Fans of the full spectrum of West Coast hip-hop — from the early days of gangsta rap to the modern combined sounds of both conscious hip-hop and turn-up vibe emblematic of rap's modern era — got a special gift on April 3, courtesy of mash-up artist DJ Critical Hype. It's a classic case of something everyone desperately needed, but had no idea they wanted: Kendrick Lamar rapping over classic instrumental productions by the legendary Dr. The DAMN. Chronic mixtape's author Critical Hype previously caught buzz back in when he dropped a similar project meshing the works of Chance The Rapper and Kanye West. Taking a similar approach to Chance The Dropout , Critical Hype selected two artists from the same city whose individual works share influential roots and whose creative output draws a line of progress across the development of their city's signature sound. The search for the most appropriate mixes between Dre's instrumentals — which tend to be more up-tempo — and Lamar's double- and triple-timed versework, typically spit over slower beats, included digging through "60 to 70 Kendrick songs. Have A Google Home Device? Bandcamp Senior Editor Marcus J. Moore announced on March 22 that he has signed a deal with Touchstone Books to write the definitive cultural biography of GRAMMY-winning rapper Kendrick Lamar 's life, early career, and ultimate rise to fame. Moore announced the forthcoming documentary via Twitter, saying the book will be titled The Butterfly Effect: How Kendrick Lamar Ignited The Soul Of Black America and "detail his rise to rap stardom" and reflect on "his profound impact on a racially fraught America.
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