Eminem has praised Kendrick Lamar’s new album Mr. Morale and the big steppers.
On Sunday (May 15), the 49-year-old rapper admitted he was “speechless” after listening to Lamar’s latest project.
“Yo @DrDre this Kendrick album is freaking ridiculous,” he wrote on Twitter. “I’m speechless.”
The album was released at midnight on Friday May 13, a few days after Lamar unveiled the official cover artwork along with a new single entitled “The Heart Part 5”.
The album is divided into a double-disc format, each containing nine tracks.
The first part of Lamar’s album consists of collaborations with Blxst, Sampha, Amanda Reifer, Summer Walker, Taylour Paige and Ghostface Killah.
The second CD features collaborations with rappers like Baby Keem and Kodak Black.
that of the independent Ben Bryant gave Lamar’s album a five-star rating, commenting that the new release possesses “a tenderness and tenderness unparalleled for the Compton, California father-of-two.”
“Mr Morale and the big steppers is a bundle of songs dealing with conflict and reconciliation,” he continued. “It’s ingrained in Lamar’s own life, right down to a cover that contains the first confirmation of the birth of his second child, Enoch. He deserves this moment of reflection.”
Hours after the release of his new album, Lamar announced the dates for his The Big Steppers tour.
These shows mark Lamar’s first tour dates since 2018’s The DAMN tour that accompanied the 2017 album DAMN IT.
The 14-time Grammy winner will kick off the North American leg of the tour in Oklahoma on July 19.
The European leg of the tour kicks off in Amsterdam on October 7 before hitting cities like Prague, Berlin, Stockholm and Paris.
The loyalty.” The rapper will kick off the UK and Ireland leg of the tour in Glasgow on November 2 before stopping in Leeds, Newcastle, Birmingham, London, Dublin and Manchester.
The Big Steppers Tour then ends in December in Australia and New Zealand.
https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/news/eminem-kendrick-lamar-new-album-speechless-b2079725.html Eminem Praises Kendrick Lamar’s New Album Mr Morale and the Big Steppers: ‘I’m Speechless’