Kendrick Lamar visits Jamaica… To drop Surprise Album

Kendrick Lamar could be looking for some more dancehall flavor for his next album. The Compton emcee was in Jamaica for a few days vacationing and meeting up with his “Blacker The Berry” collaborator Assassin.

K-Dot hit some local spots in Kingston including the Bob Marley Museum, Usain Bolt Tracks and Records. Kendrick Lamar also visited Usain Bolt during his training session at the UWI Bowl.

Sources told us that Kendrick Lamar and Assassin could be doing some more work together for his next project. Sasco received a lot of praise on his home ground when Kendrick Lamar performed “Blacker The Berry” at the Grammys last month.

The Album
The album, untitled unmastered., has landed on Spotify (see above screenshot), but the stream isn’t working…yet. Many are expecting the stream to become available at midnight, as was the case with To Pimp a Butterfly. It seems that — judging by the album art — nothing will change with regard to all the “untitled” tracks, but keep it locked here for more updates.

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As if a new joint album from 2 Chainz and Lil Wayne wasn’t enough, it has just been revealed that Kendrick Lamar will drop a surprise album tonight, the title of which is untitled unmastered. — and all of the tracks appear to be just that.

Two days ago, TDE CEO Anthony Tiffith revealed he’d be dropping a surprise project from someone in the TDE crew on an unspecified night this week, so, unless he’s got something else up his sleeve, this is it. Honestly, we had been expecting music from Schoolboy Q, or maybe Ab-Soul, but untitled unmastered. will do just fine.

It seems that untitled unmastered. is made up of tracks that didn’t make it on his last album, To Pimp a Butterfly, as well as the “Untitled” tracks he’s been performing on a series of high-profile late-night TV spots, which have been the topic of feverish speculation.

After witnessing Kendrick’s performance at the Grammys, during which he performed one of those “Untitled” tracks in question, Tiffith was contacted by none other than LeBron James — “you have to release those untitled tracks asap,” begged the NBA great on Twitter. And it seems that TDE has gone ahead and made good on LeBron’s

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