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Kendrick Lamar (EP)

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Kendrick Lamar is the eponymous debut extended play (EP) by American hip hop recording artist Kendrick Lamar, released as a free digital download on December 31, 2009, by Top Dawg Entertainment (TDE).[1] The EP features guest appearances from Angela McCluskey, Ab-Soul, JaVonte, Jay Rock, BJ the Chicago Kid, Punch, Schoolboy Q and Big Pooh. The EP's production was handled by Sounwave, Black Milk, Jake One, Q-Tip and Wyldfyer, among others. The free-download EP premiered exclusively on online mixtape distribution platform DatPiff and has since then been downloaded over 100,000 times on the website earning a gold certification status.

Kendrick Lamar
The Kendrick Lamar EP cover.png
EP by Kendrick Lamar
Released December 31, 2009 (2009-12-31)
Recorded 2009
Studio TDE Red Room
(Carson, California)
Genre
Length 62:28
Label Top Dawg Entertainment
Producer
Kendrick Lamar chronology
C4
(2009)C42009
Kendrick Lamar
(2009)
Overly Dedicated
(2010)Overly Dedicated2010

Track listingEdit

No. Title Producer(s) Length
1. "Is It Love" (featuring Angela McCluskey) Sounwave 4:00
2. "Celebration" Sounwave 3:51
3. "P & P" (featuring Ab-Soul) King Blue (of Sore Losers) 4:42
4. "She Needs Me" (featuring JaVonte) Sounwave 3:31
5. "I Am (Interlude)"   1:20
6. "Wanna Be Heard" Black Milk 4:37
7. "I Do This" (featuring Jay Rock) Sounwave 4:08
8. "Uncle Bobby & Jason Keaton" (featuring JaVonte) Insomnia 4:00
9. "Faith" (featuring BJ the Chicago Kid and Punch) King Blue (of Sore Losers) 4:51
10. "Trip" Sounwave 3:50
11. "Vanity Slaves" The Foreign Exchange 4:15
12. "Far From Here" (featuring Schoolboy Q) Jake One 3:53
13. "Thanksgiving" (featuring Big Pooh) Wyldfyer 3:39
14. "Let Me Be Me" Pete Rahk 7:20
Bonus track
No. Title Producer Length
15. "Determined" (featuring Ash Riser)
  • Sounwave
4:31

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Meadows-Ingram, Benjamin (October 22, 2012). "Kendrick Lamar: The Story Behind 'good kid, m.A.A.d city'". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved November 4, 2012. 

External linksEdit