All things K-Dot, all in one place.

A Reddit user has taken on the task of compiling the “unofficial Kendrick Lamar content library” on Wakelet. The website collects “the most significant pieces of K-Dot content on the web”, including editorial, videos, interviews and more from across the rapper’s career.

You have to log in through Facebook or email first, but once you’re in you can browse Kendrick content organised into live performances, guest verses, albums, pre-fame cuttings and even the ‘Control’ verse. The library is still growing, so sign up for updates if you want even more.

Meanwhile, Lamar is being sued for copyright infringement over a 2013 sample of Bill Withers’ ‘Don’t You Want To Stay’, which appears on ‘I Do This’ from the Kendrick Lamar EP, as TMZ reports.

The full credits for Lamar’s surprise album untitled. unmastered were revealed earlier this month. [via Fader]

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