'Poetic Justice' rapper Kendrick Lamar has put his 10-year-old brother in charge of his new album.
Kendrick Lamar says his 10-year-old brother is the sole owner of his new album.
The 27-year-old 'Poetic Justice' rapper has revealed that his little brother has the only available copy of his highly anticipated second studio album.
When asked if he had put the coveted record in a vault somewhere, Kendrick replied: ''A copy? You gonna have to go through my little brother.
''He got the album, he got the album.
''He's 10 years old. No, real talk. He has it. He has the album and he told me what he likes.''
Continuing his interview with the radio show The Whoolywood Shuffle, he told DJ Whoo Kid: ''That's my A&R right there. He has a sophisticated ear. He's in somebody's elementary [school] right now knowing all the lyrics. Telling 'em, Watch.''
Kendrick - who released his debut studio album 'Good Kid, M.A.A.D City' in October 2012 - warned his fans not to have any expectations for his new material.
He said: ''Don't expect nothing. People always ask me what to expect from an album, don't expect nothing. Don't expect anything. It's just creativity man, it's just life.''
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