Kendrick Lamar & Flying Lotus Cannot Be Caught Creatively (Audio)

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It’s been widely reported that Kendrick Lamar and Flying Lotus are hard at work. For each Southern California artist’s respective projects, the two prodigies are collaborating and finding a pocket that’s allegedly led to more than just casual “one-off’s.”

While the two are believed to have dabbled before, this is a breakthrough in releasing the product from arguably Hip-Hop’s reigning lyricist, and the leading purveyor of Jazz-Electronic.

The L.A. Leakers of Power 106 got their hands on “Never Catch Me.” With a mellow, jazzy background, this is an open forum for K-Dot to comment on “the darkness of man,” his “wonder years,” and his current high in Hip-Hop. With a style and approach that feels from Section.80, Lamar owns the moment with 2014 intel.

UPDATE: Available in CDQ, this quickly grabs as one of the most “high-powered” songs heard in some time…

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