Here's part of the content - you would like to know it all? Delve into this book today!..... : Lamar also went on tours with the rapper Game and watched him perform on stage and also got a chance to feature on Game's song Cali Niggaz and The Cypha under the name K-Dot in 2006-07 along with other young westcoast rappers such as Jay Rock and Ya Boy.
...On September 23, 2010, he released Overly Dedicated, a highly acclaimed mixtape that included a song titled Ignorance is Bliss in which he glorifies gangsta rap and street crime but ends each verse with ignorance is bliss giving the message we know not what we do.
...In March 2012, MTV announced that Top Dawg Entertainment, closed a joint venture deal with Interscope Records and Aftermath Entertainment, marking the end of Lamar's career as an independent artist. Under the new deal, Kendrick Lamar's projects, including his upcoming debut studio album, will be jointly released via Top Dawg, Aftermath and Interscope, while releases from the rest of Black Hippy will be distributed via Top Dawg and Interscope.
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Inside the Guide: Kendrick Lamar, Slim the Mobster, Setbacks, Section.80, Scoop DeVille, Schoolboy Q, Meek Mill, Mac Miller, Longterm Mentality, Kendrick Lamar discography, Jhené Aiko, Jay Rock, J. Cole, Good Kid, Mad City, GLC (rapper), Follow Me Home (album), E-40, Drake (entertainer), Dr. Dre, Cyhi the Prynce, Control System, Colin Munroe, Centennial High School (Compton, California), Black Hippy, Black Friday (Jay Rock mixtape), Big K.R.I.T., All My Life (In the Ghetto), All 6's and 7's, Aftermath Entertainment, Ab-Soul