As ScHoolboy Q’s album, 'Oxymoron,' is poised to debut atop the Billboard 200 album chart, Top Dawg Entertainment is already lining up more album releases this year. In particularly, Kendrick Lamar’s second studio effort is due out in the fall.

In a Billboard cover story on the rise of TDE, CEO Anthony "Top Dawg" Tiffith says that he expects K.Dot to release his follow-up to 'good kid, m.A.A.d. city' in September.

Also, expect new albums from TDE labelmates Jay Rock, Isaiah Rashad, Ab-Soul and R&B singer SZA to drop their respective projects within the year as well. In addition, a Black Hippy album is "likely to appear in 2014."

Elsewhere in the interview, Lamar shared his reaction to Macklemore’s apologetic text to him after winning the Best Rap Album Grammy Award ("You got robbed. I wanted you to win").

“That text surprised me, but Macklemore is a genuine dude,” he told Billboard. "However it panned out, I wish him much success. He touched people’s souls, and no one can take that away. Really, the whole Grammy moment was incredible. Not everyone gets that shot."