He was 1353 days since Kendrick Lamar released his fourth studio album, Thin, in 2017. Now there are rumors that the rhyme could be abandon a project next week.
On Wednesday April 28, Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith – the CEO of TDE – posted a cryptic message suggesting that the wait is coming to an end on May 7, 2021. Tiffith shared a 19-second clip on Instagram earlier today . , with a loading bar symbol under the giant TDE logo gradually loading to 100%. Then the video displays the date “05/17/21”. In the caption of the clip, Tiffith wrote: “7/5 // 21 THE WAIT IS OVAH !!!!!! #TDE.”
Fans immediately jumped into Tiffith’s comments demanding that Kendrick be the next TDE affiliate to drop a highly anticipated album. However, Isaiah Rashad, who has not given up on a project since its release The tirade of the sun in 2016, and SZA, which regularly released singles and videos in 2021, were among the TDE artists fans wanted to hear afterward.
Although the video does not mention Kendrick by name, 33-year-old rapper Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith confirmed that Kendrick Lamar is returning to music in a social media post where he wrote: “Stay patient, King Kendrick will be back soon. “
Kung Fu Kenny would have completed a LP influenced by rock. According to Bill Werde, columnist at Billboard, the writer offered a preview of K-Dot’s next project.
“Are you interested to know that I’ve heard from several friends that the recording on the new album could finally be done? And that it pulls more rock sounds this time around?” Werde wrote in a tweet.
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