After performing it live for the first time the other night, Q brought Kendrick and his single to television during yesterday’s broadcast of The Arsenio Hall Show. You can never have enough collard greens. After the jump, he performs “m.A.A.d city” and talks to Arsenio on his “Control” verse, Black Hippy and praises from Ice Cube and Pharrell.
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New York’s West Side Gallery was converted into a performance hall last night for FADER’s #uncapped music series. ScHoolboy Q was the event’s headliner and brought out Kendrick Lamar for their first performance of “Collard Greens”.
Hours ago, Pusha T released another track off his solo debut, My Name Is My Name. Although the song features lyrical foe, Kendrick Lamar, Pusha tells Rob Markman that the record has been in the works for years.
Before Kendrick commandeers Pusha’s core fans, he finds placement on this cut off My Name Is My Name. Produced by Nottz, there’s enough drug talk on this one to pique the DEA’s interest. Ugggk! Album drops October 8th. flex
6,000 fans packed Williamsburg Park in Brooklyn last night to see the king of both coasts, Kendrick Lamar. Before going into “m.A.A.d City”, he threw a subliminal jab at Meek Mill. Who’s next? Doot! Doot! Doot!
Pirus and Crips all got along today at Made In America. King Kendrick took over the Rocky stage and brought along his fellow Black Hippies Jay Rock, Ab-Soul, and ScHoolboy Q. The more, the merrier.
Drake still plans to do right and kill everything. In his Billboard cover story, he gives his thoughts on Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse and says he’s impervious to his attack.