Kendrick Lamar

Why Kendrick Lamar Is Having The Best Week Ever

Kendrick Lamar is having a whirlwind week. On Saturday, February 13th, the Compton native was honored by Mayor Aja Brown with the key to the city. Thousands showed up in Lamar’s honor, which is a testament to his selfless commitment to bettering his community.

Top 9 moments that had “Black Twitter” Wired Up in 2015

Everything is better with memes and when you think about the Meek Mill vs. Drake beef you can’t help but think of the jokes that followed. The beef started when rapper Meek Mill aka “Mr. Twitter Fingers” started a series of tweets aimed at rapper Drake for allegedly using a ghostwriter.

Kendrick Lamar Says ‘Compton is Number One’

Mayor Aja Brown, the City of Compton and over 10,000 parade spectators welcomed home 2016 multiple Grammy nominee rapper Kendrick Lamar as the grand marshal of the 63rd Annual Compton Christmas Parade held Saturday, December 12. Thousands lined Compton Boulevard between Bullis Road and Alameda Street to catch a glimpse of the Compton native who rode in a 1964 Chevrolet Impala with his fiancé Whitney Alford by his side stopping at one point to tell the the crowd “Compton is number one!”

Kendrick Lamar Announced as 2015 Grand Marshal of Compton Christmas Parade

 63rd annual Christmas Parade to take place Sat. Dec. 12 Rapper Kendrick Lamar, who is the leading nominee for the 2016 GRAMMY awards with 11 nominations, including album of the year for “To Pimp a Butterfly” and song of the year for “Alright”, was announced recently as the 2015 Compton Christmas Parade Grand Marshal. Lamar, 28, won Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance for his song “I” at the 2015 Grammy awards. In May, Lamar received the California State Senate’s “Generational Icon Award” from State Senator Isadore Hall III (D–Compton) who represents California’s 35th district. From the senate floor,