During Kendrick Lamar's last several television appearances, he's performed songs from his "Untitled" series. They have graced the stage of Stephen Colbert and the Grammys, and have garnered rave reviews from fans and critics alike. These songs have made such an impression that it looks like his fan base aren't the only ones clamoring for him to release the tracks in CDQ.
None other than LeBron James took to Twitter tonight to ask TDE's CEO Top Dawg to convince Lamar to release the tracks to the public, citing his show-stopping Grammys performance as proof that we need them. "You have to release those untitled tracks asap!!!" he wrote. "What's up? Talk to me."
Apparently LeBron isn't the only one who's been on Top Dawg's case about this. He responded to James on Twitter, saying that "the fans been killing me. Y'all just backed me in a corner. Give me a few days to think." It's no sure bet, but from the sound of it, we maybe getting downloadable versions of tracks soon. Check out his tweet below