Published: Sun, April 16, 2017
Technology | By Timothy Carter

'DAMN': Kendrick Lamar's album fires at politics, other rappers

'DAMN': Kendrick Lamar's album fires at politics, other rappers

This was the track where he [Lamar] was like 'Yo, put your number in my phone I need this.' I went there a couple more times to work on some stuff and this song he was just sure about.

Lamar also makes his views on the current U.S. presidency clear in more than one track, singing in XXX: "Donald Trump's in office, we lost Barack and promised never to doubt him again, but is America honest or do we bask in sin?"

If it is true that Damn. is the second part of a two-part project, then this means Lamar is releasing his album in reverse.

This lyric came because Rivera was one of the conservatives who criticized Kendrick Lamar's epic "Alright" performance at the 2015 BET Awards.

Kendrick Lamar's newest album "Damn" was released today.

"It's track listing is an anagram of the last letters spelling out "earth led 2 death" which has a meaning related to the people of earth condemning Jesus to the cross and his death", scottvosper wrote.

Internet sleuths have decided that "TOC" stands for "The Other Color".

So now the fact that Lamar is a complete genius is well-established, we have 14 fresh tracks from DAMN. to sample this weekend.

"I like to make music wherever I am", Lacy told Wired, saying that he made beats on his phone before he got access to professional studios.

Another hint that some folks are pointing is that Kendrick Lamar changes the color of the wall that he standing in front of on his album cover from red to blue.

Those folks join a crew of Lamar regulars that includes Sounwave, Terrace Martin, Thundercat, DJ Dahi and Anthony Tiffith, the self-described "Top Dawg" of Lamar's label, Top Dawg Entertainment. Red is the color of the Bloods gang and blue reference the Crip gang.

That's Morpheus from The Matrix. This further backs up "the other color" theory. If he does, you know it will be worth the wait.

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