Kendrick Lamar To pimp a butterfly Album Download Leak (2015) Explicit Edition
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1. “Wesley’s Theory” (Feat. George Clinton & Thundercat)
2. “For Free? (Interlude)”
3. “King Kunta”
4. “Institutionalized” (Feat. Bilal, Anna Wise & Snoop Dogg)
5. “These Walls”
8. “For Sale? (Interlude)”
10. “Hood Politics”
11. “How Much A Dollar Cost” (Feat. James Fauntleroy & Ronald Isley)
12. “Complexion (A Zulu Love)” (Feat. Rapsody)
13. “The Blacker The Berry”
14. “You Ain’t Gotta Lie (Momma Said)”
16. “Mortal Man”
Kendrick Lamar To pimp a butterfly Album Leak
“Keep calm. All is well”, tweeted Kendrick Lamar to six o’clock in the morning, as in the Internet itself wanted to spark a storm of excitement: remain calm, all is well. Since a couple of hours Lamars second, growing and eagerly awaited album via iTunes and Spotify had been published, a week earlier than advertising. Apparently Lamars label reacting top Dawg on an impending leak when the Distributor universal, what are label boss Anthony Tiffith had violently in turn simply via Twitter: “Somebody will have to pay for it!”
Lamar, however, has every reason to remain calm: “to pimp A Butterfly”, so the title of his new album, the Yankees, the scene has been waiting for is. It’s a musical and lyrical masterpiece, that however far less sounds like one imagines the current production of a Rap Superstar. “Butterfly” is the confident statement of a veritable beat poets, who renounces almost completely of classic hip-hop beats. His music as an iridescent flow from funk, soul and free-jazz elements covering nearly 80 minutes.
Inspired it was obvious Lotus and its low end theory Posse based in Los Angeles avant-garde HIP flying. Lamar was on Lotus’ kaleidoscopic album “you’re dead!” as gas trapper, now its bassist and co-producer Thundercat long-time right on several pieces of Lamar with. The result is a fascinating current sound at the same time pointing to the origins of the genre in the jazz and spoken word. More than contemporary rappers and star producers are classics such as Gil Scott-Heron and the last poets Godfather, Funk pioneers such as Parliament will at the same time and quoted Roy Ayers. Therefore also the most prominent guest appearances come from old masters like George Clinton, Ronald Isley (and Snoop Dogg), willing to experiment while hipsters such as flying Lotus, Taz Arnold and Sounwave production transported into today.
This bold, eclectic sound concept all the more surprised because rarely in recent times weighed so much pressure on a hope of the scene. The debut of the problem district of Compton infamous from L.A.s-born rapper, “good kid, m.a.a.d. City”, sold in the United States in 2012 alone a million times; Lamar was celebrated as the lyrical Narrator of the rhyme genre, Pharrell Williams his songwriter art compared to the Bob Dylan, a critic saw in Lamars of situational prose with which he re imagined and thus a romanhaftes everyday panorama created a normal day in his teenage life, even parallel of Word mighty to the Joyce’s “Ulysses”.
The message follows the coming-of-age story
The coming-of-age story, the idea of the now 27-year-old artist and his roots in the West Coast gangsta rap of the nineties, Lamars message followed with “Butterfly” now. And that is quite, as already noticed in the first published piece “The Blacker The Berry”. Because much like the originating from Philadelphia rap group of the roots and their leaders from Questlove, Lamar is positioned as a political “conscious rapper”, making deep thoughts on the current state of “blackness” and the black culture in his lyrics. “The Blacker The Berry”, inspired by Wallace Thurman identically titled book about racism, Lamar occupies in the lyrical position of black society, who is outraged about the police violence in Ferguson and sheds tears over the death of Trayvon Martin. Hypocrisy is this: “so why did I weep when Trayvon Martin what the street / when gang banging make me kill a nigga blacker than me?” Hypocrite!”