Rumors claiming that Kendrick Lamar took his rap skills and left TDE have been circulating all over Hip-Hop timelines. The mysterious rapper decided it was time to respond to those claims.


Esports is the wave, and everyone wants in, especially the Hip-Hop community. TDE founder  Anthony "Top Dawg" Tiffith is the latest big-name from the musical genre throw his hat into the growing form of sports competition.


Kendrick Lamar last dropped a full-length project in April 2017, a virtual lifetime in today’s microwave climate so chatter that the Compton MC was soon to release something made some sense. However, K-Dot’s TDE boss Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith says that a new record is NOT coming soon.


Spotify was both praised and criticized for its decision to implement a “hateful conduct” policy against artists that it singled out as purveyors of such. The company has since walked back the policy and TDE founder Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith was among the many label chiefs and music figures to threaten to pull its music […]

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Kendrick Lamar and Anthony "Top Dawg" Tiffith grace the cover of Billboard magazine for its 2017 Hip-Hop Power Players issue.


Troy Ave has found another way to take a capital L. This time it’s for lying about almost signing to TDE.

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Anthony “Top Dawg” Griffith responds to fans feeling mislead by Kendrick Lamar’s April 7 announcement.


Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith just made everyone’s year in confirming the 2017 releases from his uber-talented label.


Top Dawg Entertainment founder Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith just posted on Instagram how much he’s paying for tickets to Kobe Bryant’s last game. Hint: there are cars that cost less.

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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.

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The unceremonious rollout of Kendrick Lamar’s highly anticipated album, To Pimp a Butterfly, has set off Top Dawg Entertainment CEO Anthony Tiffith in the worst way imaginable.

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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.