One of the most anticipated albums this year is Kendrick Lamar’s follow-up to his 2012 debut good kid, m.A.A.d city. This week, he opened up to Rolling Stone about what will be his sophomore effort, saying he picks up where he left off.
“There was a lot left out of good kid — it could have been a 30-track album,” the rap star tells the mag. “There are a few new [songs] that can tie in with what I was talking about.”
Also, Kendrick says he’s cut “a bunch of tracks” with Dr. Dre, saying, “He’s gone in the lab and tried to really elevate himself.”
As far as overall, what fans should expect, he says “aggression and emotion,” but not many cameos. “I have so much to say,” Kendrick says. “It’s almost selfish of me.”
That’s about all the info we get so far. Stay tuned…