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  1. a long talk
    TDE President Punch: ‘I Understand the Backlash’But he’d still like to correct the record on long-awaited albums from SZA, ScHoolboy Q, and Jay Rock.
  2. profile
    Doechii to the Front of the ClassThe rapper from Tampa is about to be everywhere.
  3. album review
    How Does That Make You Feel, Kendrick?Whatever your problem, Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers wants you to talk it through.
  4. top dawgs
    TDE Played the Long GameFor years, Kendrick Lamar and his (soon-to-be former) record label dominated hip-hop. But getting there came at a cost.
  5. new kung fu kenny?
    Kendrick Lamar Says He’s Working on ‘Final’ Top Dawg Entertainment Album“I feel joy to have been a part of such a cultural imprint after 17 years,” the rapper wrote in a new message.
  6. q&a
    Isaiah Rashad Was Always TDE’s Secret Weapon — Now, He’s Ready to Own It“There’s no shame in starting over.”
  7. videology
    Against All Odds SZA Is Back, Drops ‘Hit Different’ Featuring Ty Dolla $ignWe can no longer say nothing good happened in 2020.
  8. song review
    Schoolboy Q’s New Song Is a Reminder Why He’s One of the Best Rappers We’ve GotIt’s not even two minutes long but it’s still a blast to listen to.
  9. On Redemption, Jay Rock Searches for His VoiceThe more it focuses on Jay Rock’s knack for passionate storytelling, instead of flashy hooks and repetition, the better it fares.
  10. music
    SZA May Have Permanent Vocal-Cord DamageThe singer Tweeted that her voice may be permanently damaged.
  11. videology
    Who Knew Watching Kendrick Lamar Rap in a Palm Tree Could Be So FunEvery second is perfect.
  12. Kendrick Lamar’s Black Panther: The Album Is More Than Just a Tasteful Tie-inThe best Kendrick collaborations are the ones with someone wild and weird enough loosen him up.
  13. Mozzy’s ‘Seasons’ Is a Major Highlight From the Black Panther SoundtrackIt’s the quietest, most somber moment on the album.
  14. Rihanna and Kendrick Lamar Perform Together at TDE’s Annual Christmas ConcertWatch pop’s leading bad gal take over South Central L.A.