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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by dtx, Aug 30, 2021.
Just woke up and started listening
fuck N95 is so good
made it through worldwide steppers otw to school this morning
will give the “proper listen” tonight
Kids, what you didn't know was your counselors were bumping hip hop on the way to school
Through first part and loving it.
We Cry Together is good but god damn that made me feel uncomfortable
We Cry Together
All got multiple replays after a first run through.
Holy fuck Silent Hill is sensational god damn
Did I just hear a Werner Herzog sample!?
This is incredible
It kills me because this album is perfect for a 3stacks feature
loved it on first run
this plus pusha t dropping in same month = good times
Mother I Sober… my word
gonna eat 1mg/student on my caseload
Pretty sure that Taylour Paige is the actress from Zola. She brought such a performance to that track. Incredible
Auntie Diaries was a ride, doesn’t he mention Demetrius in GKMC?
Father Time was the star of the show for me on first listen
I'll be honest, my heart skipped a beat when I saw that in the track list, because I didn't know what type of shit kendrick would be on.
sherane’s cousin right?
He says it is his cousin
the demetrius in GKMC is sherane’s
Purposely blasting We Cry Together knowing the couple that lives in the apartment next to me was in the hallway arguing about something the other night
Silent Hill is very good
Crown could be a damn 3k song
Well I know what my next big concert is going to be
Yeah agreed. Im not a fan of kodak black, not from the standpoint of hate, just that as Im older and not in tune with things, Im very selective in what I listen to. That being said, I love Kodak Blacks verse.
War Grundle what are your thoughts
it is absolutely astounding how much kodak appears in this album. What an interesting relationship. His Rich - Interlude is great
Just a heads up, it looks like you need a cash app account and one of their debit cards to access the Presale
I don't think like I used to
No I'ont blink like I used to
Colt 45 & 2 Zig Zags walked so Worldwide Steppers could run
I don’t really think I’ve ever listened to Kodak Black. I know who he is and it isn’t because I don’t like him, but just haven’t ever listened to his music but I loved his verses.
His confidence is always on 10 but the vulnerability seems to hit that level too in this album, or at least that's what jumped out to me and maybe why you feel that way
To have that song on this album (with so much anticipation) is amazing. Revolutionary shit.
Goosebumps and hair on the back of my neck was up for last 2 minutes.
Man this album, this is why you don’t crank out 4 garbage albums a year……it takes time to make quality masterpieces like this !
Greatly appreciate the message on Auntie Diaries. Dropping ~10 “faggots” though is going to be a thing, and honestly should be. Has to be a better way.
I presume you finished the song?
I did. And it’s very good, both sound and message. It’s the using it 10 times in the song that just seems a bit ridiculous to me.
I don’t think many straight people, especially straight rappers, would get the benefit of the doubt on that regardless of intent. Perhaps it’s fair that Kendrick does, but it’s worth talking about either way.
Mistakenly I didn’t think you’d know any different
See, I was taught words was nothing more than a sound
If everything was pronounced without any intentions
The very second you challenge the shit I was kicking
Reminded me about a show I did out the city
That time I brung a fan on stage to rap
But disapproved the word that she couldn’t say with me
You said “Kendrick, ain’t no room for contradiction
To truly understand love, switch position
‘F—-t, f—-t, f—-t,’ we can say it together
But only if you let a white girl say ‘N—a'”
embrace debate and such, serious artists deserve space to deliver important messages.
Again, I understand the message. I had a gay person in my life text me this morning and he talked about the song and how good it is, but also how jarring “faggot” is and has been to people like him and that he just didn’t need to hear it repeated like that in the song for the message to get across. It’s a word that causes people real pain and I’ve seen that same sentiment out in Twitter this afternoon.
Sure, like I said, perhaps Kendrick very much deserves that benefit of the doubt. Totally possible.
Played it through 3 times I think Silent Hill, N95 and Mother I Sober are my clear favorites
too much kodak for my tastes considering the album themes and some of the shit he’s been in trouble for but it’s a great record