Kendrick Lamar Kills New Album Rumors Once & For All: "Thank U 4 The Desire Of Always Anticipating N
Top Dawg Entertainment's Kendrick Lamar wants everyone to r-e-l-a-x. The hip-hop superstar has stepped up to simmer down fans' new album demands.
Lamar went to Twitter Friday (April 21) and denied buzz about having fresh tunes on deck.
Coincidentally, Lamar hinted at more new music coming during an album signing event.
As expected, the event attracted a huge turnout, with thousands of people lining up at the city's Best Buy hoping to meet the Grammy-award winning rapper. A member of the TDE crew shared the appearance on an Instagram Live broadcast, which ended with some pretty big news. Or, at least, what sounds like big news. At around the 21-minute mark, Kendrick looks into the phone, thanks his fans, and announces: "I got some more music." (Complex)
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The latest sales projections have Lamar's DAMN. album set to reach a new retail milestone.
A few days ago, Kendrick blew fans away with his new "DNA" music video.
It stars actor Don Cheadle, who kicks off the video by interrogating Kendrick. "Kendrick Lamar, two first names, huh," he says. "What the fuck is up with that?" He then proceeds to lip sync the song, switching off with Kendrick. The end of the video features a new outro not found on the album version of the song, and the visual ends with Schoolboy Q walking towards the camera before punching it out. (Pitchfork)
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