Kendrick Lamar's new album samples conservative news broadcaster

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After causing a frenzy with the one-off "The Heart Part 4" and the show-stealer "Humble", music heads and the like have been thirsty for Kendrick Lamar's fourth studio album.

Anyways, Kendrick only responded once back then saying that Rivera was twisting his words. LP raised eyebrows when it was announced earlier this week; the band is one of only two guests to earn a "featuring" designation on the track listing, with the other being Rihanna, who appears on the song "LOYALTY".

(Radio.com) Kendrick Lamar just released his highly anticipated album, DAMN. on Friday (April 14th), but fans are speculating a second new album could be coming on Easter Sunday.

"Fox News wanna use my name for percentage/ Somebody tell Geraldo this n-- got ambition", Lamar rapped.

The whole spat started after Rivera was offended by Kendrick's controversial performance, and exclaimed that "hip-hop has done more damage to young African-American men" than racism has.

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Rumours are now swirling that Lamar may be planning to release a second, surprise record on Sunday, after fans and critics pointed out certain "clues" in his first release. Just given the bare bones we fleshed something out that has a lot of people talking.

Going on to dissect the new album's track lineup, it further explains that K-Dot's first song "BLOOD." represents the Crips' rival Compton-bred street gang, the Bloods.

Another hint that some folks are pointing is that Kendrick Lamar changes the color of the wall that he standing in front of on his album cover from red to blue.

Rivera continues to say that "Black Lives Matter avoids the central reality" and states that it's the issues within black communities that cause problems. "Nobody's seen more violence - no big time reporter has ever seen more ghetto violence, urban violence than me".

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