The List of Kendrick Lamar Albums in Order of Release

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Heaving sold over 70 million records in the United States alone, and all of his studio albums have been certified platinum or higher by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), Kendrick Lamar Duckworth is one of the best American rapper who has released five studio albums, one compilation album, one extended play (EP), five mixtapes, 65 singles (including 44 as a featured artist), and three promotional singles.

In an interview with Apple Music, Kendrick Lamar reflected on his 2015 album To Pimp a Butterfly—in particular, the song “Alright.” It wasn’t that it sold well (it did). It wasn’t that it won awards (it did). It wasn’t even that it broke new ground for where hip-hop might go. For Lamar, the success was that people sang it in the streets. “A lot of people don’t have voices out there,” he said. “So to see them actually express themselves through song, through lyrics that I wrote?” For a kid from Compton whose life was transformed by hip-hop, the fame was nice, but the singing, the spirit, the possibility that his music was opening a cultural inroad for people joining the fight for civil rights—that was real. He might’ve been writing alone. But he was speaking for many.

Born in 1987, Lamar grew up under the influence of JAY-Z, Eminem, and 2pac—for the wordplay, for the imagination, for the heart and sense of community. Given its popularity, Lamar’s music can be surprisingly dense, taking shape in winding, album-length narratives (good kid, m.A.A.d city), live-band hybrids of jazz and funk (To Pimp a Butterfly), and quasi-conceptual explorations of self (2017’s Pulitzer Prize-winning DAMN.). Yes, he wants greatness. But he wants it on his own terms. “I’m not doing it to have a good song,” he said. “Or one good rap. Or a good hook, or a good bridge. I want to keep doing it every time, period. And to do it every time you have to challenge yourself, and you have to confirm to yourself—not anybody else—that you’re the best.” So, if you are a die heart fan of Kendrick Lamar Albums then check out here we have list of Kendrick Lamar albums in order of release so far.


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Here is the list of Kendrick Lamar Albums in Order of Release Date:

  1. Section.80 — July 2, 2011
  2. Good Kid, M.A.A.D City — October 22, 2012
  3. To Pimp a Butterfly — March 16, 2015
  4. Damn — April 14, 2017
  5. Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers — May 13, 2022


All Kendrick Lamar Albums List in Order

1. Section.80 (2011)

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  1. Fuck Your Ethnicity
  2. Hol’ Up
  3. A.D.H.D
  4. No Make-Up (Her Vice)
  5. Tammy’s Song (Her Evils)
  6. Chapter Six
  7. Ronald Reagan Era (His Evils)
  8. Poe Mans Dreams (His Vice)
  9. The Spiteful Chant
  10. Chapter Ten
  11. Keisha’s Song (Her Pain)
  12. Rigamortis
  13. Kush & Corinthians (His Pain)
  14. Blow My High (Members Only)
  15. Ab-Soul’s Outro
  16. HiiiPoWeR


2. Good Kid, M.A.A.D City (2012)

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  1. Sherane a.k.a Master Splinter’s Daughter
  2. Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe
  3. Backseat Freestyle
  4. The Art of Peer Pressure
  5. Money Trees
  6. Poetic Justice
  7. Good Kid
  8. M.A.A.D City
  9. Swimming Pools (Drank)
  10. Sing About Me, I’m Dying of Thirst
  11. Real
  12. Compton


3. To Pimp a Butterfly (2015)

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  1. Wesley’s Theory
  2. For Free? (Interlude)
  3. King Kunta
  4. Institutionalized
  5. These Walls
  6. “U”
  7. Alright
  8. For Sale? (Interlude)
  9. Momma
  10. Hood Politics
  11. How Much a Dollar Cost
  12. Complexion (A Zulu Love)
  13. The Blacker the Berry
  14. You Ain’t Gotta Lie (Momma Said)
  15. “I”
  16. Mortal Man


4. Damn (2017)

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  1. Blood
  2. DNA
  3. Yah
  4. Element
  5. Feel
  6. Loyalty
  7. Pride
  8. Humble
  9. Lust
  10. Love
  11. XXX
  12. Fear
  13. God
  14. Duckworth


5. Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers (2022)

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Big Steppers

  1. United in Grief
  2. N95
  3. Worldwide Steppers
  4. Die Hard
  5. Father Time
  6. Rich (Interlude)
  7. Rich Spirit
  8. We Cry Together
  9. Purple Hearts


Mr. Morale

  1. Count Me Out
  2. Crown
  3. Silent Hill
  4. Savior (Interlude)
  5. Savior
  6. Auntie Diaries
  7. Mr. Morale
  8. Mother I Sober
  9. Mirror


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