Kendrick Lamar is finally gearing up for the release of his follow-up LP to 2017’s DAMN. On Monday K.Dot announced his upcoming album, Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers. With that out of the way, the Compton, Grammy Award-winning rapper casually showed face at the L.A. Dodgers game last night against the Atlanta Braves.
Almost unrecognizable, Lamar was seated with the general public in the right-field pavilion area of the Dodger Stadium being accompanied by pgLang signee, Tanna Leone. The rapper was just casually chilling in his zone while fans and supporters took selfies with him.
Kendrick kicking it at the Dodgers game while we search through a bunch of empty folders 💀 pic.twitter.com/HAhW39HbGZ
From time, Kendrick has shown support for the Dodgers, most remarkably in 2015 following the release of To Pimp A Butterfly. K.Dot did the honors of throwing the first pitch at the game and also granted a brief interview where he talked about the project.
Kendrick’s upcoming new album, Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers, was made known via a press release published on www.oklama.com. Last night, the website received a new update with a new URL code, indicating a new installment of “The Heart” series being on the way.
Although fans who tapped on the link were taken to another page containing numerous folders, of which none actually contained any new music.