Check out this new video by Kendrick Lamar. This guy has a future.
Check out the listing and production credit on Kendrick Lamar’s new album.
Kendrick Lamar will be releasing his highly anticipated good kid, m.A.A.d city album on October 22nd. We posted the tracklist a couple of weeks ago, now here’s a look at the production credits.
The Compton rapper has recruited Hit-Boy, Scoop DeVille, Terrace Martin, Just Blaze, Tha Bizness, Pharell, T-Minus, Tabu, Sounwave and more to provide beats for the project.
Tracklist and production credits
1. Sherane a.k.a Master Splinter’s Daughter (Prod. By Tha Bizness)
2. B*tch, Don’t Kill My Vibe (Prod. By Sounwave)
3. Backseat Freestyle (Prod. By Hit-Boy)
4. The Art Of Peer Pressure (Prod. By Tabu)
5. Money Trees (Feat. Jay Rock) (Prod. By DJ Dahi)
6. Poetic Justice (Feat. Drake) (Prod. By Scoop DeVille)
7. good kid (Prod. By Pharrell)
8. m.A.A.d city (Feat. MC Eiht) (Prod. By Sounwave & Terrace Martin)
9. Swimming Pools (Drank) (Extended Version) (Prod. By T-Minus)
10. Sing About Me (Prod. By Skhye Hutch + Sounwave) / I’m Dying Of Thirst (Prod. By Like of Pac Div)
11. Real (Feat. Anna Wise) (Prod. By Terrace Martin)
12. Compton (Feat. Dr. Dre) (Prod. By Just Blaze)
Deluxe Bonus Tracks:
13. The Recipe (Feat. Dr. Dre) (Prod. By Scoop DeVille)
14. Black Boy Fly (Prod. By Rahki & Dawaun Parker)
15. Now or Never (Feat. Mary J. Blige) (Prod. By Jack Splash)
16. Collect Calls
17. Swimming Pools (Drank) (Prod. By T-Minus)
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It’s amazing to think that 16 years after Tupac Shakur’s death a movie about his life hasn’t been brought to the big screen.
It appeared that a Morgan Creek Productions backed biopic would be the first scripted flick about the charismatic rapper who has reached legendary status. But a two-year legal battle between the company and Tupac’s mother, Afeni Shakur, delayed the project.
In February 2011 the two parties reached an agreement which seemed to clear the path for things to get underway.
Director Antoine Fuqua (“Training Day”) was picked to helm the movie, but Fuqua backed out because of trouble finding a suitable actor to play Tupac.
Since then there has been very little news about the Morgan Creek project. Now it looks like an indie director out of Houston might be attempting to beat Morgan Creek to the punch.
Noah Mortel has released a trailer for a Tupac movie. At the end of the clip it says the movie is coming out in 2013.
There’s virtually no other information online about Noah’s project other that the youtube trailer. His IMDB page doesn’t even have it listed as being in production.
So we have to ask ourselves is this real or fake?
Check out the trailer below and let us know what you think.
Kendrick Lamar’s new album Good Kid, M.A.A.d City will be released on October 22nd. To get fans even more hyped up than they already were he drops this Dr. Dre assisted, Just Blaze produced ode to his hometown of “Compton.”
We also get our first look at the album’s tracklist. Kendrick has enlisted the help of Jay Rock, Drake, MC Eiht, Dr. Dre, Mary. J. Blige and more for the project.
1. Sherane a.k.a Master Splinter’s Daughter
2. B****, Don’t Kill My Vibe
3. Backseat Freestyle
4. The Art of Peer Pressure
5. Money Trees Ft. Jay Rock
6. Poetic Justice Ft. Drake
7. good kid
8. m.A.A.d city Ft. MC Eiht
9. Swimming Pools (Drank) [Extended Version]
10. Sing About Me, I’m Dying of Thirst
11. Real Ft. Anna Wise
12. Compton Ft. Dr. Dre
13. The Recipe Ft. Dr. Dre
14. Black Boy Fly
15. Now or Never Ft. Mary J. Blige
16. Collect Calls
17. Swimming Pools (Drank) (Bonus)
HipHopNews24-7.com Exclusive — Is there a double standard between men tell all books and women tell all books?? Karrine “Superhead Steffans seems to think so. Wyclef Jean is currently hitting the media circuit with his new tell all book where he claims an affair with Lauryn Hill while he was a married man and Lauryn Hill ended up getting pregnant.
Wyclef claims Lauryn Hill was also sleeping with Rohan Marley at the time and the baby was actually Rohan’s. However, Lauryn Hill told Wyclef that her first born son was his and never admitted to sleeping with Rohan until later on.
Karrine Steffans Confessions of a Video Vixen spread like wildfire through the music industry in 2005-2006 when Steffans claims she was abused by her then-husband rapper, Kool G Rap.
The Video Vixen also claims she had sexual relationships with numerous famous music stars and athletes, including Jay-Z, Ja Rule, Bobby Brown, Dr. Dre, DMX, Xzibit, Diddy, Usher, Shaquille O’Neal and Irv Gotti.
Is there a double standard??? Karrine Steffans and HipHopNews24-7.com wants to know “Will you be mad at Wyclef like you were mad at Karrine???
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50 Cent sat down with The Breakfast club crew of DJ Envy, Charlamagne Tha God and Angela Yee today to talk about a subject that has the internet buzzing. That is his new boxing promotion company that he’s formed with Manny Pacquiao.
50 explained that it’s just business and that he and Floyd are still good friends.
“I look at Floyd like he’s my younger brother,” 50 said. “He earns so much that just spends it. Just run around and spend doing what he wants. So there’s no urgency to anything. Look. my concept of TMT is is the fight you wanna see. It’s Floyd and Manny Pacquiao. If actually building the company would keep Floyd conscious of what’s good for business as opposed to the ego. Then I could sacrifice the company putting them together.”
50 goes on to say that he could easily raise the $200 million that it would take to make the fight happen.
Tune in tomorrow for the full interview.
Dr. Dre worked closely with Tupac Shakur during his lifetime, knocking out numerous classic records. During an interview with Ice-T for his documentary Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap, the West Coast veteran recalled hitting the studio with ‘Pac, explaining that he would write his lyrics in the booth and lay down song after song.
“It was incredible. I remember being in the studio with Pac and he actually went into the mic booth to write, and I was like, OK, that’s different. So I’m in the control room and he writes the lyrics, ‘Aight, I’m ready!’ He spits ‘California Love,’ one or two takes. Like, ‘Aight, put the next thing up.’ And he would just sit in the booth, like ‘Put the next thing up!’ I think that’s why he has so many songs and so much material. He was incredible. A serious machine, a serious talent.”