In a dope lengthy featured article on Kendrick Lamar, The Guardian reviews the Compton rapper’s most talked about album of the year, To Pimp A Butterfly. With everything going on in the news, like cops versus black teens, The Guardian suggests that the project came right on time. “It was almost a sign: motherfuckers are making some s**t that’s relevant to the times,” said R&B crooner, D’Angelo.
While the timing was on the nose, Kendrick admits to having worked on some of the material well before its release. “The Blacker the Berry” came to him following the death of Trayvon Martin.
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