Watch the Final Parts of NOISEY Bompton’s Music Documentary (Parts V + VI)


Have you been keeping up with VICELAND’s new music documentary series, ‘NOISEY Bompton’?

Kendrick Lamar has invited VICELAND into his hometown of Compton, California for six different chapters that provides an insight into his life, his childhood friends, his schooling days and so much more.

Catch up and tune in to the final two episodes NOW.

Watch ‘NOISEY Bompton: Kendrick’s Compton and Dinner with Lil L’ (Part II)


Compton, California, is one of hip-hop’s most celebrated locales, the birthplace of acts like N.W.A. and, more recently, Kendrick Lamar.

It’s also home to a complicated gang culture. “Noisey Bompton” centers around Kendrick Lamar and the friends he grew up with on the West Side of Compton, many of whom feature on the cover of his album ‘To Pimp A Butterfly.’

Check out the second part of the segment right now.

Watch VICE’s New Documentary ‘NOISEY Bompton: Growing up with Kendrick Lamar’ (Part I)


Kendrick Lamar gets completely candid in NOISEY’S new music documentary, “NOISEY Bompton”, which gives us an insight into Lamar’s hometown of Compton, California or known to some as Bompton, which Snoop describes it on the intro as, “it’s Compton, but it’s where the bloods are at”.

Click on to watch the first part of the six-part series via VICELAND.

Kendrick Lamar Wants You To Know That He Gon’ Be ‘Alright’


After performing the song live at last weekend’s 2015 BET Awards, Kendrick Lamar has premiered some gritty, beautifully shot visuals for his latest single, ‘Alright’, taken off his much talked about album, “To Pimp A Butterfly”.

Directed by Colin Tilley, the politically-charged video sees Kendrick floating around the city (thanks to some great stunts and trick shots) and pulls zero punches with regards to the police.

Saturday Night Live: Kendrick Lamar


Kendrick Lamar hit Saturday Night Live over the weekend with a live band and two tracks from Good Kid, m.A.A.d City, which has been certified gold.

Lamar handled his SNL debut smoothly and impressively, and proves that this particular appearance was just another benchmark in the bright career of the Compton emcee.