Grammy-winning rapper Kendrick Lamar is all in for the flashing lights. Kung Fu Kenny’s team has come forward to shut down rumors about having concertgoers not record him during his current DAMN. Tour run.

According to a Billboard report, Lamar’s camp has put an immediate end to the widespread speculation.

Billboard reached out to K. Dot’s representatives and was informed that the story “isn’t true,” and that fans can continue to use their phones while at Lamar’s concerts. Recently, a slew of notable stars have been vocal and against the idea of fans using their cell-phones during their performances. Guns N’ Roses, Jarvis Cocker, Alicia Keys, and even the late Prince have previously shunned the concept of allowing show attendees to record their concerts. (Billboard)

Over the weekend, an overseas report claimed Lamar did not want anyone outside of his crew snapping pics or grabbing video of his performance.

After Jack White, the former White Stripes frontman, decided last month to stop the use of smartphones at gigs, hip-hop superstar Kendrick Lamar, who launched his European tour in Dublin last week, is the latest high-profile performer to attempt to take charge of his image in the face of modern technology. The Grammy-award winning rapper, who has collaborated on the soundtrack of the new Black Panther Marvel film, is not even letting professional photographers into the auditorium for this leg of his tour. (The Guardian)

This past Sunday, Kendrick reflected on putting together his jam-packed Black Panther The Album release.

The newly released Black Panther The Album studio effort is set to do monster numbers.

Although its curators would prefer you didn’t call it a soundtrack, the Black Panther album—crafted by Kendrick Lamar, Top Dawg and team to accompany the wildly anticipated Marvel blockbuster, which hits theaters in one week—has arrived, in tandem with an official ST (for the latest steamy installment in the Fifty Shades franchise). Black Panther (TDE/Aftermath/Interscope) 110-120k total activity, 35-40k album 50 Shades Freed (Republic) 50-60k, 30-40k (Hits Daily Double)