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    Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers

    Studio album by Kendrick Lamar

    Released May 13, 2022


    Alternative hip hopprogressive rapconscious hip hopjazz rapexperimental hip hop

    Length 73:05 Label

    PGLangTop DawgAftermathInterscope


    The AlchemistBaby KeemBeach NoiseBekonBoi-1daCardoCraig BalmorisDJ DahiDJ KhalilThe DonutsDuval TimothyFnZfranOGrandmaster VicJahaan SweetJ.LBSOKLAMAPharrell WilliamsSounwaveTae Beast

    Kendrick Lamar chronology

    (2018) (2022)

    is the fifth studio album by American rapper Kendrick Lamar, released on May 13, 2022, through PGLang, Top Dawg Entertainment, Aftermath Entertainment and Interscope Records. It is Lamar's first full-length album release since the soundtrack (2018), and his first solo studio album release since (2017). The double album serves as his final project with Top Dawg.[1]

    The album features narration by Whitney Alford and Eckhart Tolle, and guest appearances from Blxst, Amanda Reifer, Sampha, Taylour Paige, Summer Walker, Ghostface Killah, Baby Keem, Kodak Black, Sam Dew, Tanna Leone, and Beth Gibbons of Portishead. Lamar reunited with frequent collaborators Sounwave, J.LBS, DJ Dahi, and Bekon for the majority of the album's production.


    1 Background

    2 Music and lyrical themes

    2.1 Songs

    3 Release and promotion

    4 Tour

    5 Critical reception

    6 Track listing 7 Personnel 8 References


    In December 2020, the Roskilde Festival announced that Lamar would be headlining the festival in 2021, noting that "new material [was] on the way".[2][3] On April 14, 2021, during an interview with Complex in commemoration to the fourth anniversary of , Lamar's engineer MixedByAli was asked if the album would arrive in 2021 and replied: "It might, it might, you never know".[4][5]

    In a blog post on August 20, 2021, Lamar announced that he was in the process of producing his final album under the Top Dawg Entertainment label, writing:

    I spend most of my days with fleeting thoughts. Writing. Listening. And collecting old Beach cruisers. The morning rides keep me on a hill of silence. I go months without a phone. Love, loss, and grief have disturbed my comfort zone, but the glimmers of God speak through my music and family. While the world around me evolves, I reflect on what matters the most. The life in which my words will land next. As I produce my final TDE album, I feel joy to have been a part of such a cultural imprint after 17 years. The Struggles. The Success. And most importantly, the Brotherhood. May the Most High continue to use Top Dawg as a vessel for candid creators. As I continue to pursue my life's calling. There's beauty in completion. And always faith in the unknown. Thank you for keeping me in your thoughts. I've prayed for you all. See you soon enough.[6]

    On January 27, 2022, reported that a single release on February 4 or 11 was possible, before Lamar performed at the Super Bowl LVI halftime show.[7]

    Music and lyrical themes[edit]

    is a double album consisting of 18 songs split into two sections of nine tracks.[8][9] The first album, , is narrated by Lamar's longtime partner, beautician Whitney Alford. The second album, , is narrated by spiritual teacher Eckhart Tolle.[10][11][8] Musically, it is an alternative hip hop, conscious hip hop[12] and jazz rap[13] record with diverse elements of soul, funk, blues, progressive rock, psychedelia, and West Coast hip hop.[14] The subject material of the album provides an independent viewpoint and deals with societal and contemplative topics such as social media, cancel culture, free speech, mainstream media, capitalism, sexuality, gender, the concept of identity, Christianity, parenthood and romance.[8][9]

    Much of the album was produced by Lamar's frequent collaborators Sounwave, J.LBS, DJ Dahi, and Bekon.[9] Other production contributions came from Boi-1da, Baby Keem, Jahann Sweet, The Donuts, Tae Beast, The Alchemist, and Pharrell Williams, amongst others.[15] Additional songwriting contributions came from a variety of artists such as Sam Dew, Thundercat, Tommy Paxton-Beesley, and Homer Steinweiss.[15][16]


    The second track, "N95", is a comical slight at the trendy, fashion-like, sell-out mainstream woke ideology, hypocrisy and cancel culture.[17] The eighth track, "We Cry Together", samples Florence and the Machine's song "June". Lyrically, it revolves around a heated argument between Lamar and actress Taylour Paige.[8][9][18] "Auntie Diaries" tells the story of Lamar's transgender uncle and cousin, while he criticizes societal views on the LGBTQ+ community.[19]

    Release and promotion[edit]

    On April 18, 2022, Lamar announced the album's name and its release date of May 13, 2022, through a PGLang-headed letter.[20][21] The website was also updated with a new page called "The Heart", containing 399 empty computer folders, indicating a possible release of "The Heart Part 5", a continuation of Lamar's "The Heart" song series.[22] On May 3, 2022, Lamar teased the release of the album with a photo that appears to show the master copy of the finished album.[23]

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    Mr Morale and the Big Steppers Wiki {May} Get Details!

    Mr Morale and the Big Steppers Wiki has reviewed the latest hip hop album by Kendrick Lamar and shared its details for music fans.


    Mr Morale and the Big Steppers Wiki {May} Get Details!

    Alexis AldenMay 14, 2022no commentNo tags

    Mr Morale and the Big Steppers Wiki has reviewed the latest hip hop album by Kendrick Lamar and shared its details for music fans.

    If you are one of the fans of Pulitzer winner rapper Kendrick Lamar, there is something for you after a gap of five years. We are talking about his latest album release that is getting popular in countries like South Africa and the United States as the wait for his fans is over.

    This album also narrates the story of the rapper who has had some difficult times during this gap of five years. In Mr Morale and the Big Steppers Wiki write-up, we have reviewed this album and presented its details.

    Table of Contents

    Mr Morale and Big Stepper Album:

    This album has come after a gap of five years for Kendrick Lamar fans and will be his last work for Dawg Entertainment. The last album released by the rapper was the Black Panther soundtrack in 2018.

    Some facts related to Lamar’s latest release are listed below.

    This album has two-parts Big Stepper and Mr Morale.

    Each part has a nine-track.

    The album was released on the 13th of May in countries like Canada and the United Kingdom.

    Whitney Alford narrates the first part of the album.

    Mr Morale and the Big Steppers Review:

    This album tells a lot about the rapper’s last five years and narrates the fame and difficult time faced by him. The soundtrack in the album keeps changing its tone and mood to different realities of the present-day world.

    The second track of the Big Stepper N95 is a bit comical and narrates the ideological thinking that is always looking for injustice done to a group. The album lyrics and music are high on content and indicate the different aspects of our society.

    Metacritic has given it a 100/100 score, while AnyDecentMusic has given it 9.6/10 rating points. Some Mr Morale and the Big Steppers Review rating are listed below.

    The Guardian – Five ratings

    The Daily Telegraph – Four ratings

    The Times – Five ratings

    NME – Five ratings

    The Independent – Five rating

    Most tabloids have given a five-star rating and positive reviews to this album.

    Tracks in Volume 1 Big Steppers:

    There are nine tracks in volume one named Big Steppers; we have listed the track name and its timing below.

    United in Grief – 4:15

    N95 – 3:5

    Worldwide Steppers – 3:23

    Die Hard – 3:59 Father time – 3:42 Rich – 1:43 Rich Spirit – 3:22

    We Cry Together – 5:41

    Purple Hearts – 5:29

    Mr Morale and the Big Steppers Wiki Tracks:

    The album has eighteen tracks in all, divided into two-volume, having a total length of seventy-five minutes. Some of the tracks in Mr Morale are listed below.

    Count Me Out – 4:43 Crown – 4:24 Silent Hill – 3:40 Savior – 2:32

    Aunties Diaries – 4:41

    Mr Morale – 3:30

    Mother I Sober – 6:46

    Mirror – 4:16

    Aunties Diaries has songs related to Tran’s community, a first of its type for hip-hop.


    The latest album by Kendrick Lamar covers many topics like false news, fake identity through social media, and pressure to get at the top. 

    Mr Morale and the Big Steppers Wiki has tried to cover all the aspects of the album for music lovers and Lamar fans. Rappers fans can share their thoughts on this latest release in the comment section.

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