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New Music: Tony Yayo f/Beanie Sigel – Bad Guy

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Video: Glamrock Brothers & Sunloverz f/Nightcrawlers – Push The Feeling On

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Video: Rick Ross f/T.I. – Bury Me A G

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Video: DCAB – Fly Times

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New Music: Main Attrakionz – Cloud Body

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Video: Ria Ritchie – Something About You

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Video: Rochelle Jordan – Shotgun

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New Music: Tiësto & Allure – Pair of Dice

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New Music: J. Pinder f/Musiq Soulchild – Lenore

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Kendrick Lamar Shares Best Advice Dr. Dre’s Ever Given Him and Strategy for Recording Debut Album

9 October, 2012 at 4:18 pm

Kendrick Lamar’s debut album “good kid, m.A.A.d city” is about to drop October 22. He’s currently on a nationwide tour before the release of the album. Before his performance at Fall Frenzy in Pozo, Calf., he catches up with Yulia from Rico and Mambo Morning Show on Q104.7.

Kendrick shares the best advice he’s gotten from Dr. Dre saying  “Keep the passion for the music.”  Adding, “Because so many people lose passion and everything is starting to be about a dollar and that’s when you know the value of the music goes down.”

He also shares his strategy for recording “good kid, m.A.A.d city” going into detail about how he wanted the album to sound as natural as possible, “Really just being natural and organic and do what feels right to me. I really didn’t want to have no rules as far as how a debut album should go. Just really wanted everything to come out as natural and flow as possible as far as what I’m talking about. It was an easy process. I just had to get in there and execute.”

To all the up and coming artist who want to one day be successful he gives this advice, “Make sure you’re dedicated. Cuz doing it half ass ain’t going to get you nowhere. And if it do get you somewhere you ain’t going to be there too long. You gotta make sure you’re really dedicated to the music.”


9 October, 2012 at 12:33 pm