K.Dot took to Twitter on Friday (Mar. 6) to tweet the link to the highly anticipated LP, which, according to the page, is expected to drop on March 23.
There’s still no official title for the project, but the first single, "The Blacker The Berry," is listed as track No. 13 out of 16 total.
If there are any guest features, those details are still unknown.
While there's no way to know if the rest of the songs on King Kendrick's upcoming opus will be as politically charged as his latest or as self-aware as "i," he did reveal in an interview with MTV News last year that as an artist, it's his responsibility to use his lyrics to paint vivid pictures of the world around him--good and bad.
“I think that from a creative space artists always recognized [what was going on], but now the world is starting to see it,” he said. “So as long as I continue to say what I wanna say, clarify my reasons for why things are this way, and how we can deal with them— from my opinion, not being preachy, but from my own perspective—you can listen to it or you don’t have to.”