ScHoolboy Q hits the stage in front of a live audience to perform his hit single “Collard Greens” featured on his upcoming Oxymoron LP. With Kendrick Lamar by his side, the Los Angeles native turns the energy up for viewers everywhere and showcases his skills to the world. Take a look at how it all went down on The Arsenio Hall Show.
ScHoolboy Q hits the stage for Black Hippy at Rock The Bells 2013 in San Bernardino. The TDE rapper closes out his short set with a performance of his new single “Collard Greens.” Watch as Q turns the energy up at San Manuel Amphitheater.
Before calling it a wrap at Los Angeles’ The Belasco Theater, ScHoolboy Q decided to leave his fans with an energy packed performance of his smash hit “Yay Yay.” The track is set to be featured on Q’s upcoming Oxymoron album which is due to finally hit shelves before the end of the year. Watch the HD footage below provided by Collective State TV to see how it all went down.
After building up plenty of anticipation since its release, ScHoolboy Q’s “Collard Greens” featuring Kendrick Lamar finally gets the visual treatment. Jam packed with a stable of bad ones in almost every scene, the TDE artist brings the energy and colorful visuals to accompany his hit new single which has been embraced by fans since its debut. Q premiered the music video earlier today in New York with Sway Calloway for the latest episode of his show RapFix Live. “Collard Greens” will be featured on ScHoolboy’s upcoming sophomore album Oxymoron.
ScHoolboy was next up to do his thing in New York at The Boiler Room x New Era #WearYourAllegiance event and performed his new song “Gangsta Shit” off Oxymoron which was originally debuted in Santa Ana, Calif. and shared with the world first by ItsTheDaily.com and Collective State TV. Check out the footage as Q gets the crowd hyped and also decided to treat the fans to a performance of his newest single “Collard Greens”.
Another groovy tune from Black Hippy’s Schoolboy Q off Oxymoron surfaces on the net and features none other than TDE’s Top Dawg Kendrick Lamar. The THC produced bouncy instrumental provides a smooth and infectious ride as both artists spit hard lyrics about going from humble beginnings to living in luxury and everything else in between. The replay value on “Collard Greens” is definitely at an all time high as the world anxiously awaits for Oxymoron’s official release date.