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The new version has Yeezy and Alan Kingdom's bars from the original and a new verse by K.Dot.
The six-second snippet of the song originally from West's 'So Help Me God' album features a new verse by K-Dot.
'Yeah definitely,' so Lamar said in an interview with NYC's Breakfast Club radio show when being asked about the circulating engagement rumors.
The rapper premiered the Director X-helmed visuals on the Beats by Dre billboard in Times Square in New York City on Wednesday, April 1 before making it available online later in the day.
Action Bronson's 'Mr. Wonderful' and the latest 'Kidz Bop' album are the only newcomers in the top 10, landing at No. 7 and No. 10, respectively.
The Compton rapper originally wanted the album to have the abbreviation 'Tupac' before he changed the record's title to 'To Pimp a Butterfly'.
The Compton rapper, Chris Brown, Trey Songz and Big Sean among others are taking the main stage at the festival scheduled to take place at NJ's MetLife Stadium on June 7.
The rapper was spotted filming some scenes at the Compton Swap Meet and a parking lot on Wednesday, March 25.
The Compton rapper's critically-acclaimed album, which was unexpectedly released last week, comes with 363,000 equivalent units including 324,000 pure album sales.
Around 2500 fans showed up at the Best Buy in Lamar's hometown of Compton to meet the rapper and have him sign their copies of his newest album.
The rapper's sophomore effort, which was made available a week ahead of its original release date, was streamed more than 9.6 million times in its first 24 hours.
The 23-year-old rapper says in a candid interview with Playboy that she wants to leave the U.S. because she hates 'everything about this country' and 'fat white Americans.'
The album that boasts guest appearances from Snoop Dogg, James Fauntleroy and Ronald Isley among others was made available on iTunes a week ahead of its original March 23 release date.
The racially-charged funky song has been described by Pharrell Williams as 'unapologetically black and AMAZING.'
Shared by Universal Music Group, the 16-song tracklist includes the previously-confirmed 'The Blacker the Berry' and the Grammy-winning 'i'.