Details about Kendrick Lamar's sophomore album have been scarce and after he dropped the second single "The Blacker The Berry" earlier this month, fans have been even more anxious for the full project. During K. Dot's last promo run, he revealed that the only person who had heard the album in its entirety was his 10-year-old little brother. Now he's not the only one.
Michael Jackson's son, Prince, took to his Twitter to reveal that TDE's golden child allowed him and his friend to hear some of the tracks from the album.
There has been a phony tracklist, fake album name and cover previously floating around that Kendrick and TDE CEO Top Dawg have all disregarded. Even though the album is not out yet, the good kid has already won two Grammys, Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance, for its first single, "i."