Kendrick Lamar uses social media far less than his peers so you know when he takes something to Twitter, it means a lot to him. The Compton rapper's last update was when battle rapper Tech 9 passed away a few weeks ago. He decided to end his hiatus by showing love to one of his right-hand men on the release of his brand new album.


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We had been waiting for a long time but finally, ScHoolboy Q dropped his new album CrasH Talk and so far, we're loving what we hear. For a year that's been severely lacking in terms of album quality, Q might have just raised the bar a little for people to follow on. Maybe Kendrick Lamar is inspired to compete with his brother after the release. We can dream... right? Regardless of whether or not Kenny is feeling like getting in the studio to bang out his next classic, his TDE labelmate ScHoolboy Q taught him a lot during the rollout to CrasH Talk and he wanted to show some love quickly.

"My brother @ScHoolboyQ dedicated his life for another milestone," wrote Pulitzer Kenny, posting a link to purchase the album. "I got the honor to watch and learn. You did it again soloist." Nearly all of the comments being tweeted at Kendrick have to do with his own music dropping with the majority of his fans getting a little antsy. Let's take a moment to appreciate the TDE family's loyalty though before begging Kendrick to drop.