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good kid, m.A.A.d city (10th Anniversary)

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good kid, mAAd city is the second studio album by Kendrick Lamar.
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Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers

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The only rapper to have won a Pulitzer came out swinging on this one.
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To Pimp a Butterfly - 33 1/3 by Sequoia Maner

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Breaking the global record for streams in a single day, nearly 10 million people around the world tuned in to hear Kendrick Lamar's sophomore album in the h...
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untitled unmastered

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there’s surely no doubting now that Kendrick lamar is one of the true greats – despite the dismissive titling of this release, these 8 tracks prove ...
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to pimp a butterfly

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a superbly sprawling, maximal, soul-infused record from the gifted rapper taking a clear influence from D'angelo & the roots along with guest spots from...
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good kid, m.a.a.d city

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with some great guests (Drake, Dr Dre & MC Eiht), a high-profile imprint (Dre's Aftermath) & delicious production (Pharrell, Just Blaze…) thi...
  1. Blood
  2. DNA
  3. Yah
  4. Element
  5. Feel
  6. Loyalty ft. Rihanna
  7. Pride
  8. Humble
  9. Lust
  10. Love
  11. xxx ft. U2
  12. Fear
  13. God
  14. Duckworth

kendrick lamar


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    Released: 14th Jul 2017


Kung-fu kenny strikes again - if ‘To Pimp A Butterfly’ was him taking the crown, this is the Compton native sitting on his throne, looking down at the rubble that was his competition.

Taking swipes at the media, his naysayers and society as a whole, the self-proclaimed GOAT gives us his most aggressive takedown yet. following up one of the biggest albums of this century was going to be tough but Kendrick has pushed out an even more ambitious, riotous and downright brilliant magnum opus. having roped in the talents of rihanna, zacari and u2 (yes, really) he’s expounded on his raw, political style to create a devastatingly powerful new record.

Buddy recommends: “This man can seemingly do no wrong, yet another album where Kendrick  changes his sound this time to a more sparse production,  but is able to keep it interesting and immediate”

Kurtis recommends: "kung-fu kenny still somehow keeps up the consistency. Will he ever lose his crown?"

“’DAMN’. is a widescreen masterpiece of rap, full of expensive beats, furious rhymes, and peerless storytelling about Kendrick’s destiny in America.” – 9.2, pitchfork