Kendrick Lamar spent most of 2012 crafting his masterful debut album, good kid, m.a.a.d. city, before dropping it towards the end of the year. The release of good kid cemented Kendrick’s status as the Best Rapper Alive, and earned comparisons to other legends who jump-started their careers with unforgettable major-label debuts. It wasn’t just a great album, it was a great conceptual album with a storyline throughout—a Herculean hip-hop feat.
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In this episode, Detroit’s favorite DJ House Shoes talks about breaking the legendary J Dilla, almost dying in a carjacking on Mother’s Day, and reveals the real story behind Eminem and 8 Mile.
Slum Village returns with the street single “Forever” off their forthcoming album “Evolution” to be released in June.