Kendrick Lamar dishes on new material
Milk MADE favorite and flourishing rap icon (Seriously, how many rappers have a college course based on their first chart-topping release?) Kendrick Lamar talked to Rolling Stone for their Fall Music Preview regarding his highly anticipated follow up to good kid, m.A.A.d. city.
The performer explains there are leftover tracks with a similarly biographical element from good kid. He says "…[good kid] could have been a 30-track album. There are a few new tracks that can tie in with what I was talking about [on the last album].”
Something different for the artist is his admittedly guest-free track listing. “I have so much to say! It’s almost selfish of me,” Lamar explains. He also described the new material as "aggressive" and "emotional."
More news about Lamar’s album is sure to surface, but until it does we’ll have his new feature on Flying Lotus’ "Never Catch Me" on repeat.
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