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Kendrick Lamar Announces “Good Kid, Mad City” Album Release Date

June 25, 2012 · Posted in news · 9 Comments 


Kendrick Lamar was heard on Power 106 this weekend announcing that his album which will be called Good Kid, Mad City is due for release on October 2nd.

This will be Kendrick’s major label debut on Aftermath/Interscope records and will follow on from his critically acclaimed independent album Section 80.

While we still await official confirmation from Interscope, this is an album we definitely look forward too. He has already released the first single from the album featuring Dr Dre called The Recipe. Read the full Kendrick Lamar The Recipe Lyrics here.

Source: HHDX


9 Responses to “Kendrick Lamar Announces “Good Kid, Mad City” Album Release Date”

  1. B Rivers on June 25th, 2012 6:14 pm

    this will be the album of the year


    Riggs Reply:

    @B Rivers, HELL FUCKING YEAH!!!!


  2. Riggs on June 25th, 2012 7:35 pm

    if you saw the Powerhouse performance online at the power 106 website. it was a headliner and it said at the bottom “Purchase the Recipe single with Dr. Dre blah blah blah… Good Kid In A Mad City to released 10/2/12″ so ive been knowing this for 2 days sorta before he annouced it. i just never believed it fully, and i kept asking Kendrick and his maneger on twitter and they never responded.

    BUT!! who cares what im saying, I CANNOT WAIT FOR THIS! MY NUMBER ONE ALBUM THIS YEAR!!


  3. Youngin on June 25th, 2012 7:54 pm

    October feels far


  4. The Royal One on June 25th, 2012 9:26 pm

    If Dr.Dre produces half the album like he did Game’s 1st album “The Documentary” there might be another West Coast classic album.


  5. Zaree7214 on June 26th, 2012 12:17 am

    he’s too overrated. i mean yeah he’s a real rapper and i appreciate that, but y’all just sucking his dick 24/7


    Curt Reply:

    @Zaree7214, Overly Dedicated and Section .80 are classics… I mean not everyone will relate to him but that dude has made some phenominal music compared to 98 % of the industry the last few years


    Zaree7214 Reply:

    @Curt, i agree completely, im a big fan of his music. but people just hyping him too much. He will change like the rest, im sure. thats all the music industry is about.


  6. austinh on June 26th, 2012 12:44 am

    He said on twitter that this is not true


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