His work on 2017’s “DAMN.” was a masterpiece filled with just enough pizazz to land him a Pulitzer Prize, which is an award for achievements in newspaper, magazine /online journalism, literature, and musical composition in America. Kendrick Lamar was the first rapper ever to take home the prize. For many fans, “To Pimp A Butterfly” was an iconic imprint on the star’s career and one of the most influential albums of our era. He was the subject of countless editorials and analyses. Music journalist, Marcus J. Moore has chosen to make Kendrick Lamar the subject of his very first book, “The Butterfly Effect: How Kendrick Lamar Ignited the Soul of Black America.”
Marcus took to twitter and wrote, “After almost two years, I can thankfully say this: ‘The Butterfly Effect: How Kendrick Lamar Ignited the Soul of Black America’ is out 10/13 via @AtriaBooks.” The book will give you a breathtaking look at the story of Kendrick Lamar, through all the obstacles that give young America inspiration. It’s written for those undergoing systematic oppression, and for the ones who are not, its a look into the other side.