Here’s what we’ve all been waiting for. The University of North Carolina baller-turned-emcee GQ has released his latest EP, Death Threats & Love Notes: The Prelude. This serves as the prequel to his forthcoming sophomore album which includes features from Nipsey Hussle, Kurput, and more. The prelude includes features from Carlitta Durand, Rapsody, Rocki Evans and production is handled by The Soul Council.
Check out the tracklisting, stream, and PURCHASE link after the jump. The DJ Booth purchase includes 5 bonus instrumentals.
Here’s the album cover & tracklisting for GQ’s forthcoming EP, Death Threats and Love Notes: The Prelude. Features Carlitta Durand, Rapsody, and Rocki Evans.
Production handled by The Soul Council. Tracklisting after the jump. Pre-order here.
For the latest release from Oakland, California native GQ’s Death Threats and Love Notes: The Prelude project which drops March 26th GQ joins forces with fellow Jamla signee Rapsody & Rocki Evans. Khrysis lays down the production.
#TownBidness. Ever headed to “The Town”. Oak-town that is. Oakland’s own GQ has released the official video for his 9th Wonder produced first single “The Town.” With the gritty black and white visuals, GQ gives us a visual guide to the city where he’s from. We’re really feeling this one. His official debut album, Death Threats and Love Notes is available March 26th, 2013.
Check out the Kenneth Price directed visuals after the jump.
After giving us a preview of the single last week, GQ has released this Eric G produced banger in it’s mp3 form. This serves as the second single off GQ’s debut album, Death Threats & Love Notes is set to be released this year. Also a video has been shot for the first single “The Town”, listen here.
Also on March 16th, 2013 GQ, Rapsody, Chuuwee and 9th Wonder will perform in San Francisco. Flyer after the jump. Purchase tickets here.
After a couple of delays, pushbacks, here’s the first single “The Town” from the former Carolina Tarheel’s GQ. His forthcoming album, Death Threats & Love Notes is set to be released this year. Until then, enjoy the first release which is produced by 9th Wonder.
Update: Here’s the official cover. Grab the Feb 2013 issue on newsstands January 15th. Thanks, GQ.
Kendrick Lamar sat down with GQ magazine recently, and the Compton emcee opened up about the downside of fame, grasping advice from Dr. Dre. He also talked about wanting Rihanna to play Sherane in a movie on his life. We could see Rihanna playing Sherane, what about y’all? Kendrick also answers the questions whether his father got his Domino’s, wanting Taraji P. Henson to play his mother and more.
GQ: Let’s say you weren’t going to star in it and you could have anyone in the world, who would you have play yourself?
Kendrick Lamar: Anyone in the world? It would have to be somebody… there’s one kid on The Wire, Tristan Wilds [who played Mike Lee].
GQ: Who would you have play your mom?
Kendrick Lamar: I probably get Taraji Henson.
GQ: Okay, okay. Sharane?
Kendrick Lamar: I would love to see Rihanna in my movie [laughs]. Looking at this cover right here, man.