Kendrick Lamar’s upcoming sophomore album, the follow up to his debut good kid, m.A.A.d city is the most anticipated project this fall. The Compton rapper hasn’t revealed too much about the LP but in the new issue of Rolling Stone he shares a few brief details.
“There was a lot left out of good kid—it could have been a 30-track album,” said Kendrick. “There are a few new [songs] that can tie in with what I was talking about.”
He has cut “a bunch of tracks” with Dr. Dre (“He’s gone in the lab and tried to really elevate himself”) and TDE’s in-house producers Digi+Phonics.
Fans can expect “aggression and emotion,” but not many cameos. “I have so much to say,” he said. “It’s almost selfish of me.”