News: Kendrick Lamar Gets His Lady In Place: "Sounds Like [You're] Ready To Rally In Compton W/ Me"
Thursday, Aug 16, 2012 7:44AM
Aftermath's Kendrick Lamar and pop star Lady Gaga are finally taking their overnight friendship to the next level by collaborating on a new record called "Partynauseous."
Gaga broke the news of their joint effort together this week through Twitter.
Lady GaGa has just shared an exciting news to her devotees. Taking to his Twitter on Wednesday, August 15, the Mother Monster announced that she has recored a collaborative track with Kendrick Lamar which is due on September 6. "I am so excited to announce that a record I've been working on has now become a collaboration with @KendrickLamar for HIS ALBUM," so the eccentric songstress informed her fans, noting that the song would be included in K-Dot's new record. (Ace Showbiz)
Lamar also added fuel to the fire by teasing about the upcoming track.
Mother Monster later added , "@KendrickLamar and I are dropping the record on SEPT. 6. It's called PARTYNAUSEOUS," before the two started teasing the track. The Black Hippy rapper wrote to Gaga, "This song. Sounds like your ready to rally in Compton with me. is this true?" He also told the pop star to "take the lead" with revealing details to fans. (Billboard)
Earlier this month, rap star Eminem's manager denied reports of a Shady, Lamar and Gaga record coming together.
Eminem's manager Paul Rosenberg has taken to Twitter to deny reports that the rapper is planning a duet with Lady Gaga. Slim Shady, who is currently working on new material, was rumoured to have recorded a collaboration titled 'Street Lights' with the singer and fellow hip-hop artist Kendrick Lamar. However Rosenberg has quashed these reports, writing: "People don't hear from Marshall for a spell and they just start making stuff up. Thirsty world." (NME)
Kendrick recently discussed his befriending of the pop personality.
"That's a good friend. Yeah [laughs] That's just a good friend. She's a good friend. [laughs] She just reached over on Twitter. Just being a fan of the music. We come from two different worlds, as far as the music we doing. She's a fan of hip-hop. She says the same thing, my sound is refreshing. That's what really attracted her to it. [Did I question if it was really her?] Yeah, definitely. There be so many fake accounts on Twitter and stuff, so I had to really go through and check. It was her, most definitely. She's good peoples." (WGCI)
Check out a recent Kendrick Lamar interview below: