Kendrick Lamar’s Upcoming Album Will Have Very Little Cameos – “It’s Almost Selfish Of Me,” He Says.

I am twirling my thumbs as I wait for the follow-up to Kendrick Lamar’s good kid, m.A.A.d city. K.Dot has remained on the hush-hush as he prepares for the fall release of the highly anticipated project, but somehow was able to inform Rolling Stone in on a small detail. Hit the jump for more.

K.Dot Talks The Pressure Of Creating An Album Better Than “Good Kid, M.A.A.D. City”

If you are any where near a Kendrick Lamar fan – such as myself – than you’re still listening to Good Kid, M.A.A.D. City and waiting for K.Dot’s sophomore album with toes tapping. Although, genius does take time. Kendrick talks to Complex for their August/September 2014 issue about taking his time on the next release, so that measuring up to the skill that he showed during Good Kid, M.A.A.D. City will be easy like Sunday morning. While we hope that an end to Kendrick’s creating an album process is near, there is still no cover art, he admits to have recorded about 30-40 possible tracks and he’s still, “flirting with ideas.” Tae Beats, Sounwave of Digi+Phonics as well as Dr. Dre are a few of the producers to be working on the album – sure to be great. “Kendrick shook up the rap game, so anticipation for his second offering is through the roof,” says Nas. TRUTH! “Whatever he does will be appreciated, but at the same time he knows he has to bring it,” he adds. Also, TRUTH! I’ll just be over here biting my nails as I wait. For now, hit the jump to check out what K.Dot mentions about the pressure, or lack there of in creating the follow-up to his debut album.

Sophomore Jinx For Kendrick Lamar? Not Likely

With news of his “sophomore” album being slightly delayed, TDE’s Kendrick Lamar spoke with a radio station based out of San Francisco about the pressures — or lack thereof — of following up to an album like GKMC. Check it out after the jump.

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