Album Review: Kendrick Lamar- good kid, m.A.A.d city
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5/5 Despite making music for ten years, it has been since his 2010 mixtape Overly Dedicated that Lamar’s career has picked up steam, leading to a record deal with Dr. Dre’s infamous Aftermath and last year's digitally exclusive album Section 80., which was received with critical acclaim. In Hip-Hop Kendrick is located in an unique place, rejecting the conscious rapper label that was projected onto him after Section 80.’s release and refusing to stick to any norms by collaborating with a variety of artists from Lady Gaga to 2 Chainz. His unapologetic stance on simply being himself, reminds us that the beauty of Hip-Hop lies in its multiplicity, regardless of commercial success.
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