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[Hip-Hop] Kendrick Lamar – The Art of Peer Pressure

Compton’s golden child Kendrick Lamar continues to pick up enormous amounts of momentum for the release of his upcoming album with Interscope Records as yet another powerful track hit the web late last night. “The Art of Peer Pressure” paints a vivid picture of an ever familiar story with the detailed and insightful commentary that only Kendrick can really pull off. Although the tale seems to be set in Lamar’s hometown, it is one that most can in some way relate to. While there hasn’t been official confirmation that this will be featured on his highly anticipated project, this cut fits nicely with the first single and the narrative we wold expect from its title, Good Kid m.A.A.d. City. Give this thought-provoking cut a listen below and make sure you grab a copy of the album on October 22nd.

’Kendrick Lamar – The Art of Peer Pressure’


Stream and download another cool new track featuring Kendrick, veteran Chi-town emcee Common and fellow Interscope artist Lloyd from DJ Drama‘s upcoming album, Quality Street Music, which you can grab over at iTunes next week.

’DJ Drama – My Way (feat. Common, Kendrick Lamar, and Lloyd) ‘
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[Freestyle] Slaughterhouse – Weight Scale

I Hate Pump It Up Though It’s My Only Hit…far from innocent, ya favorite rapper got a head nod/before he approaches check my temperament/I went sleepy hollow shit and got a CAT scan/go to Colorado right now and watch Batman.”

Even though Budden’s line of the Colorado shooting was a little premature, considering the incident happened less than a weekago, Slaughterhouse’s newly leaked single is a dope freestyle that shouldn’t be overlooked. Im not really one to brag or even get into freestyles but when this rap super-group dropped their new single “Weight Scale”, I couldn’t help but listen. After partnering with DJ Drama for the upcoming Gangsta Grillz mixtape, the quartet(Joell Ortiz, Joe Budden, Royce da 5’9, and Crooked I) spit sick bars over the slept on Nas “Nasty” instrumental. Although filled with plenty of flossin’ rap for this party track but the rappers do the beat justice and go hard verse after verse. Their upcoming Shady Records debut album Welcome to: Our House drops August 28th.

Weight Scale (Nasty Freestyle)’
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