The culture of selling CDs hand-to-hand out of the trunk of a car has completely changed due to the Internet. However, TDE’s ScHoolboy Q recently made a concerned effort to panhandle his Oxymoron album to pedestrians in New York City’s Time Square with the assistance of MTV.
ScHoolboy Q is TDE’s most comedic presence, but he’s also from a very real place. Oxymoron fan-favorite, “Hoover Street,” detailed just one of many more stories the Figueroa St. rep will deliver, but before we hear those tales, he antes up a proper visual for the track.
Well, everyone knew this was coming. Today, ScHoolboy Q debuted a visual for his Oxymoron fan favorite “Studio,” featuring crooner BJ The Chicago Kid.
The music portion of the SXSW festival in Austin, Tex. is officially underway. Last night, 2 Chainz surprised fans at the Def Jam 30 concert by bringing out TDE’s ScHoolboy Q to perform their Oxymoron collaboration “What They Want.”
Even with a number one album in the US, ScHoolboy Q has more work to do. To further promote Oxymoron, the rapper debuts a visual for “What They Want,” featuring 2 Chainz.
Reviews are in, and critics and fans alike have applauded the vivid detail of life as a drug dealing gang member in Los Angeles that is ScHoolboy Q’s debut album, Oxymoron. A track titled “Hoover Street” is perhaps the most captivating display of that lifestyle, and today, the TDE rapper breaks down the lyrics on […]
West Coast label, Top Dawg Entertainment, added a number one album to its growing list of accomplishments with ScHoolboy Q’s debut, Oxymoron. This news should be no surprise, as world that the South Central rapper’s LP would nab the top spot on Billboard began circulating last week.
We’re three months into the new year, and TDE have already released two full-length projects in Isaiah Rashad’s Cilvia Demo EP and most recently, ScHoolboy Q’s Oxymoron. But the West Coast label’s plan is to release six albums in total, which CEO Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith finally elaborated on in the cover story on the West Coast crew Billboard Magazine.
ScHoolboy Q’s debut album, Oxymoron, is in stores now, and his TDE family couldn’t be more happy for him. Kendrick Lamar, Jay Rock, Isaiah Rashad, and SZA spoke about their partner in rhyme’s most recent opus in the latest episode of Google Play’s Life & Rhymes series.