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January 14 2015

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Album Review: Kendrick Lamar

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Review: Kendrick Lamar - good kid m.A.A.d city

Kendrick Lamar has possessed a sudden rise to fame during the last several years. He's got rapidly gained the respect of his peers with the release of lyrically impressive and refreshing music, together with a cosign from the legendary Dr. Dre. Using a heavy load to deal with, the 23-year-old Compton rapper delivered his major label debut, good kid, m.A.A.d city, last Monday, and sent shockwaves through the industry.

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I have found it difficult to place my feelings relating to this album into words, since it is that good. Around the cover with the album itself it says a video clip by Kendrick Lamar and that's the perfect approach to describe it. Through the entire twelve tracks, you're transported into Kendrick Lamar's childhood while reliving some important and rather traumatic events. Kendrick Lamar's storytelling ability is astounding, and that he paints one of the most vivid stories That i've ever heard from a musician. To add to the tale, there are voicemails or skits at the start or end of each track. These skits propel the tale and behave as the glue that hold together this impressively cohesive project.

Each track is really a shining instance of the lyrical wizardry that Kendrick Lamar has come being recognized for. In an industry saturated with simple one-dimensional party songs, it really is almost overwhelming to know such technically impressive raps again. Every song is a goldmine of imagery and wordplay that is sonically tantalizing. However, on top of the excellent lyricism and cohesive story, the emotion that Kendrick Lamar applies to every track is exhilarating. Each track can be a snapshot of Kendrick's childhood and you can have the pain and frustration which he has faced.

This album stands as a prime instance of why is hip-hop such an exciting genre. It is a unusual occurrence to witness a virtually flawless project such as this. Besides several minor issues (the hook on the track Real) this album stands as true modern masterpiece. Additionally it is encouraging to find out the culture react so positively to music with this quality. Good kid, m.A.A.d city is among the most highly reviewed rap albums in the past, and it has gone to sell over 240,000 copies in its first week. The phrase classic was already used to describe this album. Although it is much to early to be deemed a well used, good kid, m.A.A.d city has all of the ingredients of a powerful and innovative portray.

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