nhhkt03cq938rpc2vmndKendrick Lamar has given the tracklist to his upcoming album titled “To Pimp a Butterfly”.

DJ Booth¬†got a hold of the tracklist for Kendrick’s album via UMG, which you can view below. There are no features are listed as of yet.

1.Wesley’s Theory
2.For Free? (Interlude)
3.King Kunta 4
5.These Walls
8.For Sale? (Interlude)
10.Hood Politics
11.How Much A Dollar Cost
13.The Blacker The Berry
14.You Ain’t Gotta Lie (Momma Said)
16.Mortal Man

The album is currently available for pre-order on iTunes now.


Ice Cube on the New NWA Movie on The Queen Latifah Show

One of hip hop’s most influential crews NWA may have a movie to tell their story on the main screen.

Ice Cube is in the works of casting for the movie that he will produce.

See possible cast here:


Kendrick Lamar – Control

If you know hip hop, I mean really know hip hop > music and how to read between the lines…. If so, then you were able to listen to this freestyle by Kendrick Lamar and know this is a reverse diss.

Who’s names he did not say are the one’s he did not give homage to….

Hip Hop is NOT dead > It’s just missing so many artists not given the light too many untalented motha fck’s get…. Kendrick Lamar is good, Lupe Fiasco is great, NAS is one of the best…. CHRIS NESS is an artist who needs the light (www.iamchrisness.com)!

Ready to see more talent in the mainstream light!


Cali Spring Tour

Cali Spring Tour

Curtin Young: Speaking of history: In Young’s case, he learned that Dre was his father as a pre-teen, and didn’t meet his dad until he was 21. “He’s an underdog, like me, so that always sticks out,” Jelly Roll says of Young. “The underdogs, we always come out on top. This is really his passion. If it’s your passion, then you get a chance to stick out further than most because it’s in you, not just what you think you can do.”

Aside from Young and rapper Joe Moses sharing the bill, the eight-city trek is providing a platform for a select number of up-and-coming artists including Chris Ness and Aunjel Adams to perform directly in front of the industry executives and tastemakers that they may not be able to reach under different circumstances. Among the names on the guest list included longtime music manager Steve Lobel (Run DMC, Iyaz, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, Eazy-E, Fat Joe, Three 6 Mafia) producer Jelly Roll (Snoop Dogg, DJ Quick, The Game, Xzibit), and Chris and Anita Pringle of independent record label, CM3.

I was invited alongside artists Chris Ness and Aunjel Adams to join the first show for the Spring Tour on March 28th, 2013 in Huntington Beach, Ca. This was a show that for sure is only going to open doors for artists looking for an avenue to show forth their talents. Stay tuned for the up & coming future events!