Lebron James Is Debuting New Kendrick Lamar Songs Via His Instagram

Posted April 14, 2017

He's released one single from the album thus far - "Humble" - but LeBron James seemingly got his hands on the entire thing.

While Kendrick Lamar fans are waiting anxiously for the release of his fourth album, DAMN. Even though there are only a select few humans in the world right now with access to Kendrick Lamar's upcoming Damn.

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Damn., released in the United Kingdom on Friday morning, brought fans a politically charged start to the Easter weekend, as well as collaborations with the likes of U2 and Rihanna. I suppose Kendrick Lamar's new album is just too fire to keep quiet about.

DAMN marks the rapper's first full-length release since last year's unexpected untitled unmastered. collection.

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DAMN. follows To Pimp A Butterfly (2015) and good kid, m.A.A.d. city (2012), both pieces so ambitious and varied, richly envisioned and perfectly executed that Lamar could have retired a legend based on them alone. With a solid 14 tracks on the new record, it features guests such as Rihanna, and U2, with production work being handled by names as varied BadBadNotGood, Mike Will Made It, and Dr. Dre.

James hosted a live video of himself rapping and singing along to what appears to be over three minutes worth of music from K Dot's new album.

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