Kendrick Lamar’s Unreleased Songs ft. SZA, Michael Jackson & Others Leak – Details Here!

October 1, 2018
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Kendrick Lamar is heated to the point of filing charges over his unreleased songs being leaked online. So far a total of nine of his unreleased songs have been leaked within the past two days. The songs are so well produced and mixed down, that it would have to be assumed that they were being prepared for an upcoming new album. The leaked songs includes features from SZA, Busta Rhymes, the legend Michael Jackson and others.

The leaked collection of Kendrick Lamar songs are bundled under the title, Bad Kid Chill City EP. Many fans have already downloaded the project and some have created their own album covers and track listing for the project. At this point, it will be impossible for Kendrick or his TDE label to put a stop to the thievery. It may also be too late for them to make any money from the project unless they release the project free and make money on its publishing rights and on touring.

Below are a list of the Kendar Lamar songs leaked. Under the circumstances, we cannot confirm the accuracy of their titles.
“Gang Member”
“The Only N****”
“Want In Life”
“Loved Ones” Feat. SZA
“Own This City”
“Heroin” Feat. SZA, Jay Rock, Isaiah Rashad & Ab-Soul
“Look Over Your Shoulders” Feat. Busta Rhymes & Michael Jackson
“Swimming Pools Alternate”

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