Top Dawg Entertainment recording artist Jay Rock is said to be recovering from a motorcycle accident after being involved in a crash Monday (Feb. 15) evening. Although there has not been an official report of the Watts rapper’s specific injuries, it appears he will pull through.
Suge Knight knew he’d have to answer for the slander he flung upon Kendrick Lamar, The Game and mainly Jimmy Iovine’s Interscope Records sooner than later.
In continuation with his sturdy “Man of the Year“ crusade, TDE’s very own puff daddy, ScHoolboy Q has given his Oxymoron baby a couple of faces to match the name and date.
If you paid close attention to The Top Albums of 2013, you would notice a glaring omission as far as the who’s who’s of today are concerned.
Yesterday, TDE CEO Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith expressed disdain for what he perceived to be negative racial implications in GQ‘s cover story on Kendrick Lamar. Less than 24 hours later, the magazine’s EIC, Jim Nelson, has delivered a statement on gq.com defending his writer.
Top Dawg Entertainment has never had any qualms addressing the media or going to bat for their squad. In lieu of Kendrick Lamar’s recent GQ cover, the Californian Hip-Hop label should feel on the top of the world. Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith seems to feel differently, however.
The rise of West Coast record label Top Dawg Entertainment is no doubt attributed to the success of its breakout artist, Kendrick Lamar. TDE’s CEO Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith has been a mysterious figure, but the shroud gets lifted in a recent interview where the executive talks signing K-Dot, Jay Rock‘s Warner Bros. deal and […]
You had to know that Kendrick Lamar’s Dr. Dre connection was going to come in handy. The Fader reports that the “HiiiPower” rapper and his Black Hippy brethren (ScHoolboy Q, Ab-Soul and Jay Rock) have signed a deal to formally align their rhyme powers with Aftermath and Interscope Records. The joint venture is actually between […]