Kendrick Lamar Says More Music Is Coming.
UPDATE: 2:30 p.m. EDT - Following reports that he would be releasing new music, Kendrick Lamar took to Twitter on Friday afternoon to deny the claims. "ThankU 4 the desire of always anticipating new music of my own. None is coming. My work will be in our future TDE dates tho," (https://twitter.com/kendricklamar/status/855484349440958464) he tweeted.
Kendrick Lamar may have just released one of the most buzzed about albums of the year, but the California rapper already has more music on the way. After a (http://www.ibtimes.com/read-kendrick-lamar-fan-theory-about-easter-album-release-2525647) fan theory for another album turned out to be false, the "(http://www.ibtimes.com/kendrick-lamar-release-damn-vinyl-how-buy-album-2527438) DAMN. " rapper confirmed more songs are coming, he just wouldn't reveal if it was new music.
Appearing at an in-store signing in Compton, California, on Thursday, the "Loyalty" rapper revealed the news during a Facebook live video, telling his fans, "We gon' continue to bang this. I got more music. Ya hear what I'm saying?"
Unfortunately for (www.ibtimes.com/kendrick-lamar-slams-fox-news-new-album-damn-2525390?utm_source=internal&utm_campaign=incontent&utm_medium=related1) Kendrick Lamar fans, the rapper didn't clarify if more music meant a new album or leftover tracks from the "DAMN." sessions. If the rapper did follow up his latest release with a compilation of unreleased music, it wouldn't be his first time. Following the release of 2015's "To Pimp a Butterfly," the hip-hop artist released "Untitled Unmastered," a compilation of eight previously unreleased demos that came from the "To Pimp a Butterfly" recording sessions.
Kendrick also wasn't the first person to speak about him having more music coming. During an interview with (https://massappeal.com/kid-capri-kendrick-lamar-damn-interview/) Mass Appeal , DJ Kid Capri, who appears on Lamar's new album, said the rapper has songs that weren't used on "DAMN."
"There's a gang of stuff that hasn't been used yet. That's why I said I think he's doing something later on, or he might be doing something for his show, but there's a lot of stuff that I put out there," said Kid Capri.
While fans wait for more music from the rapper, you can already take a look at verse that didn't get used for the song "Pride." Top Dawg Entertainment co-president Punch posted a photo of the (https://www.instagram.com/p/BS2kznzAM-Z/) unused verse which read, "Pride is my biggest sin / I tried to fight it but I never win / Layin' myself down in the beds I made / Karma is always knockin' with capital K's."