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For anyone’s who has been around long enough on this channel, they will be aware that I have a deep love for music, I have a huge catalogue of music and I pretty much listen to every song on New Music Friday, I have an extremely deep interest for it. However, that may be news to anyone who is relatively recent to my channel, expect a few videos about music interspersed, because there are few things that I’m more passionate for than my music ventures.
So, as you may’ve guessed by the title this video is about Kendrick, now as an avid listener of music you’ll be unsurprised to know that I did listen to DAMN, and was thoroughly impressed by his dextrous lyricism and narrative as always, my favourite song was Duckworth, I do enjoy a good story and I love the intermixed funk samples, though obviously there are a number of good songs that deserve recognition. However, Kendrick’s songs gain a lot of recognition for being surprisingly political, the sort of social commentary that is hard to come by in a lot of modern rap music.
Now, I have to admit due to my fairly frantic upload schedule I haven’t had the chance to listen to the political subtext, so to do that I’ve brought along long time friend and US-firstr: Vanilla Rice, to explain in depth a lot of the undertones in his latest album.
May 12, 2017