Top Dawg Entertainment had a monstrous 2013. Kendrick Lamar was critically crowned the King of Rap, ScHoolboy Q branched out on his own, and the crew added two new artists. Surprisingly all the coverage and accolades came without even releasing an album. Not one single full project from anyone in TDE was released in 2013. To make up for the absence of new music, TDE's CEO Anthony "Top Dawg" Tiffith revealed plans on Twitter to release a total of six albums in 2014. WE RAN 2013 WITH OUT DROPPING 1 ALBUM. I WONDER WUTS GONE HAPPEN IN 2014 WHEN I DROP 6.. THEY NOT READY 4 THIS #TDE #HiiiPoWeR TAKE OVER — dangeroo kipawaa TDE (@dangerookipawaa) December 22, 2013 ScHoolboy Q is finally releasing Oxymoron in February, while Isaiah Rashad has a mixtape on the way. We can only hope Kendrick, Soul, Rock, and SZA will follow suit and release projects of their own in the coming year.
News | December 22, 2013
TDE Plans To Release Six Albums in 2014

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Top Dawg Entertainment had a monstrous 2013. Kendrick Lamar was critically crowned the King of Rap, ScHoolboy Q branched out on his own, and the crew added two new artists.

Surprisingly all the coverage and accolades came without even releasing an album. Not one single full project from anyone in TDE was released in 2013. To make up for the absence of new music, TDE's CEO Anthony "Top Dawg" Tiffith revealed plans on Twitter to release a total of six albums in 2014.

ScHoolboy Q is finally releasing Oxymoron in February, while Isaiah Rashad has a mixtape on the way. We can only hope Kendrick, Soul, Rock, and SZA will follow suit and release projects of their own in the coming year.