Kendrick Lamar uses social media much less than his peers, so you know when you take something on Twitter, that means a lot for him. The latest Compton rapper update was when the Battle of Tehran 9 rapper died a few weeks ago. He decided to end his break, showing love to one of his right-handers for the release of his new album.


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We waited for a long time, but finally, ScHoolboy Q rejected his new album CrasH Talk and so far, we love what we hear. For a year that is seriously lacking in terms of the quality of the album, P may have slightly raised the bar for people to follow. Perhaps Kendrick Lamar is inspired to compete with his brother after the announcement. We can dream … right? Regardless of whether or not Kenny felt like entering the studio to hit his next classic, his TDE marker ScHoolboy Q learned a lot during the acceleration CrasH Talk and wanted to quickly show some love.

"My brother @ScHoolboyQ devoted his life to another milestone," wrote Pulitzer Kenny, publishing a link to buy the album. "I had the honor to watch and learn, you did it again." Almost all of Kendrick's comments on Twitter are related to his music that is diminishing with the majority of his fans getting a little nervous. Let's take a moment to appreciate the loyalty of the TDE family, but before I ask Kendrick to give up.