Kendrick Lamar Picks First Single In Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers’
Kendrick Lamar marked his return with Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers which was out a week ago today. With the highest sales week of the year, the album is already on track to debut at the top of the Billboard 200. Fans are still deconstructing the album and the varied meanings they find in individual tracks.
The album plays in the manner of a therapy session. While conceptual, there are some big records that will undoubtedly be getting played for months.
K.Dot and his label officially chose the first song from the album this week, and it may cause even more controversy for the Compton rapper. “Silent Hill” feat. Kodak Black will be on radio rotation on May 31st, according to Hip-Hop-N-More. The song has already gained traction on YouTube and TikTok. It will certainly become an unavoidable summer song once it gets to radio.
Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers include a lot of Kodak Black. He sings the beginning to “Worldwide Steppers” and “Rich (Interlude)” in addition to appearing on “Silent Hill.” Kendrick’s decision drew some criticism, but it doesn’t seem to be bothering him right now.
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