It’s about DAMN time to listen to Kendrick Lamar’s latest album. Earlier this year, the Compton rapper teased us with two tracks and finally dropped his anticipated fourth album on Friday.
Lamar is taking it big time and is also headlining Coachella for the first time this weekend. So, take a moment to listen to his album that’s pretty much on fire.
it’s about DAMN time
The rapper dropped his anticipated album overnight Thursday and it’s lit. Last year we heard untitled unmastered and it was gold. But the rapper delivered a proper follow-up to To Pimp A Butterfly and it’s a full-length album with 14 tracks. Cool collaborations, A-list producers, and exploring new sounds. It’s finally here.
Lamar tweeted a link to the new album on iTuns and then a Spotify link. So, just be HUMBLE and listen to Lamar’s new album.
— Kendrick Lamar (@kendricklamar) April 14, 2017
Here’s what you’ll find
Before dropping the album or even teasing about the release date, Lamar released two tracks The Heart Part 4 and Humble and we were already hooked on the upcoming album.
With 14 tracks on the set, Lamar is back for good. Well, there’s everything from love, to vulnerability to conscious talk. Lamar explored a new ground less politically charged but still poignant.
Anticipation was on point when it came to speculating Lamar’s collaborations. Well, there are two, with Rihanna and with U2. On XXX the rapper teams up with U2 to deliver a politically charged track. With Rihanna on Loyalty, the rapper goes on the intoxicating side of it.
Taking the internet by storm
Lamar’s fan couldn’t hide their excitement once the artist dropped his album. In fact, they were kinda speechless and were only able to express themselves through emojis and GIF.
— Telbo (@telbreezy305) April 14, 2017
Kendrick album is fire. S/O Kendrick for being raw 🐐🔥
— Jake Kelley (@jake_kelley12) April 14, 2017
— Baydaa (@baydaasallam) April 14, 2017
My phone after listening to Kendrick Lamar new album. pic.twitter.com/9zEyxrR451
— charlie (@brownricepapi) April 14, 2017
— Nicholas A. McPeeks (@PopeNicholasIV) April 14, 2017