This week, Kendrick Lamar invited a concertgoer onstage to Rap the lyrics to his good kid, m.A.A.d city cut, “m.A.A.d city.” Upon taking the stage, the fan forgot the lyrics to the song and proceeded to Rap his own freestyle. Elsewhere this week, Snoop Dogg released his latest single “I’m From Long Beach” and lastly, Freddie Gibbs discussed being compared to the late Tupac Shakur in an exclusive interview with HipHopDX.
Kendrick Lamar Invites Fan Onstage To Rap “m.A.A.d city” Lyrics; Fan Raps Own Freestyle
During his set at Houston’s Day for Night festival last weekend, Kendrick Lamar invited a concertgoer onstage to perform the lyrics to his 2012 song, “m.A.A.d city.” Once onstage, the fan, who goes by the name of Corporate Dough, forgot the lyrics to the song so proceeded to Rap his own freestyle for those in attendance. The incident was caught on camera and footage was subsequently uploaded to YouTube.
Snoop Dogg Releases New Single “I’m From Long Beach”
Snoop Dogg dropped off his new single, “I’m From Long Beach,” earlier this week. As the title suggests, the song is dedicated to Snoop’s hometown of Long Beach, California and comes just shy of two months after the release of his mixtape, LBC Movement Presents: Beach City – an entire project dedicated to his native city.
Freddie Gibbs Discusses Tupac Comparisons & Rick Ross Calls Himself “A Global Sex Icon”
In the DX Daily published Wednesday (December 23), Freddie Gibbs spoke on being compared to the late Tupac Shakur in an exclusive interview with HipHopDX’s Editor-in-Chief, Justin Hunte. Elsewhere in the same DX Daily, host Soren Baker discussed Rick Ross proclaiming himself as a “global sex icon” and lastly, HipHopDX’s Senior Features Writer Ural Garrett spoke with Darlene Ortiz about why she decided to write the book, THE DEFINITION OF DOWN: My Life with Ice T and the Birth of Hip Hop.
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