Three Unreleased Kendrick Lamar Tracks Surface Online
Unreleased Kendrick Lamar Tracks: The eagerly awaited new album from Kendrick Lamar is in transit. K.dot has been seen recording another music video on two events now. One, where he can be seen on a payphone in Los Angeles, and another where he is being hung over the sea. The triumphant return of Kung-Fu Kenny is by all accounts not too far off, and the final quarter is consistently an extraordinary spot for a rapper to make a sprinkle. As detailed by HipHopDX, three already unheard Kendrick tracks have surfaced on the web.
On Saturday (September 5), “Guilty Conscience” (a turn on Eminem and Dr. Dre’s amazing single), “Prayer,” and “Somebody” surfaced on the web. In spite of the fact that the songs sound incomplete, they still exhibit astonishing ability and reflection. On the melody “Prayer,” K.Dot spits about parentage and inheritance.“The price of being iconic was demonic and screwed,”he spits
“I stood on stage and had to watch my father on the news/Stress on the head of my spirit, I was lost and confused/I knew both sides of the story, but still I couldn’t choose/See, it was more than humiliation and being sued.”
It is hazy if these are old tracks and if they will appear on the new Kendrick album.
Peep them below.