We brought Kendrick through Texas back in October for his only shows following the release of his critically acclaimed debut album, good kid m.A.A.d. city, but unfortunately we had to postpone Kendrick's Houston show. We've been working with TDE since we brought Kendrick to Texas for the first time back in February 2011 so we knew we had to do something big for H-Town. Kendrick's Warehouse Live show sold out over a month in advance so we added a second at House of Blues with Jhene Aiko. It wasn't long before the second show sold out, gaining enough attention to have an article written in the New York Times about the company. It truly was a unique experience for every fan in attendance and you can now re-live it with this video recap of the incredible evening. - Scoremore.
The legendary stoners deliver a visual for the first single off their upcoming collaborative project.
The Chicago legend drops a pair of new freestyles.
Six tracks with features from Freeway and One Be Lo.
The Happy Perez-produced track will not be featured on the Jet Life emcee's Steak X Shrimp 2.
It's a Street Fam reunion.
Dude you're not a king, you're just Rodney.