The rapper has a surplus of unreleased music.

Kendrick Lamar offers new insight into his recent album DAMN. and what may come next in an interview on Apple Music today. The 50-minute discussion with Zane Lowe was filmed last week at Coachella and goes into a wide range of subjects.

They discuss Lamar calling himself “the greatest rapper alive,” the evolving influence of Tupac on his career, the large amount of unreleased music from the DAMN. sessions, as well as theories that their might be a second album on the way.

“There’s things,” the rapper said. “A lot of times people that listen to my music, they’re really good. Really, really, really good.”

He goes into specific tracks shedding light on his collaborations with U2, Rihanna and Mike WiLL Made-It, addressing Geraldo and Fox News on ‘DNA’ and the ambiguous story told in the opening track ‘Blood’.

Lamar also confirms the story on the closing track ‘DUCKWORTH.’ about how TDE boss Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith and his father first met is true.

“Still to this day, they laugh and tell that story over and over to each other,” Lamar said.

Earlier today, a week after this interview was filmed, Lamar told fans at a signing that he has more music on the way.

Watch the video for ‘DNA’ below.



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