Kodak Black, Lil Durk, Tyler, The Creator + More React to ‘Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers’

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Kendrick Lamar ended a five-year wait for a new album on Friday May 13 with the release of his highly anticipated fifth studio album. Mr. Morale and Big Steps.

An 18-song double-disc effort, the project features guest appearances from Ghostface Killah, Kodak Black, Baby Keem, Sampha, Blxst, Summer Walker, Tanna Leone and Portishead’s Beth Gibbons, among others. Behind the boards, frequent collaborators such as Sounwave, Pharrell, The Alchemist, Boi-1da and DJ Dahi provide the eclectic sounds.

But it’s Kendrick who steals the show, and not just because of his lyrical skills. Throughout the album, the Compton native addresses Kanye West and Drake’s reconciliation, Kyrie Irving’s COVID-19 stance, and “cancel culture.” He also talks about his “lust addiction” and infidelity, as well as transgender parents and sexual abuse in the black community.

While Mr. Morale and Big Steps opens another chapter in Kendrick’s illustrious career, it also marks the end of an era in another sense, serving as the 34-year-old rapper’s final release on Top Dawg Entertainment, the label he’s called home for a while. more than a decade.

β€œAs I produce my last TDE album, I feel joy to have been part of such a cultural imprint after 17 years,” he wrote on his website oklama.com last August. “The struggles. The success. And above all, the Brotherhood. May the Most High continue to use Top Dawg as a vessel for candid creators.

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Given the fervent anticipation leading up to its release, it’s no surprise that Mr. Morale and Big Steps became one of the hottest topics on social media on Friday, with fans and artists flooding the internet with their reactions to Kendrick Lamar’s long-awaited latest effort.

From current rap stars such as Lil Durk, Tyler, The Creator and Kodak Black (who makes several appearances on the album) to OGs such as Lupe Fiasco, Questlove and JAY-Z engineer Young Guru, Mr. Morale and Big Steps The internet was going crazy – which is nothing new for King Kendrick.

Check out reactions to Kendrick Lamar’s new album below.

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