Kendrick Lamar Lets Us Know 'The Jig Is Up'

Well October 22nd finally came and went, and hip-hop heads everywhere were able to breathe a collective sigh of relief. Kendrick Lamar's highly anticipated major label debut good kid, m.A.A.d city dropped with resounding approval. The stars aligned and hyped up expectations were actually met thanks, in part, to the masterfully crafted narrative painted on the album. But the story doesn't end here, as K. Dot still has some things to get off of his chest. After debuting on the Billboard charts at #2 behind Taylor Swift's new LP, Lamar unleashed his new track, "The Jig is Up (Dump'n)." Kendrick speaks on his ability to excel in the rap game without compromising the quality or content of his music over this J. Cole and Canei Finch production. The Compton lyricist even takes a not so subliminal shot at Shyne for statements about his album being "trash," proving that he's not as immune to the BS as some may have assumed. These unexpected collaborations between Cole and Kendrick fuel hopes that their rumored project together may actually see the light of day. Stream the track below before downloading your own copy, and make sure to pick up good kid, m.A.A.d city, because the jig is up -- real people want real music.


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