The second rendition of Free Mouth Friday folk tale has landed in Compton. Over 13 Grammys and several other prestigious accolades, Kendrick Lamar has wasted very little time becoming a true rap legend.
Friday Folk Tale
Determined AF, Kendrick dropped his first mixtape at 16.
Hub City Threat: Minor of the Year
Then known as K-Dot.
From there it didn’t take long for Compton icons like The Game and Jay Rock to take notice and link.
By 2009 he had dropped his K-Dot name and presented Kendrick Lamar. Around that same time Lil Wayne had dropped Carter III, and would later co-sign on Kendrick releasing his third mixtape “C4” that was themed around Wayne’s C3.
the rest is fucking history after this dropped.
good kid, m.A.A.d city
Tracks to never let slip through the cracks.
- “Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe”
- “Backseat Freestyle” (BANGER)
- “Money Trees”
- “Poetic Justice”
- “m.A.A.d city” YA YA YA
- “The Recipe” ft. Dr. Dre
All those tracks are iconic.
Northshore News representative, Adam Turni won best performance last week on F.M.F XI in SpreadQuarters. He will look to defend, and the easy money would go in his direction.
However, we could be in for a few surprises.
- Will Ben show up, or is he tired of 2nd place?
- Reaper is NOT in jail.
- Sid opening the lid?
- Ben Collier
- The Reaper
- Adam Turni
- Todd From WB
- Sid Vicious
- Seth Beer (still high?)
- Brady Morgan
- Keith Daigle
- Lil Skittle
May the best talent win.
or whoever Tommy Badeaux picks.