If ScHoolboy wants to run for office, now might be the time.
Here’s one of the better tours skipping around the country later this year: The Weeknd, Jhené Aiko, and Schoolboy Q will play four dates together in the fall. While they’re playing fast and loose with the term “tour,” if you happen to live around Brooklyn, Toronto, Los Angeles, or San Francisco, you can catch the trio on the “King of the Fall” tour performing “special one-night events.”
According to the Denver Post, the shooting occurred in the parking lot of the Red Rocks Amphitheatre where Nas, Schoolboy Q and Flying Lotus played a show.
ScHoolboy Q’s track “Studio” has two main concerns: work vs. love. And so those are the visuals its accompanying video explores– a simple enough concept, the studio vs. the girl, and easy to put to film.
Rapper Schoolboy Q wants other rappers to quit bad-mouthing GRAMMY-wining rapper Macklemore.
That Kendrick Lamar is a star is not in question; what remains to be seen is if his star is bright enough to lend some shine to his less talented colleagues.
The lead track off his (soon to be) No. 1 album, ‘Oxymoron.’
Schoolboy Q has lined up an extensive world tour in support of new album Oxymoron, which kicks off on March 2 in Boston, MA, and includes a stop at this year’s Counterpoint Music Festival in Atlanta, GA, on April 25.
Kid Cudi has mapped out a fall tour to promote his recently released third studio album, Indicud, and has recruited Odd Future frontman Tyler, the Creator to make the trek with him.
WPGC 95.5’s very own DJ Flexx took his talents to the west coast this past weekend to be a part of the 2013 BET Awards in Los Angeles.