here. Amen.
UPDATE: Extended version with a preview of a new ScHoolboy Q track.
Kendrick took time out during his tour to reward the students at Mount Pleasant High School in Rhode Island for their attendance. As part of the “Get Schooled” program, K-Dot served as their principal for the day.
“Without education you don’t have anything,” said Kendrick, who was a 4.0 student at Centennial High School in L.A. and was the first in his family to graduate from high school. “My teachers were great positive influences in my life. My middle school English teacher was probably the reason I became a rapper. He used to encourage me to write poetry and would challenge me, which helped me improve my vocabulary and made me enjoy writing.”
Hot 97′s 20th annual Summer Jam concert is going down at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ on Sunday, June 2. Acts for the main stage include Chris Brown, Wu-Tang Clan, Wale, Kendrick Lamar, Fabolous, Miguel, A$AP Rocky, French Montana, and Joe Budden. Purchase the tickets here.
Kendrick’s college tour continued last night at North Carolina A&T in Greensboro. During his set, he brought out the home state’s very own for a performance of “Power Trip”.
Kendrick let the cameras roll at the Holy house for his
baptism next video. With comedian pastor Mike Epps and Juicy J expected to make cameos, here’s filmage of the shoot.
Last night, EA Sports honored NFL Hall of Famer Barry Sanders for the next and 25th cover of Madden. Here’s the evening recap highlighting the event’s musical guest, Kendrick Lamar, ya bish.