Tag Archives: Kendrick Lamar

50. SZA- Ctrl

I listened to this album the week it came out and couldn’t really get into it. Then I was at a Noname concert and “Doves in the Wind” came on while I was waiting for Noname to start and I … Continue reading

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1. Kendrick Lamar- Damn

It will be hard for me to summarize the importance Kendrick Lamar has had on my life and my music listening career. I have tried to do so in multiple album reviews of his previous work and I don’t want … Continue reading

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Best Albums of 2017 Mosaic Form

1-25 26-50 Kendrick Lamar – Damn Young Thug- Beautiful Thugger Girls Together Pangea- Bulls and Roosters Cloud Nothings- Life Without Sound White Reaper- The World’s Best American Band Chicano Batman- Freedom Ain’t Free Vince Staples- Big Fish Theory The xx- … Continue reading

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8. Kendrick Lamar – untitled unmastered

Even the B-sides from To Pimp A Butterfly are more impressive than the majority of rap that is being released today. untitied unmastered still pushed boundaries and emphasized the genius of Kendrick, even if the tracks didn’t make the final … Continue reading

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42. Thundercat- The Beyond/ Where the Giants Roam

I think Thundercat may be the most underappreciated artist in the musical world. Having backed both Flying Lotus and Kendrick Lamar and gaining a lot of critical acclaim from both experiences, I think it is time that he finally starts … Continue reading

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8. Kamasi Washington – The Epic

I have seen quite an interesting debate occur around this album. On the one hand, people are thanking Kamasi Washington for “saving jazz” and crediting him single handily with making the masses care about the genre again. People are falling … Continue reading

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1. Kendrick Lamar – To Pimp A Butterfly

This is the single most important album that has been released in my lifetime. I am not exaggerating nor am I trying to provoke any sort of reaction or even argument, I so strongly believe this that there is literally … Continue reading

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