Kendrick Lamar Dumps Record Label
Written by thrilliant on October 13, 2020
American rapper, Kendrick Lamar has reportedly left his record label to create his own. The artist was signed to Top Dog Entertainment but a rumour was leaked online that the rapper had left in order to start his own label and name it PGLang.
The artist is credited with rights on the website for PGLang but the online rumours about the real reason Lamar left has sparked controversy among fans.
TDE’s president took to social media to cryptically address the rumours but only said that they travel faster than the truth.
This did nothing to quash the chatter happening on the internet, with many speculating that there was more going on behind the scenes that would have pushed Kendrick to the edge. Kendrick Lamar showing off his skills which he will no doubt bring to his new venture.
PGLang is self-described as being a collective of multilingual creatives who will tell stories through music, TV, film, and books. The label is also set to include Baby Keem, Murder District and Jorja Smith. Kendrick Lamar left Top Dog and took collaborator Dave Free with him. The company was registered in March 2020 but the internet’s rumour mill is churning about who and what they will sign next.