Kendrick Lamar's follow up album from the critically acclaimed "Good Kid M.A.A.D City" comes as surprise this week as it dropped on iTunes and Spotify 8 days earlier than planned. The album takes a very different tone to that of GKMC, with a clear social and political commentary infused with a jazz sound. With features from Bilal, Snoop Dogg, James Fauntleroy and more- could "To Pimp A Butterfly" rival Kendrick's last album? If hit "The Blacker The Berry" is any measure, then this album is sure to be a success.
Words by Neela (@Foxyneela)
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