Remember when Kendrick Lamar said, "Y'all got till April the 7th to y'all shit together" in his single, "The Heart Part 4" a few weeks ago?
The countdown is on and we'll see what happens at midnight. Head over to iTunes and pre-order the album immediately and let us know what you think in the comments. Exciting news, and news we are still hyped to hear! Naturally, fans thought this meant a new album was coming, and they were pretty pumped up. A page for a new Lamar album-which may just be called ALBUM-appeared on iTunes late Thursday night, bearing an "expected release" date of April 14, 2017. U2, James Blake, Mike WiLL Made It, 9th Wonder, DJ Dahi, Terrace Martin, Cardo, Anna Wise, BADBADNOTGOOD and Sounwave seem to have contributions on it.
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The Assembly kept working, however, and Heastie says he believes the deal could lead to a resolution if the Senate accepts it. The Senate planned to return to wrap up their voting today, when the Assembly also planned to take up the budget.
That was the date K. Dot warned his peers to be wary of in his recent song "The Heart Part 4".
Lamar's last full-fledged studio album, 2015's "To Pimp a Butterfly", won wide acclaim for its lyrical reflections and musical experimentation, with its song "Alright" becoming an unofficial anthem of the Black Lives Matter movement. With the new No. 1, he becomes the fourth act to succeed himself at the top, following Zayn (who completed the feat twice), Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran.
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