Kendrick Lamar made his triumphant return to music last month, releasing his divisive single titled "i," which wasn't what many were expecting. Tonight, Scott Vener (who is the Music Supervisor for HBOs "Entourage") let loose a few tweets that revealed some information on Kendrick's upcoming album. He was originally going to meet with Pharrell Williams in his studio but Kendrick Lamar was also in attendance and decided to play a couple of new songs. One of the standout tracks was titled "King Kunta," a song that he said that Pharrell described as "unapologetically black." Check out some of the tweets below:

. @kendricklamar x @SounwaveTDE got a new song called “King Kunta” #Compton

— scott vener (@brokemogul) October 30, 2014

After @Pharrell heard it. The first thing he said “that song is so unapologetically black and AMAZING” #KingKunta

— scott vener (@brokemogul) October 30, 2014

He had a similar flow to James Brown in “Payback” talking like a conversation and rapping hard as hell

— scott vener (@brokemogul) October 30, 2014

After @Pharrell heard it, he said “those chord changes though. I can’t wait for @QtipTheAbstract to hear this” #KingKunta

— scott vener (@brokemogul) October 30, 2014

I only got to hear it once. usually I listen to the beat then digest the lyrics the 2nd time around but… fuck…

— scott vener (@brokemogul) October 30, 2014

If we can’t get @kendricklamar a Grammy lets get him an Oscar #KingKunta

— scott vener (@brokemogul) October 30, 2014

If the song left that much of an impression on Scott and Pharrell, then we can only imagine what will happen when Kendrick finally decides to release it.