Kendrick Lamar Might Be Releasing ANOTHER Album on Sunday

Kendrick Lamar has unleashed a musical attack on everything from Fox News to Donald Trump in his hard-hitting new album.

After Rivera called Lamar "irresponsible" after his 2015 BET Awards performance where the rapper stood on top of a police auto and broke free of chains, Lamar rapped about Rivera on his new album which dropped on Thursday. "It is so wrong, it is so counterproductive, it gives exactly the wrong message".

From there he went on to address what his real problem was: hip-hop.

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Rivera has now responded to Lamar in an 18-minute video posted on his Facebook page, in which he complements the rapper before doubling down on his previous remarks. "The overall message is 'We gonna be alright.' Hip-hop is not the problem". The first single on the album DAMN is titled "Blood".

DAMN., the rapper's first project since last year's untiled unmastered.

To hear a portion of the song "Yah" from the album, click the audio player above.

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On the Damn. cut "Yah", Lamar rapped, "Fox News wanna use my name for percentage..." 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".

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.

But he's not the only target of Kendrick Lamar's righteous ire - bankers, the judicial system and the police also come in for some flak.

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To add fuel to this speculation, music producer Sounwave posted a curious tweet on April 13, teasing, "But what if I told you. that's not the official version", followed by an image of Fishburne.


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