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Kendrick Lamar Is Dominating The Grammys

At the 65th Grammy Awards, the winner of the "Best Rap Album" category is Kendrick Lamar for Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers. Wearing a blue pgLang and Los Angeles Dodgers baseball cap and sunglasses, Kendrick accepted the award from 2019 category winner Cardi B. He thanked his family and fans for... Read more

The 15 Best Rap Albums Of 2022

As 2022 winds down, it comes time to celebrate the best in Hip-Hop music. As is tradition, the Ambrosia For Heads team weighs in on our opinion of the year's best albums. This list of 15 includes some comeback performances, significant sequel efforts, and collaborative tandems. The collection of LPs also shows... Read more

Kendrick Lamar’s Video Shows 5 Years In 2 Minutes

The same day his friend and former label-mate Ab-Soul releases his first album in over six years, Kendrick Lamar steps forth with the latest music video from this year's Mr. Morale and The Big Steppers. The short-notice release is for "Count Me Out," the opening from the second half of... Read more

Kendrick Lamar Celebrates His Grammy Noms By Showing He’s Already Won

Yesterday (November 15), the 2023 Grammy nominations were announced. Kendrick Lamar received eight nominations ahead of the 65th annual Grammys taking place February 5, 2023 on CBS. Only bested by Beyoncé's nine noms, K-Dot has received consideration in categories ranging from "Album Of The Year," "Song Of The Year," "Record... Read more

Kendrick Lamar Explains His Internal Conflict With Releasing Mr. Morale

Kendrick Lamar has been relatively quiet surrounding his 2022 double album, Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers. A decade after his major label debut, good kid, m.A.A.d city, and over 15 years into a professional recording career, the award-winning music superstar chose now to unpack his most personal collection of songs... Read more

Kendrick Lamar’s New Video Shows A Brutal Argument Unfold

Over three months after releasing his double album Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers, Kendrick Lamar has just dropped a visual to an unlikely song. "We Cry Together" is one of the most dramatic parts of the Mr. Morale album, centered around a relationship argument and breakdown. In a short film... Read more

Eminem Has Quietly Become 1 Of Hip-Hop’s Biggest Activists

On Sunday night (February 13), Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar, and Eminem put on a Super Bowl halftime show for the ages (embedded below). 50 Cent and Anderson .Paak also appeared as Dre's latest comeback campaign resulted in the biggest concert of his 35-plus-year-career. Although Dre... Read more