New Kendrick Lamar Album.

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    Mar 16, 2015 8:45 AM GMT
    Anyone else heard it yet? it was released a week early. And it's an amazing album! the best album I've heard in awhile. I was surprised by how laid back most of the album was. Very slow beats with spoken word poetics over them. Not a lot of ''bangers'' per say like on Good Kid, Mad City.

    I think Kendrick is a really great rapper. I also enjoy the themes he goes into on his songs. And his beats which range from soul to dirty south to rock.

    Anyone else heard the new album? what did you think about it?
  • Eli_jah

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    Mar 22, 2015 12:11 AM GMT
    Don't like it. Too overly political and violent. I'm all for black rights, but Kendrick is on some other shit entirely with this record.
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    Mar 22, 2015 2:35 AM GMT
    loved the whole thing. lots of different sounds but without sounding disjointed. he's a true artist.
  • Eli_jah

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    Mar 24, 2015 4:54 AM GMT
    pazzy said
    Mulignan saidDon't like it. Too overly political and violent. I'm all for black rights, but Kendrick is on some other shit entirely with this record.


    Really breh? Lemme find out you're one of those new blacks out here talking about a post racial society. What is up with my fellow gay black male peers? They seem to not want to have anything to do with black people or seem to be ashamed of anything associated with black people.

    How is his record violent? Did you even hear the album?


    No, definitely don't believe in a post racial society. But Lamar's album is inciteful and fucking terrifying to be honest. Some revolutionary niggas-taking-over wish fulfillment that I can't relate to.

    I like Yeezus, which was more about the struggle of the individual black man. To Pimp A Butterfly is obviously good, I'm just not feeling its message (maybe I need a few more listens).