Shortly after Kendrick Lamar released DAMN. earlier this year, it didn't take long for fans to concoct various theories about everything from the album's religious undertones to playing DAMN. in reverse order. Lamar confirmed the latter theory in a previous interview with MTV News.On Monday night (Dec. 4), DAMN. theorists rejoiced as a new version of the album surfaced online on Microsoft's music website with a reversed track list and new artwork.
The new version of DAMN. flipped the initial track list that began with "BLOOD." and led with "DUCKWORTH.," the albums original closer. The collector's edition also remained at just 14 tracks with no additional bonus tracks.