Kendrick Lamar?s highly-anticipated new album has a proper cover art. The rapper took to Instagram on Tuesday night, March 10 to share a black-and-white image showing a group of shirtless men posing in front of a building resembling the White House while holding dollar bills. A judge lies on the ground with two Xs covering his eyes.


Lamar also hinted at the official title of his new studio effort in the caption. ? ?Don?t all dogs go to heaven? Don?t Gangsta?s boogie? Do owl s**t stank? Lions, Tigers & Bears. But TO PIMP A BUTTERFLY. Its the American dream n***a?.? ? lil Homie,? he wrote.

The album comes as a follow-up to 2012?s ?good kid, m.A.A.d city? which was nominated for several awards at the 2014 Grammys, including Best Rap Album and the coveted Album of the Year. It?s available for pre-order on iTunes and is scheduled to hit shelves on March 23 via Aftermath/Interscope.

Already confirmed to appear on the 16-song set is ?The Blacker the Berry? which Lamar debuted last month. Meanwhile, it?s still unknown if his Grammy-winning song ?i? will make the cut to the disc or not.



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