A handfull of people has the full album as of today. One of them is an editor at Section 80, a hiphop community, and he had this to say about the album:
"To Pimp A Butterfly is jazzy. It’s soulful. It’s (p-)funky. There are even elements of gospel and spoken word. It incorporates nearly every genre of black music and mashes them together flawlessly. Beats switch fairly frequently and each track bleeds into the next, making for a holistic, seamless experience. While it’s near-impossible to discern production credits, the hypnotic keys on “How Much A Dollar Cost” scream Dr. Dre (who also speaks briefly on “Wesley’s Theory”). To compare it to Kendrick’s past work, it’s more section.80 than it is good kid, m.A.A.d city, but it’s most certainly a beast of its own—and that’s a good thing."