Kendrick Lamar Reflects On ‘Mr. Morale’ Album & Tour: ‘I’m Forever Underground’
Pulitzer Prize winner for music Kendrick Lamar, center, leaves after accepting his award for his album "DAMN," at the 2018 Pulitzer Prize awards luncheon at Columbia University, Wednesday May 30, 2018, in New York. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

Kendrick Lamar Reflects On ‘Mr. Morale’ Album & Tour: ‘I’m Forever Underground’ Kendrick Lamar recently took to his social media to share thoughts and pictures from his “Mr. Morale” tour.  The MC commented in an Instagram Story writing, “ngl jesus jojo and mary. took a n–ga twenty years to find mother i sober, rap has truly helped my expansion of self. beyond the perception of who I believed to be. on jojo. music is air to a young n–ga at this point. mr morale. the catalyst of my self-expression. “I’ll never forget the process of falling in love with imperfection. the piano. my fans. The stories of reconciliation i hear from penitentiaries to small villages. Some words will find you today. Some will find you in 10. find your children type sh_t. sitting in the corner like an old book.” He ended, “im forever underground. infratrating [sic] the mainstream a la carte. These cities still beautiful to watch. on jojo. ily. -ok ok!” Kendrick’s photo dump includes him standing in front of a piano, holding a ventriloquist doll modeled after himself, and sharing the stage with supporting acts Baby Keem and Tanna Leone.  What do you think of Kendrick’s tour? Did it live up to your expectations?