When Kendrick Lamar released his track "The Heart Part 4" last month, fans were going insane over the fact that he mentioned April 7th in the track.
The album was just released and it's a no-brainer that it will be going to number one on the Billboard 200 with the next chart. 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.
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However, gains were capped due to caution over the rising tensions in the Middle East and political uncertainty in Europe. Sectorial indices such as FMCG, capital goods, PSU, realty and banking were in the lead, giving sentiment a lift.
There's more. The same Reddit thread points out hints that there could theological ties between the pair of albums, with the possibility that Kendrick will be resurrected on Easter after being killed on Good Friday at the end of DAMN. We wouldn't be surprised if he performed a number of new songs for the thousands attending the two-weekend music festival. (Yes, that U2.) It's his first studio LP since 2015's acclaimed To Pimp A Butterfly. Can he go for the three-peat?
Kendrick Lamar has unleashed a musical attack on everything from Fox News to Donald Trump in his hard-hitting new album.