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"(New)Kendrick Lamar - The Heart Part 5"
Sun May-08-22 08:10 PM by tzt2004

          

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uAPUkgeiFVY

  

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Dude delivered
May 08th 2022
1
visuals in perfect sync with the bars.
May 08th 2022
2
Worth the wait.
May 08th 2022
3
The Marvin Gaye sample is such a flex…
May 08th 2022
4
To me, Marvin Gaye is one of the most undersampled great artists.
May 11th 2022
48
RE: (New)Kendrick Lamar - The Heart Part 5
May 08th 2022
5
Have you heard The Big Hit Show podcast on Spotify?
May 09th 2022
7
      Not sure I knew about this podcast, thanks
May 09th 2022
8
      Didn't know this podcast. In the queue.
May 09th 2022
10
      RE: Have you heard The Big Hit Show podcast on Spotify?
May 09th 2022
15
      Wow
May 10th 2022
41
      RE: Have you heard The Big Hit Show podcast on Spotify?
May 11th 2022
43
           Being on a drive listening makes me think
May 12th 2022
55
The best doing it today.
May 08th 2022
6
I was a little worried (forgive me)
May 09th 2022
9
The video of him morphing into Nipsey.
May 09th 2022
11
I noticed the morphing, him saying neighborhood and shouting Sam
May 13th 2022
73
I'm excited about this. It feels good to be excited about hip hop again.
May 09th 2022
12
I said I wasn't going to listen to any single before the album
May 09th 2022
13
RE: I said I wasn't going to listen to any single before the album
May 09th 2022
18
DAMN.
May 09th 2022
14
is the last verse a metaphor and if so, can anyone explain?
May 09th 2022
16
i figured it was rapping from nipsey's POV
May 09th 2022
17
ah, didn't get a change to watch the whole video.
May 09th 2022
20
      i only watched it once
May 09th 2022
21
at first I thought it was about the story of almost getting killed
May 09th 2022
26
not the biggest fan but what his arrival does mean is....balance
May 09th 2022
19
wat.
May 09th 2022
23
      I think he's saying Kendrick provides balance...
May 10th 2022
38
It’s pretty dope
May 09th 2022
22
oj, kanye, smollett, will, kobe, nipsey
May 09th 2022
24
      muthafucka I STILL didn't recognize jussie lol
May 09th 2022
33
      yeah i was wondering who that was
May 09th 2022
34
           I was just staring at the face and could not get it
May 09th 2022
36
      Kind of wild Will is in the OJ, Kanye Juicey bucket these days.
May 09th 2022
35
      we called Ye crazy for snatching a mic from Swift
May 10th 2022
37
      i thought smollett was moneybag for a sec.
May 11th 2022
44
It’s cool. Probably won’t listen to it again though
May 09th 2022
25
^^^^He wanna go and party^^^
May 09th 2022
27
this nigga lol
May 09th 2022
28
ok really hope he comes through with the album.
May 09th 2022
29
You can put this on my head stone.
May 09th 2022
30
^^^^^^^^^^ THIS RIGHT HERE
May 09th 2022
31
This is so refreshing.
May 09th 2022
32
Everything else stops this week
May 10th 2022
39
super dope and im not even a fan like that...nice work
May 10th 2022
40
lmao at people leading with “I’m not the biggest fan”
May 11th 2022
42
its more respect than being authentic
May 11th 2022
45
I guess I find it ofd based on his catalogue and content
May 11th 2022
46
yep would never say hes not good at rapping...
May 11th 2022
49
Kendrick discourse is funny
May 11th 2022
47
      huh? its the exact opposite in here
May 11th 2022
50
      It goes both ways really. I was being more general not specific to here
May 11th 2022
52
      RE: huh? its the exact opposite in here
May 12th 2022
56
      I like half of DAMN
May 12th 2022
57
           I didn’t really like DAMN
May 12th 2022
58
           Same, but I also like almost all of Section.80
May 12th 2022
59
                Same here
May 12th 2022
61
To be honest...It's Whatever
May 11th 2022
51
^^^^^100%
May 11th 2022
53
I'd be lying if I said I was sad this isn't on the album
May 11th 2022
54
I take it back, this would be one of my fav songs on the album
May 13th 2022
65
Took 50 posts but we got to what okayplayer does best.
May 12th 2022
60
      Ha!
May 12th 2022
62
"It ain't love if you aint' never eat my @ss" - Purple Hearts
May 13th 2022
63
the argument in that shit was real as hell.. lol
May 13th 2022
66
      you talking about we cry together?
May 13th 2022
67
           It’s a good song
May 13th 2022
68
           that song is hilarious and cringe worthy
May 13th 2022
71
           I barely made it thru the first listen of it
May 13th 2022
72
           Taylour Paige, who never heard of, fuckin' WENT FOR IT on that track
May 14th 2022
74
Worth the wait. Welcome back K Dot
May 13th 2022
64
oddly no other songs on the actual album sound like this.
May 13th 2022
69
he talking bout it alllll
May 13th 2022
70

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1. "Dude delivered"
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Friday can’t come soon enough

  

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2. "visuals in perfect sync with the bars. "
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I support this!

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3. "Worth the wait. "
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4. "The Marvin Gaye sample is such a flex…"
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You know they paid $$$$$$$ to get that cleared. And using the stems????? Wow.

  

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48. "To me, Marvin Gaye is one of the most undersampled great artists. "
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Him and Prince in my book.


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5. "RE: (New)Kendrick Lamar - The Heart Part 5"
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>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uAPUkgeiFVY

Thanks for pointing this out. Wow.

I love this rapper. I love that he has the resources. And, at least to me, he takes maximum advantage. Not everyone would. These hearts are usually rap festivals so they’re usually going to work on me. The first half of IV ran my life for weeks at least for instance. I’m gonna street team it up for this one too.

And yes, the Marvin sample feels like a flex but it works so well for what it sounds like he’s trying to do here.

Last thing for now: I love that it usually sounds like he finds a way to get back to ‘his mission’ with his music.

  

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7. "Have you heard The Big Hit Show podcast on Spotify?"
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Mon May-09-22 04:12 AM by Nodima

  

          

It's only on Spotify so you'd have to use that app which I know a lot of podcast listeners don't like, but it's most recent season was a five episode, just over 4 hour oral history of the making of Pimp a Butterfly and I could listen to stories about making that album maybe forever? I especially loved the third episode where they dive into how the musicians he surrounded himself with opened his eyes to what he could actually do with a follow up to Good Kid if he fully embraced the artistic community he was in the middle of.


And I'd bet most OKPs know the gist of the story, how it's basically what happened to Mac Miller near the end of his career on steroids and condensed into just a year's worth of sessions, but it's still so wild to me that Kendrick had no inclination at all to make an album that sounded like that yet so eagerly put his trust in dudes like Terrace, Sounwave, Dave Free, Taz Arnold and even Dre to embrace so many different facets of Black musical history and run with it.


I loved DAMN. and in many ways consider it his most straight up listenable album but these five-plus years have made me so, so excited for him to put an exclamation mark on his first 10 years in the mainstream spotlight. There's such a small, small number of artists I'd expect to not get discouraged by the expectations surrounding their next album but the open-minded approach Kendrick has had to his music since Good Kid makes me feel like he absolutely can't fail. I'm not even expecting "The Best Kendrick Lamar Album Yet" nor am I even sure I want it...I just wanna hear what he's interested in putting out. I don't think I've felt that way about an artist other than Radiohead in my lifetime.


EDIT: And as for what I THINK this album will be, based on his few public statements, the style of the promotion and feel of this teaser (this "Heart" series has always acted as a de facto teaser trailer for what his next project will sound like, right?) I'm crossing my fingers this is some insanely uplifting feeling type of album partly because it's just so hard to find a RAP album that'll try and be that anymore and I think Kendrick can find the right balance of spirituality, musicality and lyricism that Chance the Rapper stumbled so spectacularly to achieve on The Big Day.


It'd be interesting to see Kendrick's last big move with Top Dawg be an argument for rap music that can catch on in the mainstream and not be either mindlessly populist or numbingly nihilist. I'd think I'd gone proper insane if I told myself even just four years ago that I'd be saying this but if he has something like Mac Miller's Swimming on his hands without that fatalist subtext I'd think it'd have an incredible influence on the next decade of rap...but we'll have to see if the whole thing will feel like this episode of "The Heart" does, obviously!


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8. "Not sure I knew about this podcast, thanks"
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I liked DAMN but it’s probably my least favorite album of his. I expect to like this one more, and I think we could all use an uplifting album right now. Excited to see what he has in store. PS those last two Mac Miller albums are great.

“So back we go to these questions — friendship, character… ethics.”

  

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10. "Didn't know this podcast. In the queue. "
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15. "RE: Have you heard The Big Hit Show podcast on Spotify?"
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Whoa! Good thing to still have Spotify. I’ve got this ready to roll for my next commute.

Thanks!

As for trying to predict the new album? I’m trying like hell to not do that. I’m going to let Kenny do whatever he’s gonna do and listen to it as is.

I know Damn sideswiped me cuz I had no clue, got caught off guard, and had to ‘figure it out’. Of course, once I did it was more goodness.

>It's only on Spotify so you'd have to use that app which I
>know a lot of podcast listeners don't like, but it's most
>recent season was a five episode, just over 4 hour oral
>history of the making of Pimp a Butterfly and I could listen
>to stories about making that album maybe forever? I especially
>loved the third episode where they dive into how the musicians
>he surrounded himself with opened his eyes to what he could
>actually do with a follow up to Good Kid if he fully embraced
>the artistic community he was in the middle of.
>
>
>And I'd bet most OKPs know the gist of the story, how it's
>basically what happened to Mac Miller near the end of his
>career on steroids and condensed into just a year's worth of
>sessions, but it's still so wild to me that Kendrick had no
>inclination at all to make an album that sounded like that yet
>so eagerly put his trust in dudes like Terrace, Sounwave, Dave
>Free, Taz Arnold and even Dre to embrace so many different
>facets of Black musical history and run with it.
>
>
>I loved DAMN. and in many ways consider it his most straight
>up listenable album but these five-plus years have made me so,
>so excited for him to put an exclamation mark on his first 10
>years in the mainstream spotlight. There's such a small, small
>number of artists I'd expect to not get discouraged by the
>expectations surrounding their next album but the open-minded
>approach Kendrick has had to his music since Good Kid makes me
>feel like he absolutely can't fail. I'm not even expecting
>"The Best Kendrick Lamar Album Yet" nor am I even sure I want
>it...I just wanna hear what he's interested in putting out. I
>don't think I've felt that way about an artist other than
>Radiohead in my lifetime.
>
>
>EDIT: And as for what I THINK this album will be, based on his
>few public statements, the style of the promotion and feel of
>this teaser (this "Heart" series has always acted as a de
>facto teaser trailer for what his next project will sound
>like, right?) I'm crossing my fingers this is some insanely
>uplifting feeling type of album partly because it's just so
>hard to find a RAP album that'll try and be that anymore and I
>think Kendrick can find the right balance of spirituality,
>musicality and lyricism that Chance the Rapper stumbled so
>spectacularly to achieve on The Big Day.
>
>
>It'd be interesting to see Kendrick's last big move with Top
>Dawg be an argument for rap music that can catch on in the
>mainstream and not be either mindlessly populist or numbingly
>nihilist. I'd think I'd gone proper insane if I told myself
>even just four years ago that I'd be saying this but if he has
>something like Mac Miller's Swimming on his hands without that
>fatalist subtext I'd think it'd have an incredible influence
>on the next decade of rap...but we'll have to see if the whole
>thing will feel like this episode of "The Heart" does,
>obviously!
>
>
>~~~~~~~~~
>"This is the streets, and I am the trap." � Jay Bilas
>http://www.popmatters.com/pm/archive/contributor/517
>Hip Hop Handbook: http://tinyurl.com/ll4kzz

  

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41. "Wow"
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All of this worked on me quite well.

TPAB is probably my favorite album in the last 10 years. I hear it like the West coast follow up to Voodoo and LWFC. And both of those ran my life when they dropped. I can’t say enough things about how Butterfly hit just right with where I was in my life at the time. My life as a listener of music had me completely ready to appreciate that album for everything it was trying to be.

>It's only on Spotify so you'd have to use that app which I
>know a lot of podcast listeners don't like, but it's most
>recent season was a five episode, just over 4 hour oral
>history of the making of Pimp a Butterfly and I could listen
>to stories about making that album maybe forever? I especially
>loved the third episode where they dive into how the musicians
>he surrounded himself with opened his eyes to what he could
>actually do with a follow up to Good Kid if he fully embraced
>the artistic community he was in the middle of.
>
>
>And I'd bet most OKPs know the gist of the story, how it's
>basically what happened to Mac Miller near the end of his
>career on steroids and condensed into just a year's worth of
>sessions, but it's still so wild to me that Kendrick had no
>inclination at all to make an album that sounded like that yet
>so eagerly put his trust in dudes like Terrace, Sounwave, Dave
>Free, Taz Arnold and even Dre to embrace so many different
>facets of Black musical history and run with it.
>
>
>I loved DAMN. and in many ways consider it his most straight
>up listenable album but these five-plus years have made me so,
>so excited for him to put an exclamation mark on his first 10
>years in the mainstream spotlight. There's such a small, small
>number of artists I'd expect to not get discouraged by the
>expectations surrounding their next album but the open-minded
>approach Kendrick has had to his music since Good Kid makes me
>feel like he absolutely can't fail. I'm not even expecting
>"The Best Kendrick Lamar Album Yet" nor am I even sure I want
>it...I just wanna hear what he's interested in putting out. I
>don't think I've felt that way about an artist other than
>Radiohead in my lifetime.
>
>
>EDIT: And as for what I THINK this album will be, based on his
>few public statements, the style of the promotion and feel of
>this teaser (this "Heart" series has always acted as a de
>facto teaser trailer for what his next project will sound
>like, right?) I'm crossing my fingers this is some insanely
>uplifting feeling type of album partly because it's just so
>hard to find a RAP album that'll try and be that anymore and I
>think Kendrick can find the right balance of spirituality,
>musicality and lyricism that Chance the Rapper stumbled so
>spectacularly to achieve on The Big Day.
>
>
>It'd be interesting to see Kendrick's last big move with Top
>Dawg be an argument for rap music that can catch on in the
>mainstream and not be either mindlessly populist or numbingly
>nihilist. I'd think I'd gone proper insane if I told myself
>even just four years ago that I'd be saying this but if he has
>something like Mac Miller's Swimming on his hands without that
>fatalist subtext I'd think it'd have an incredible influence
>on the next decade of rap...but we'll have to see if the whole
>thing will feel like this episode of "The Heart" does,
>obviously!
>
>
>~~~~~~~~~
>"This is the streets, and I am the trap." � Jay Bilas
>http://www.popmatters.com/pm/archive/contributor/517
>Hip Hop Handbook: http://tinyurl.com/ll4kzz

  

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43. "RE: Have you heard The Big Hit Show podcast on Spotify?"
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Yes, my wife played it for me on the drive back from Vegas a couple months ago. That was a great listen.

  

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55. "Being on a drive listening makes me think"
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The one thing I could've used from that pod is a lot more musical interjection, sourcing stems and demos and whatnot. The interview clips were awesome and the pod had a very well edited narrative to it, but if each episode had been even 15 minutes longer with more interjections of how each artist made their mark on this or that song I'd have been in heaven.

Because I mostly listened to it while doing chores I was more than happy with the oral history feel of it, but looking back this is still the nut I need an audio documentary about an album to crack. They didn't have that making of The Black Album moment between Jay and Tim, y'know?

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6. "The best doing it today. "
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9. "I was a little worried (forgive me)"
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With Kendrick’s hiatus—

He was gonna come back too abstract and go off on a pandemic/conspiracy theory deep end that the (very) few things that he’s released had a few lines alluding to.

This is not that.
This is IT.

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11. "The video of him morphing into Nipsey. "
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https://twitter.com/songsandsamples/status/1523467982743109632

Yeah that got a tear out ofme.

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73. "I noticed the morphing, him saying neighborhood and shouting Sam"
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And I still didn’t connect the dots that he was supposed to be morphing into Nip. I was just like “why are they CGI-ing his face” LOL


That was pretty brilliant. Takes that last verse to a new level knowing he was speaking from Nip’s POV

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12. "I'm excited about this. It feels good to be excited about hip hop again."
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13. "I said I wasn't going to listen to any single before the album"
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I couldn't resist. I'm hyped.

  

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18. "RE: I said I wasn't going to listen to any single before the album"
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>I couldn't resist. I'm hyped.

That’s another gift about the Heart series..the Heart song usually doesn’t make the album so you can listen away and still have the whole album whenever it comes.

  

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Pun not intended but intended.

This is dope.

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16. "is the last verse a metaphor and if so, can anyone explain?"
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he's talkin about himself being murdered?

is that a metaphor, or does he think that's the inevitable end for him?

made me sad. maybe the point was to make me sad.

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17. "i figured it was rapping from nipsey's POV"
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especially with the video. seems like most people seem to think the same.

  

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20. "ah, didn't get a change to watch the whole video."
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kept trying last night but family was over and loud so i finally gave up. lol.

i'll have to peep again.

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21. "i only watched it once"
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i havent listened to the song on its own. some people have been pointing out lines that match up with the face changes. what i caught was he did switch up his rapping some for the ye and nipsey switches.

ill maybe hold off on revisiting it until after the album drops. i know the song might be a stand alone single but i just want to hear the full album already lol

  

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26. "at first I thought it was about the story of almost getting killed"
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that he rapped about in GKMC

but then the face changed to Nipsey.

I was driving so I didn’t see all the face changed until the end. Thought I saw Will Smith for. second.



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19. "not the biggest fan but what his arrival does mean is....balance"
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Navem nu, cuando sol
Tutu nu, vondo nos nu
Vita em, no continous non
Nos nu ekta nos sepe ta, amen

When the sun shades the ship
We sweat and life is not safe
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When we unite we hedge amen

  

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23. "wat."
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38. "I think he's saying Kendrick provides balance..."
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as in being the other side of the scale from most other mainstream rap.

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22. "It’s pretty dope"
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Who are all the faces? The Nipsy perspective for the last verse makes sense to me. Did I see Kanye and Will Smith in there?

“So back we go to these questions — friendship, character… ethics.”

  

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24. "oj, kanye, smollett, will, kobe, nipsey"
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33. "muthafucka I STILL didn't recognize jussie lol"
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www.engadgethd.com - the other stuff i'm looking at

  

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34. "yeah i was wondering who that was"
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then i saw people said it was him *shrug*

  

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36. "I was just staring at the face and could not get it"
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www.engadgethd.com - the other stuff i'm looking at

  

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35. "Kind of wild Will is in the OJ, Kanye Juicey bucket these days. "
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"what's a leader if he isn't reluctant"

  

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37. "we called Ye crazy for snatching a mic from Swift"
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Will was like..

I KNOW KARAZY

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44. "i thought smollett was moneybag for a sec."
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25. "It’s cool. Probably won’t listen to it again though"
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<--- Big Baller World Order

  

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27. "^^^^He wanna go and party^^^"
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28. "this nigga lol"
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29. "ok really hope he comes through with the album."
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im not the biggest kl fan but its slim pickings out here.

the amount of rap albums that have any degree of replay value to me are few and far between.

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30. "You can put this on my head stone. "
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I completed my mission, wasn't ready to leave
But fulfilled my days, my Creator was pleased
I can't stress how I love y'all
I don't need to be in flesh just to hug y'all
The memories recollect just because y'all
Celebrate me with respect
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31. "^^^^^^^^^^ THIS RIGHT HERE"
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32. "This is so refreshing."
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39. "Everything else stops this week"
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Don’t even bother

  

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40. "super dope and im not even a fan like that...nice work"
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42. "lmao at people leading with “I’m not the biggest fan”"
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trying to make their opinion sound more authentic





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45. "its more respect than being authentic"
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technically he is a great rapper
just not my favorite
but i do understand the "hype"
i appreciate it because of the influence he has when he comes outside that influence produces more music that i like from other people
how is that not authentic ?

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Navem nu, cuando sol
Tutu nu, vondo nos nu
Vita em, no continous non
Nos nu ekta nos sepe ta, amen

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46. "I guess I find it ofd based on his catalogue and content"
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its not like he is a party/club rapper and finally dropped some deep shit

Its always been his lane so it reads funny to me.

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49. "yep would never say hes not good at rapping..."
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and his message has always been conscious from what ive heard of him...as an artist he just didnt connect with me for some reason, but i appreciate what he does and the balance that he brings to the game.

for some reason this particular song, the sample and delivery hit me different plus the visuals of the video is what really did it for me. dope outcome.


>technically he is a great rapper
>just not my favorite
>but i do understand the "hype"
>i appreciate it because of the influence he has when he comes
>outside that influence produces more music that i like from
>other people
>how is that not authentic ?

  

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47. "Kendrick discourse is funny"
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Folks be afraid to just flat out say naw I’m not fucking with it or I generally don’t fuck with him whenever his name come up. Always dropping some qualified statements.

<--- Big Baller World Order

  

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50. "huh? its the exact opposite in here"
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Folks are afraid to just say its dope, so they go out of their way to say there aren't usually fucking with him as a qualifier.

  

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BrooklynWHAT
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52. "It goes both ways really. I was being more general not specific to here"
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<--- Big Baller World Order

  

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56. "RE: huh? its the exact opposite in here"
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>
>Folks are afraid to just say its dope, so they go out of their
>way to say there aren't usually fucking with him as a
>qualifier.
>
>

The swinging in on a rope to make sure it’s known that something isn’t all that is always going to be a thing on the innanet. Hell, there’s whole business models devoted to it now. Some folks are serious and it’s just their thing to do. Others aren’t acting in good faith and their mission is to try to throw cold water on shit just to do it.

Regardless, it’s gotta come back to individuals digging what they dig and saving their energy when something comes up that they aren’t into. I’m not diving into Future album discussion threads or whatever to make sure everyone knows that his stuff generally isn’t my thing. And hopefully everyone who likes Future doesn’t ever miss me!

  

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57. "I like half of DAMN"
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almost all of TPAB
and all of GKMC

The Heart Part 5 is an objectively good song, but it doesn't do much for me

  

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58. "I didn’t really like DAMN "
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but its okay.. some albums wont hit.

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59. "Same, but I also like almost all of Section.80"
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>almost all of TPAB
>and all of GKMC
>
>The Heart Part 5 is an objectively good song, but it doesn't
>do much for me


DAMN is the one that didn’t really do it for me as a whole, but I like some of the songs. It was the beats I couldn’t get into in most cases.

Looking forward to this new one - there are very few rappers popular enough to have an “event album”, where I actually might like it. Kendrick is one of them.

  

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61. "Same here"
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I will be listening tomorrow

  

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51. "To be honest...It's Whatever"
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And I consider myself a fan of his work. Lyrically he's spittin' but I'm just not blown away by that Marvin Gaye sample at all.


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53. "^^^^^100%"
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Not much style in his delivery or concept to this… just spitting some uplifting conscious raps…

  

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54. "I'd be lying if I said I was sad this isn't on the album"
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65. "I take it back, this would be one of my fav songs on the album"
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60. "Took 50 posts but we got to what okayplayer does best. "
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**********
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"what's a leader if he isn't reluctant"

  

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62. "Ha!"
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http://www.twitter.com/steelysteel

  

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63. ""It ain't love if you aint' never eat my @ss" - Purple Hearts"
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this album is kinda doing too much tho lol

  

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66. "the argument in that shit was real as hell.. lol"
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album is touching on some really deep shit.

You prolly aren’t Black tho..

no shade but just sayin

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67. "you talking about we cry together?"
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you really gonna listen to that song more than once bro lol

why they fucked the beat up like that

  

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68. "It’s a good song"
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Not sure how many times I’ll be able to listen to it. Not just the subject matter but the constant cursing.

“So back we go to these questions — friendship, character… ethics.”

  

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71. "that song is hilarious and cringe worthy"
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the darts they were throwing at each other were so real.. lol

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72. "I barely made it thru the first listen of it"
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The sigh I let out when I saw that song was like 5 mins long after the first minute of it whew 😂

<--- Big Baller World Order

  

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74. "Taylour Paige, who never heard of, fuckin' WENT FOR IT on that track"
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I dunno if I even should've known her from something before? But she's on some kind inverse Nicki Minaj "Monster" verse shit there, she might've stole the album on pure guile honestly. She's rapping, I guess, but...damn.


Also helps that song from going full "Kim" the way I see some people claim it does, she's funny sometimes but it's also, like, balanced toxicity? That's new, lol.


~~~~~~~~~
"This is the streets, and I am the trap." � Jay Bilas
http://www.popmatters.com/pm/archive/contributor/517
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64. "Worth the wait. Welcome back K Dot"
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Peace,

Spirit (Alan)
http://wutangbook.com

  

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69. "oddly no other songs on the actual album sound like this."
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70. "he talking bout it alllll"
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father issues, generational abuse, etc etc...

  

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