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Stephen Bruner (bka Thundercat) will release his first solo material in two years next week on his old label, Brainfeeder, after having worked on two of the best-received records of 2015 so far: Kendrick Lamar’s
Flying Lotus blew minds with last year’s album You’re Dead!, but his unreleased records, including his various unheard Kendrick Lamar collabs, are just as legendary as the music he actually puts out. Last night, as
Compton born MC Kendrick Lamar’s latest release, To Pimp A Butterfly, was received with widespread critical acclaim. The album stands in sharp contrast to a majority of mainstream hip-hop deviating from traditional form and lyrical
When Flying Lotus interviewed Kendrick Lamar on BBC Radio 1 last night, they revealed a new song. It’s the third collaboration the two visionaries have shared after last year’s FlyLo gem “Never Catch Me” and
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