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Kendrick Lamar - To Pimp A Butterfly



Top Dawg Entertainment


Hip Hop / Rap

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Total download size: 960MB Total play length: 1:19:00

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2016 Grammy Award winner - Best Rap Album, Best Rap Performance, Best Rap Song ("Alright"), Best Rap/Sung Collaboration ("These Walls")

Following 2013’s electrifying good kid, m.A.A.d city, the supremely gifted Compton-bred rapper delivers another uncompromising and deeply affecting listening experience. Packed with jazzy, dreamlike production and staggering lyrical work, To Pimp a Butterfly finds Lamar grappling with the weight of his newfound fame—as a representative of his community and as a young black man. Through the funky menace of “King Kunta” Lamar makes blistering reference to the protagonist of Alex Haley’s Roots, while the feverish standout “The Blacker the Berry” sees him attack black-on-black crime with singular precision and ferocity. Later, in the album’s chilling final moments, Lamar uses audio snippets of a 1994 interview to make posthumous spiritual conversation with a guiding influence: Tupac Shakur.

1. Wesley's Theory
2. For Free?
3. King Kunta
4. Institutionalized
5. These Walls
6. u
7. Alright
8. For Sale?
9. Momma
10. Hood Politics
11. How Much A Dollar Cost
12. Complexion (A Zulu Love)
13. The Blacker The Berry
14. You Ain't Gotta Lie (Momma Said)
15. i
16. Mortal Man

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