Fans banter whether Kendrick Lamar will drop his last TDE collection before Drake and Kanye West’s hotly anticipated collections.
On 2015’s “Hood Politics,” Kendrick Lamar rapped, “It’s interesting how one section could fuck up the game,” and presently, after six years, he has sent the whole music industry into a fit with one simple online media post. The post provoked fans to visit oklama.com, and on the site, there was an enthusiastic open letter that declared Kendrick’s fifth studio collection, which turns out will be his last delivery on TDE.
Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith has since remarked on K. Speck’s fast approaching takeoff from TDE, and deciding from the two his and Kendrick’s public assessments, the split has all the earmarks of being friendly. Thus, fans have been hurrying to Twitter to share their energy for a Kendrick Lamar collection and to think back on the conclusion of a significant time period for TDE.
Anthony Tiffith (L) and Kendrick Lamar go to a ball game between the Los Angeles Clippers and the Los Angeles Lakers at Staples Center on April 5, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.
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Kendrick Lamar’s impending delivery is perhaps the most expected collections this year, so normally, the discussion moved from Kendrick’s thrilling declaration to the glaring truth that both Kanye West Drake actually haven’t dropped their hotly anticipated ventures. Over the previous month, there have been tales that Kanye has been messing with the delivery date for DONDA trying to upstage Drake’s Certified Lover Boy, however presently, apparently may even be a three-way standoff between Hip-Hop’s greatest goliaths.
Subsequently, fans are joking Drake and Kanye for allowing things to get to this point, as many contend that Kendrick Lamar’s forthcoming collection is the lone thing that is important starting here out. Look at some Twitter responses underneath.