Kendrick Lamar reflects on his career and latest album

Kendrick Lamar returned to Instagram earlier today after wiping his posts and even announcement of his latest album ‘Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers’ a few weeks ago.

pg-lang head took some time from his nationwide The Big Steppers Tour to share exactly 50 photos shot during the course of his ongoing tour with his proteges Baby Keem and Tanna Leone.

Kendrick who is yet to do a full fledge interview on his fifth studio album ‘Mr. Morale and The Big Steppers’, shared some words on his Instagram story reflecting on his career and album.

ngl jesus jojo and mary took a n*** twenty years to find mother i sober” wrote Kendrick in reference to his heartfelt song ‘Mother I Sober’ assisted by Beth Gibbons and Sam Dews where he touched on his childhood trauma, mother’s s*xual abuse and more.

rap has truly helped my expansion of self beyond the perception of who i believed to be . on jojo music is air to a young n**at this point” continued Kendrick on the importance of music in his life.

“im forever underground.infratrating mainstream a la carte”


On his career and journey, Kendrick wrote “ill never forget the process of falling in love with imperfection, the piano, my fans the stories of reconcilation i hear from penitantiries to small villages.” The 35-year-old rapper concluded his message by sending love to his fans.

Read the full message below: