But Vlad Sepetov, who assisted in putting together the design, defended it on Twitter calling it "loud and abrasive" and thanked TDE for seeing "the value in making something that doesn't fit the mold". The record is a follow-up to his previous studio album To Pimp a Butterfly. If you're an Amazon Prime member, then you have a free account with Amazon Music. LeBron clearly approves. He nods his head along with the beat, packs his captions with fire emojis, and even raps along to some of the lyrics - meaning he's clearly had the album for awhile now. With Kendrick already on the support trail for the album, with an appearance at Coachella all set, fans aren't going to be waiting long to hear a lot of these new tracks in concert.