King Kendrick let folks know “Y’all got ’til April the 7th to get y’all sh*t together” on his track “The Heart Part 4.” Well, it’s the seventh and fans are finally getting crucial information — a release date for the album.
Kendrick Lamar’s new LP has just become available for pre-order on iTunes and officially drops on April 14.
The project does not yet have an album cover, and the tracks listed do not have a title. The only track people can look forward to is “Humble,” a song that has garnered much praise as well as criticism. Even the project itself is merely listed as ALBUM on the iTunes page.
Lamar originally hinted at an album release when he dropped “The Heart Part 4” over two weeks ago. However, it seems the track — with bars rumored to be aimed at competitors such as Big Sean and Drake — will not be on this upcoming release.
Producers and artists who are involved include James Blake, The Alchemist, Mike WiLL Made It, DJ Dahi, Cardo, 9th Wonder, and more. You can see the track-by-track contributors below, or pre-order the project for yourself.
Track 1: D. Tannenbaum and Anthony Tiffith
Track 2: Mike WiLL Made-It
Track 3: Sounwave, DJ Dahi, and Anthony Tiffith
Track 4: Sounwave, James Blake, and Richie Riera
Track 5: Sounwave
Track 6: DJ Dahi, Sounwave, Anthony Tiffith, and Terrace Martin
Track 7: The Internet’s Steve Lacy, Anna Wise, and Anthony Tiffith
Track 8: Mike WiLL Made-It
Track 9: DJ Dahi, Mark Spears, and BadBadNotGood
Track 10: Zacari Pacaldo, Teddy Walton, Sounwave, Greg Kurstin, and Anthony Tiffith
Track 11: Mike WiLL Made-It, DJ Dahi, Sounwave, Anthony Tiffith, and U2
Track 12: The Alchemist
Track 13: Richie Riera, Sounwave, DJ Dahi, D. Tannenbaum, Anthony Tiffith, and Cardo
Track 14: 9th Wonder
Looks like King Kendrick will not disappoint!
Feminist Twitter Drags Kendrick Lamar For Misogynistic 'Humble' Lyrics
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It’s Official! Here’s When Kendrick Lamar’s Album Will Drop was originally published on globalgrind.com