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TDE are releasing a compilation album this year to celebrate the label's 20th anniversary

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Kendrick Lamar. (Shutterstock/Christian Bertrand)

Tog Dawg Entertainment (TDE) are releasing a compilation album this year to celebrate the label's 20th anniversary.


That's according to Jay Rock, who told the Associated Press that the album is set to drop at the "top of the year."


"It’s been 20 years since TDE been in the game, so we are putting together a compilation album," Rock revealed in an interview late last month.


The "Hood Gone Love It" rapper added that the "majority of Black Hippy" will feature on the project.


Black Hippy was a hip hop supergroup composed of Jay Rock, Ab-Soul, Kendrick Lamar, and ScHoolboy Q, which was formed in 2008 after all four rappers had signed to TDE.


The group disbanded in 2022 after Kendrick Lamar left the label.


"Make sure you check it out," Rock said of the upcoming project.



TDE was founded in 2004 by record producer Anthony "Top Dawg" Tiffith.


The label has released a total of 57 projects since its inception, including the full discographies of all four members of Black Hippy.


Other artists still signed to the label include Isaiah Rashad, SZA, and SiR.

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