Kendrick Lamar, aka oklama, announced his new album Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers 15 days ago. At the time, we learned the album, Kendrick’s final release for Top Dawg Entertainment, would be out May 13. Until today, Kendrick and his team have not revealed any further information about the project since then. However, one huge detail may have just surfaced: It looks like this might be a double album.
You can download leaked album from the below link.
Pushin’ (Ft. Baby Keem)
Fight Song (Ft. Taylour Paige)
Lack of Better Words (Ft. SZA)
Therapy Session #9
The Heart Part 5
Out Of Pocket
Handsome (Alternative Version) (Ft. Baby Keem)
After five long years, Kendrick Lamar is finally about to return with a new album.
On Monday afternoon, he updated his website oklama.com with a statement that revealed he is, in fact, not retiring. “Appreciate your patience,” the end of his Michael Jordan-esque press release read, after revealing his album’s impending arrival.
Updating his Oklama website with a black-colored folder icon entitled “master,” the artist uploaded a photo of what seems like a book bearing his name and the album title, along with two “MASTER COPY” CDs individually labelled “STEPPERS” and “MORALE.” K-Dot did not confirm whether the speculations of the double album or the book were correct, however, leaving fans to wait for either an official announcement or the release day.
Lamar teased the record—his “final TDE album,” as he described it—on a website launched in August 2021. “May the Most High continue to use Top Dawg as a vessel for candid creators. As I continue to pursue my life’s calling,” he wrote at the time. “There’s beauty in completion. And always faith in the unknown.” He signed the note, “Oklama.”
Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers follows Lamar’s Pulitzer-winning 2017 album Damn. Since then, he’s curated and helmed the Black Panther soundtrack, headlined Coachella and Top Dawg Entertainment’s Championship Tour, won a bunch of Grammy Awards, and been nominated for an Oscar.