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The only thing better than a new Kendrick Lamar album is two of them - and after this morning's release of DAMN., some fans think he's releasing another LP on Easter Sunday.
Kung Fu Kenny had multiple Twitter trending topics at once late with the midnight release of DAMN., the follow-up to his critically-acclaimed, Grammy-winning To Pimp A Butterfly. While the verdict is yet to be determined, one thing is clear: despite having a more straightforward sound than his previous effort, DAMN. is still conceptually dense, with ideas that will take a while to find. And as usual, fans have put together their theories to figure out the puzzle that Kendrick has created.
Some think that the next piece to that puzzle is another album altogether, coming on Easter Sunday - based on DAMN.'s themes of gang life and religion, and interpretations of some tweets and other factors. Check out the conspiracy theories below. What do you think? Is there anything to these ideas, or are they too far-fetched? A new album would add even more juice to Kendrick's Sunday night performance at Coachella.
Whether he has another album on the way or not, fans should have plenty to appreciate with DAMN. - and plenty to break down all weekend.
Kendrick Lamar is dropping 2 albums this weekend... pic.twitter.com/U2G18wJhoT— ㅤㅤㅤㅤㅤ (@deathyeezus) April 14, 2017
*hits blunt* pic.twitter.com/Ac7QPF8vl8— Persian Papi (@ThatPersianGuy) April 14, 2017
I'm on board with the Kendrick double album theory. It checks out. I think he flipped it tho. Damn is the 2nd disc.— Larry Beyince (@DragonflyJonez) April 14, 2017
Damn has a period at the end. I think the double album is named God Damn. God drops Easter Sunday. Damn drops Good Friday.— Larry Beyince (@DragonflyJonez) April 14, 2017
And I think that's why Kendrick looks evil as fuck on Damn. And the one word titles lend to God having tracks that are titled the opposite.— Larry Beyince (@DragonflyJonez) April 14, 2017
So Damn on Good Friday. God on Easter. Damn=Death. God=Resurrection/Life. Don't mind me tho. Just pissing in the wind or some shit like that— Larry Beyince (@DragonflyJonez) April 14, 2017
And Jesus died on Good Friday to save us from eternal damnation. So. Maybe. Perhaps. We'll see.— Larry Beyince (@DragonflyJonez) April 14, 2017
And the last track on Damn is Duckworth. Last track on God is probably Kendrick Lamar. Yeah. I'm all in. Put your foil hat on with me.— Larry Beyince (@DragonflyJonez) April 14, 2017