A rumored tracklist for Kendrick Lamar's upcoming album circulates the web.
We haven't received any fruitful updates on Kendrick Lamar's highly anticipated new album, although there have been plenty of reports on rumored songs, and Kendrick himself has kept it vague as to when to expect the new album-- sounds like it could happen tomorrow, or it could happen next year.
Today there's been a tracklist circulating, which claims to be the tracklist for K. Dot's new album. It surfaced in the form of a grainy photo of what could be back cover art, which has the appropriate TDE, Aftermath and Interscope logos at the bottom. Nonetheless, don't give this too much weight, as you know how the internet likes a good laugh at our expense. Peep the photo of the alleged tracklist (which includes features from Jay Rock, Dr. Dre, Ron Isley, and Pete Rock-- we know Pete Rock collabed with Kendrick for his new album, and the other guests are definitely plausible features).
[Update: Confirmed Fake]
Just as he usually does, TDE president, Punch, took to Twitter a little while ago and cleared the air about this “rumored” tracklist that surfaced online earlier. As we expected, the tracklist is REAL FAKE.
Check out Punch’s tweet below.
yes the new album tracklist floating on the net is REAL FAKE ! LMAO ....dont believe the hype if it doesnt come from my page or kdot's #TDE— dangeroo kipawaa TDE (@dangerookipawaa) December 9, 2014