The Game knows more about new music from Kendrick Lamar than we do. He did not hesitate to let us know.


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It has been 4 long years since Kendrick Lamar has dropped an album. At this point in his career, it is no surprise when it comes to K-Dot’s time lapses between albums. His previous release, DAMN, is his fourth full-length release since his Section. 80 debut in 2011. He followed that with his major-label debut, Good Kid, M.A.A.D City a year later. That would be the last time K Dot dropped projects in consecutive years.

The time lapses between projects are something that TDE has adopted with each artist. One can speculate that K Dot would have dropped a project last year, but it was not the most opportune time.

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According to The Game, 2021 is the return of King Kendrick Lamar. He recently took to IG live to commend J. Cole’s rapping on The Off-Season, feeling inspired and K. Dot’s upcoming release.

“I talked to Top Dawg, says The Compton rapper. “You know, he told me Kendrick ’bout to hit ni**as with some sh*t real soon and sh*t. So, you know, who knows how real soon that it but if Kendrick is working, that sh*t is always major. “That’s my lil ni**a. Love that ni**a to death.”

He proceeds to say the entire TDE label is family. In addition to Kendrick Lamar, the roster includes SZA, Schoolboy Q, Jay Rock, Isaiah Rashad, Ab-Soul, Reason, SiR, and Lance Skiiiwalker.

While The Game’s message did not have a timeline, it is great to hear Kendrick is looking to make a return. Don’t hold your breathe because we don’t know “how real soon that is.”