In an interview in June, West Coast emcee Kendrick Lamar expressed his concern that Hip Hop is lacking aggression. The TDE representative is looking to step up and bring that aggressive content on his next studio album.
Rolling Stone's "Fall Music Preview" includes K. Dot giving details about the highly anticipated LP. Kendrick told the magazine listeners can expect "aggression and emotion" on the project. He also revealed that he has "a bunch of tracks" with mentor Dr. Dre, and he recorded with frequent collaborators Digi+Phonics.
Kendrick was open about the possible production work to appear on the album, but he did not share any information about guest appearances. As of now, the 27-year-old rap star has not worked with any other artists for the follow-up to his platinum-selling 'good kid, m.A.A.d. city'.
"I have so much to say!" said Lamar. "It's almost selfish of me."
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