Although Kendrick Lamar shared his untitled unmastered. project in 2016, it’s been almost two full years since he’s dropped a full-length album. With TDE gearing up for project roll-outs from both SZA and ScHoolboy Q, the good kid is slowly building attention to his next project.

Today, the Los Angles rapper is featured in the new issue of T Magazine for The New York Times, and gives first details for his To Pimp a Butterfly follow up album – rumored to release later this year.

In comparison to addressing political issues, like he did with “Alright”, Lamar plans to bring notice to the biggest elephant in any room, GOD. We’re assuming his extremely-aggressive take on social issues will also slow down, as Lamar will likely have of his most personal records to date.

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