I had a feeling this was gonna be fresh. Dido's eerie voice from Eminem's "Stan" will always be mine (and most everyone's) first association with the British singer, but she's coming back with a brand new single and tabs Kendrick Lamar for that dope new feature. This one's nice from beginning to end - an instant *Tibs Fav.
This was already one of the more solid tracks from Cruel Summer to me, and I was always curious why 2 Chainz was even on the song with such a short verse. This was a good come back and 2 Chainz did his thing by himself.
I bet this is a real surprise, I have a Big Boi track in my Top 5(internet sarcasim). Once again Big Boi delivers, to bad this one didn't make the final cut, but I will be adding it to my iPod none the less.
Having Kendrick Lamar on your album has become as important to rappers as a Stove to a chef. Even though only on the hook I think most people will attract to the song because they'll see featuring Kendrick Lamar. Dope song regardless, and Scarface is still a beast even after not releasing much in the past.
If you had to pick one Rookie of the Year in hip hop this year, how couldn't it be Kendrick Lamar? The Source crowns the Los Angeles emcee for the cover of their ROY issue, seen above with photoshoot footage seen below. This is also right in line with my Kyrie Irving comparison in the NBA Awards I did at the top of this season!