Kendrick Lamar’s New Album Is Out April 14, Features U2 Production Credit

Christina Lee | April 7, 2017 11:04 am
Kelly Rowland's "Humble"
Kelly Rowland flaunts her a** with some stretch marks to salute Kendrick Lamar's new track.

Once again, Kendrick Lamar is about to take over. His new album — for now, titled ALBUM. — is now available for pre-order on iTunes. With that comes some scant, though crucial details on what to expect.

While Kendrick warned on “The Heart Part 4” that “y’all got until April 7 to get your shit together,” iTunes says his new music will arrive one week later, on April 14. While the artwork and tracklist isn’t available, Pitchfork reports that its album credits feature U2, though whether that is by an actual feature or just a sample is unclear. Other featured producers include Mike WiLL Made It (“Humble”), 9th WonderThe AlchemistDJ Dahi and BADBADNOTGOOD.

Kendrick has already surprised with his new music so far. “The Heart Part 4” made headlines because of how he called out the U.S. President (“Donald Trump / is a chump / know how we feel, punk”). Then there is “Humble,” with its ambitious Dave Meyers-directed video — revisit below.

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