Kendrick Lamar Ignites Speculation With Online Move

03-24-2017
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Kendrick Lamar

(Radio.com) Thursday morning marked the dawn of a new day on Kendrick Lamar's Instagram profile. The To Pimp a Butterfly rapper wiped all of his old posts and shared a black-and-white image of the Roman numeral "IV."

So far, Kendrick has released three studio albums: Section.80, good kid, m.A.A.d city and To Pimp A Butterfly. It seems fairly obvious that his fixation on the number four teases the next chapter.

Following To Pimp a Butterfly will be no small feat: Earlier this year, Harvard admitted the album into its university archives for aesthetic and cultural significance. It also contained President Barack Obama's favorite song of 2015, "How Much a Dollar Cost." Read more here.

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