Kendrick Lamar Album Cover & Rolling Stone Magazine

Published on March 12th, 2015

I knew I was not tripping when you all thought it was a untitled album and a no cover album. Not saying that something would be wrong with that,but just knowing it was too soon to show that blank message. Even if it was a message! Now what do we have here a epic album cover. Looks like I will be buying this one as well.  Get surprised of  has unveiled the cover for his sophomore album. Yesterday on Tuesday night to post the black-and-white artwork,  To Pimp a Butterfly,out late March . Sooo he really gonna keep his hair like that huh…? ha!
The issue hits stores this Friday March 13th
Kendrick – ” That will be taught in college courses someday,” “honest, fearful, and unapologetic.

 “Don’t all dogs go to heaven? Don’t Gangsta’s boogie? Do owl shit stank? Lions, Tigers & Bears. But TO PIMP A BUTTERFLY. Its the American dream nigga….” – lil Homie.




Sonically, Lamar’s new album is adventurous, incorporating elements of funk, spoken-word poetry, and free-jazz, augmented by lots of live playing. (Lamar says he was listening to a lot of Miles Davis and Parliament while making it.) “It’s a unique sound,” says Sounwave. “Every producer I’ve ever met was sending me stuff [for the album], but there was a one-in-a-million chance you could send a beat that actually fit what we were doing.” Lamar’s longtime engineer, Derek “MixedByAli” Ali, says the rapper would often talk in moods: “He would say, ‘I want it to sound eerie,’ or ‘I want it to sound like you’re driving past something.’ Or he talks in colors: ‘Make it sound purple. Make it sound light green.’”


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