Kendrick Lamar has returned with his sophomore album and he definitely came back with a bang. The difficulty most artists face is topping their debut album and Kendrick absolutely bettered himself and almost made an album that will be deemed a classic in years to come.
The album itself is so different to good kid mad city, one thing I love is the instrumentation on the album and can only imagine how good it could be live. With this album you can just vibe away and immerse yourself into it and enjoy it as well. Unlike J Cole’s album (which I did really like) To Pimp A Butterfly is one in which I could actually listen to over and over again. The ending of the album however is one which chilling, weird, genius all rolled into one and I don’t know how he did but Kendrick actually had a conversation with 2pac on the final track of the album.
Within the last few months we’ve had albums from J Cole, Big Sean and Kendrick has definitely produced the best piece of work out of the three of them and Drake will have to work hard to make sure Views From a The 6 can better this.
Top Tracks : Wesleys Theory, King Kunta, U, You Ain’t Gotta Lie, I, Mortal Man