Kendrick lamar’s newest album, Mr. Morale & the Steppers has been released after a five year hiatus. As his final album, the announcement is a farewell to his fans, who loved his vulnerability and his artistic expressions of important cultural issues.
Few rappers are able to take a five year break and create such excitement as Kendrick. The talented Compton rapper released his fifth studio album last evening with high anticipation from the hip hop community.
It is a double-album that features nine tracks each side. Kendrick was not the only featured artist. Kodak , Ghostface Killah and other artists were also included.
On Twitter, the “DAMN” rapper released tour dates for The Big Steppers Tour, which starts on July 19th.
This album, Mr. Morale and the Big Steppers, is the follow-up to Kendrick’s 2017 album, DAMN, which sold 603,000 album-equivalent units in the first week of its release. If this album goes platinum as predicted, it will be his fourth album to do so.
Kendrick made his return as a solo act for his latest YouTube video, “The Heart Part 5” which used face-morphing effects to highlight scandalized figures including O.J. Simpson, Jussie Stmollett and Will Smith were joined by Kanye West , KanyeWest , and late Kobe Bryant , and Nipsey Huse ..