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Kendrick Lamar fans will soon have more K. Dot content to enjoy.
As the Grammy-winning rapper continues his massively successful year (and it's only March), now there's a biography on the way. Bandcamp senior editor Marcus J. Moore on Thursday revealed he is working on the forthcoming book titled The Butterfly Effect: How Kendrick Lamar Ignited the Soul of Black America.
Described as a "cultural biography," the title is expected to arrive in the coming months on Simon & Schuster imprint Touchstone Books.
News of The Butterfly Effect comes as Lamar earlier this year won the Grammy Award for Best Rap Album with DAMN. He has since released Black Panther: The Album, the soundtrack for the blockbuster film, which he co-produced and curated. He is also preparing to hit the road this summer.
Some big news I've been eager to share: I've signed with @TouchstoneBooks to write the cultural biography of Kendrick Lamar. My book, "The Butterfly Effect: How Kendrick Lamar Ignited the Soul of Black America," will detail his rise to rap superstardom. pic.twitter.com/6Fm68sFBad— Marcus J. Moore (@MarcusJMoore) March 22, 2018