Between Kanye West’s So Help Me God and Kendrick Lamar’s long-awaited good kid, m.A.A.d. city follow-up, this spring is shaping up to be a dream for rap fans. But while Kanye has said he’ll likely drop his new LP Beyoncé-style without warning, Lamar confirmed Friday that his record is due in just a few weeks.
On March 23, he’ll release a new collection of 16 songs that includes his most recent track, “The Blacker the Berry.” (Oddly, last year’s “i” doesn’t appear to have made the cut, judging by the iTunes pre-order tracklisting). The record doesn’t have a title (it’s just listed as [Untitled]) nor does it have much of a cover — for now it’s a big black square.
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