Kendrick Lamar Has 6 Albums Worth of Unreleased Music

Written by on November 15, 2020

Kendrick Lamar has sufficient unreleased materials for about six albums.

The Compton rapper hasn’t launched a venture in over three years, however in keeping with his longtime engineer, Derek “MixedByAli” Ali, he has loads of music simply ready within the vault.

In an interview with Kevin Durant’s “The ETCs” podcast, MixedByAli opened up about King Kendrick’s prolific output. “For Kendrick alone, let me say I feel we may put collectively like six albums,” mentioned the Grammy-winning engineer. “Everybody [at TDE] is similar manner. It’s all about simply understanding that you possibly can at all times do one thing higher. It’s having that mindset to simply try for the very best model of you.”

He continued, “That’s Kendrick’s complete thoughts state, at all times striving to do higher. Whether or not it’s recording a brand new verse—, he would report an entire music and get one ad-lib again a month later as a result of he don’t like how he breathed the ad-lib, ?”

Followers have been patiently ready for a brand new album from Kung Fu Kenny. Final month, TDE President Terrence “Punch” Henderson teased that the follow-up to 2017’s DAMN. would arrive “fairly quickly.” In September, Kendrick was seen taking pictures a music video in downtown Los Angeles.

In a latest interview with i-D journal, he revealed why it takes him so lengthy between tasks. “I spend the entire yr simply interested by how I’m gonna execute a brand new sound, I can’t do the identical factor again and again,” mentioned Kendrick. “I would like one thing to get me excited. I see you get pissed off typically since you need some new shit.”

Within the meantime, he’s holding followers over with a visitor verse on “Look Over Your Shoulder” off Busta Rhymes’ new album Extinction Stage Occasion 2: The Wrath of God.

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