Terrence Martin, producer of “King Kunta” hit-maker Kendrick Lamar’s ‘To Pimp A Butterfly’ masterpiece, has revealed that Kendrick may never perform the songs from this latest chart-topping album again.
At the end of his 8-city tour ‘King Kunta Groove Sessions’, Kendrick himself told the crowd that the performance might have been his last live iteration of his most recent album, leaving many fans confused, disappointed and worried that they may never hear hits like “Alright” or “Complexion (A Zulu Love)” live again.
“We didn’t do that album for popular culture. We did that album for people who have no way out. We did that album for people who can’t even afford to go to the shows. We did an album for people who need hope. You don’t prostitute that.”
He then went on to say that Kendrick may be releasing a new album in the near future, although the two have yet to collaborate in the studio.