Kendrick Lamar has finally released his fourth studio album, Damn.
The 14 track album has been getting praise from both fans and critics alike, with some fans labeling the Compton rapper as the new king of rap.
Damn., released in the United Kingdom on Friday morning, brought fans a politically charged start to the Easter weekend, as well as collaborations with the likes of U2 and Rihanna. Even though there are only a select few humans in the world right now with access to Kendrick Lamar's upcoming Damn.
But Vlad Sepetov, who assisted in putting together the design, defended it on Twitter calling it "loud and abrasive" and thanked TDE for seeing "the value in making something that doesn't fit the mold".
General consensus is that K-Dot's two previous albums, good kid, m.A.A.d city and To Pimp a Butterfly, are classics.
National Basketball Association superstar Matt Barnes, DJ Drama, DJ Khaled and more can't get enough of Kendrick Lamar's DAMN. album. Ooh, intrigue! But when that date rolled around, rather than releasing new music, Kendrick merely gave the date for his album and made it available for pre-order. Boo.