Kendrick Lamar might have a new album on the way according to the rapper's labelmate, Isaiah Rashad. While partaking in a studio session with Top Dawg Entertainment's CEO Anthony Tiffith, Rashad revealed to Instagram Live that he heard "damn near" a new Kendrick album.

"[Top] just played me a whole Dot album, damn near," he said to viewers. Prior to his revelation, Rashad suggested that fans can expect more releases from the TDE camp. "[ScHoolboy] Q finna drop. SZA’s hair is green, so you know it’s going to be fire. You never know what’s going to happen," he revealed.

If that wasn't enough to keep listeners on their toes, Tiffith revealed last Wednesday that he already had two TDE albums in the bag and was "trying for 4." If Kanye West had a G.O.O.D summer, then it looks like Tiffith is gunning for a Top Dawg winter.

What are your thoughts on the news? Which TDE record are you most excited for?

In other music news, Childish Gambino shares his cameo-laden video for "Feels Like Summer."

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