Fox News Host Responds To Kendrick Lamar's 'DAMN.' Critcism

We've got a whole weekend ahead of us, and a brand new Kendrick album to spend it listening to.

Lamar also makes his views on the current USA presidency clear in more than one track, singing in XXX: "Donald Trump's in office, we lost Barack and promised never to doubt him again, but is America honest or do we bask in sin?"

He concluded: "Hip-hop is not the problem".

Kendrick Lamar is about to release Damn.

Kendrick Lamar sent the Internet into a frenzy last week when he announced his latest album, "DAMN." would be released April 14. Beginning with a mysterious tweet from TDE's in-house producer Sounwave, the theory explains that Kendrick is not finished with us just yet.

When Kendrick Lamar released his track "The Heart Part 4" last month, fans were going insane over the fact that he mentioned April 7th in the track.

In the movie, Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne) offered Neo (Keanu Reeves) a choice between a red pill and a blue pill.

He also believes the tracks on the forthcoming album will compliment tracks on Damn. Followers are now interpreting "TOC" as meaning "the other color".

A new way Kendrick Lamar is drumming up interest in his new album, DAMN, is by having Lebron James debut some of the songs on his Instagram 15 seconds at a time. Three days later, the holiday Christians have come to identify as Easter, Jesus was resurrected, and K-Dot may be resurrecting himself with an album on that date as well. "Others have speculated it's actually an anagram for "Death 2 the leader", but there aren't enough E's for that to work".

The news presenter wasn't bowled over with Lamar rapping from the top of a police vehicle and yelling, "We hate the po-po, wanna kill us dead in the street fo sho" and "My gun might blow".

  • Patricia Jimenez