When “Bad Blood” and “Carpoon Karaoke” first hit the charts, many assumed the two songs were going to become the next big thing, but they were already going to be bigger than most.
Now, both songs are doing what they set out to do and have sold over 3 million copies worldwide, respectively.
And now, they’re going to hit the #1 spot on Billboard’s Hot 100 for the first time in a decade.
That’s a pretty big deal, especially for a group of rappers whose careers had been so mired in the spotlight.
While “Bad Love” and its followup album, “Love & Hip Hop,” did hit the top of the Billboard 200, the song was just one of many that both artists released in their early years.
But they both proved that rap music could be as big and complex as any other genre, even if the songs were a little harder to understand.
“Cars,” the second album from Kendrick Lamar, hit the Billboard Top 10 in the fall of 2015, and the song “Thug Life” (which Lamar also co-wrote) is currently the #2 best-selling rap song on the Billboard Hot 100, behind only “Lil Wayne.”
And “Bad Boy,” a single off Kendrick Lamar’s upcoming album, has already topped the Hot 100 three times.
With all the success of the duo, why hasn’t “Bad Hair” taken off?
Here’s everything you need to know about how both artists are handling the success they’ve already achieved.
Why did Lamar decide to drop the rap on his album?
“Bad hair” is a slang term for “short” hair.
It’s an old term that has come to mean a black man’s long locks, but it’s not limited to just black men, either.
It also describes white men, and for good reason.
Many white people use the word “short,” and in 2015, a black woman named LaToya Clark, a teacher and rapper who used the term on Twitter, tweeted out an article on the website BuzzFeed that included an image of her own short hair, with the caption: “If I’m ever going to get hair cut, it’ll be my short hair.”
In the same tweet, she also said: “I’m not going to wear it.
I’m going to make it my own.”
So, Lamar decided to get his own take on the term.
Lamar is known for having an intense, aggressive style, and it’s this in-your-face style that has earned him his nickname, “Lamar.”
It’s a style that also fits well with the title of the album, which Lamar is dubbing “Bad Shit.”
But what does Lamar mean when he says he’s “short”?
He’s talking about the length of his hair, which ranges from his hairline to his scalp.
In “Criminal,” Lamar said, “If you’re short, you’re not a bad person.
If you’re tall, you are a bad guy.
But if you’re in a bad place, you’ve got to go get it cut off.”
Lamar has since said that the “short hairstyle” he used on “Bad Sex” was inspired by his son, who has short hair.
He also said that “Criminals” is about growing up, and that “when you’re young you don’t know what you’re missing out on, so you don’ get it done.”
What does “Cocaine” mean?
“Coke” means “coke,” and it comes from the fact that cocaine comes from cocaine.
Cocaine is also the name of a brand of coffee, and is commonly referred to as a “white hot” beverage, although it has many other uses.
According to the Federal Trade Commission, coca leaves can be used to create a high-quality, non-addictive coffee, but there are also many different types of extracts and creams.
So, while “Coca” may be a term for cocaine, it’s actually a term that means cocaine and cocaine-based extracts.
What’s it about “Candy Man” that made it a hit?
“Momma,” a track from the album “Carmageddon,” has been called the “most famous song of 2015.”
“Cuckoo” is also a song from the book “Cuckservative,” written by author William F. Buckley Jr. in the 1950s, and “Mama” was written by the late singer-songwriter Gloria Estefan.
“Bad Bones” was the third track on “The Way I Am,” which came out in the spring of 2017.
The track “Sandy” was produced by Kendrick Lamar and his brother, Mike, and was featured on “Mortal Man,” which was released in 2018.
The “Bad Boys” group also released a song on “Kendrick