Fans of Kendrick Lamar don‘t think they‘ll be worried about new music, but the wait may soon be over. The Compton rapper‘s first music in nearly five years could arrive as early as next month, according to a new report.
Sources tell Billboard that Kendrick‘s new single might be released on February 4. or February 11, ahead of his Super Bowl halftime performance with Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem and Mary J. Blige on February 13.
Kendrick‘s multi-platinum DAMN has been released almost five years. In August, he announced that he was working on his latest TDE album.
“There‘s beauty in being complete. And always believe in the unknown,” he said. “I‘ll see you soon. ”
He also claimed during his performance at the Day N Vegas festival in November that he would soon be returning with the album. “Vegas, until next time. And the next time I say it, it‘s coming soon,” K-Dot said.
In anticipation of the Pepsi Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif. , the reclusive rapper reunited in an epic trailer. It was also announced that he was doing a live-action comedy with the creators of “South Park“. We‘ve given you the news here.
In addition to Kendrick, Billboard reported that SZA’s long-awaited sophomore album is expected in the second quarter of the year.
Kendrick Lamar to Collaborate With Country Singer Morgan Wallen Soon
Morgan, who wanted to warm up with fans after his racist incident, had previously collaborated with Lil Durk, who we wrote about. Now, after hitting #1 on Billboard‘s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart with Lil Durk‘s “Broadway Girls” controversial country music star Morgan Wallen wants to work with Kendrick Lamar.
On Wednesday December 29, Morgan Wallen was a guest on popular internet comedian Druski’s Clubhouse chat Behind the Vest. During his interview with Wallen, who came under fire earlier this year for using the N-word, he spoke about his hip-hop adoration and who his next ideal collaboration would be with.
“I love Moneybagg. It’s definitely at the top of the list. ”
“But overall, as always… It’s not just about the past, I’m trying to think a little bit. Kendrick Lamar would be great. ”
“Honestly, my top stuff on Spotify was all hip-hop,” Wallen continued. “Moneybagg is probably my favorite. And I listened to a lot of Young Dolph—R.I.P. I listened to Drake’s new album. I listen to Kanye. I’ve been listening to a little bit of Gunna. I like him pretty good.” He said.