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Artist: Kendrick
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24/7, 365, motherfucker I'm still right on time
Oh you thought you had me all figured out?
Take it from the horses mouth, you'll never understand me
I told you, my Plan B is to you win your hearts before we win a Grammy
These Days ain't shit changed
Different toilet, same shit and I drank a whole gallon
Of laxatives by accident just to shit on you has-beens
Had it been for my past tense, I wouldn't be rapping
See these streets made me, broke me down, built me up, drove me crazy
Made me hungry, made you hate me, but fuck love
It don't make dollars it don't make sense nigga
By the way that's DJ Quik nigga
Respect or check it
These Days I'm a little more focused cause y'all cracked the door
And I kicked it open, yellin' get the fuck down or I will shoot
I told you not to motherfuckin' move!
Be another example, I'll take the whole industry hostage if I have to
I'll sabotage this game, a good kid? Yeah that's only in my mama's eyes
I seen a dead body at five and that shit made me traumatized
So These Days, a little blood on my hands ain't nothing compared
To hopping out a minivan, with a mini 22 3s and the homie TuTu
Two more YGs
Ain't nobody got time for that!
These Days it's only time for rap!
So Herbet Anthony Stevens, you make or break bread before we break even
Before they broke our records we broke records and wrote pieces, of history
So These Days? These accolades are meant for we
It's only truth that this shit was meant to be

Life's in a Traffic Jam

Shit, what more did you expect? HiiiPower
For the most part, we go hard for the respect
I'm obviously ominous to my competition and if
I ain't better than Kendrick than nobody is then!
We shared our life with you, shared our light with you even in the darkest of hours
In hopes that one day, just maybe, one day the world'll be ours
Ha, and now they look up to us like towers for rhyming like we had super powers
They should've never let us in these offices
Knowing good and God-damn well how well we've been ducking officers
Laughing at the scraps they offered us in the past
And now we toast champagne to the thirst we never had!
I had my ups and downs but I always left right
Rest In Peace Alori Joh
TopDawg for life!

And oh yeah

I watch this fire that we're gathered around and see
That it burns similar to the fire that is inside you
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Kendrick Lamar
Kendrick Lamar Duckworth (born June 17, 1987) is an American rapper and songwriter from Compton, California. He first gained major attention after the release of his 2010 mixtape
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Kendrick Lamar Lyrics
Kendrick Lamar lyrics - 194 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Money Trees", "All The Stars", "HUMBLE.".
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Kendrick Lamar – Kendrick Lamar
This song comes from Kendrick Lamar’s mixtape Compton State of Mind. Here Kendrick makes a statement by not using a a false moniker in his music and by following his own dreams and
Kendrick Lamar – DNA.
On “DNA.,” Kendrick Lamar adopts multiple viewpoints; celebrating, critiquing, and exploring his black heritage and culture. In the music video, Kendrick and actor Don Cheadle
Kendrick Lamar – Alright
“Alright” provides a moment of hope amid To Pimp a Butterfly’s battle to find higher purpose. After “u” – where Kendrick lays out his burdens – “Alright” responds by detailing how
Kendrick Lamar – The Heart Part 4
On “The Heart Part 4,” Kendrick Lamar floats across four distinct beat changes, describing his industrious lifestyle while challenging his contemporaries. He finishes the song with
Kendrick Lamar – FEEL.
On “FEEL.,” Kendrick catalogs the wide range of feelings, particularly the negative ones, that his stardom has elicited. He feels like nobody is looking out for him, yet cites a
Kendrick Lamar – HUMBLE.
On the ironically braggadocious track “HUMBLE.” Kendrick Lamar challenges his competition. It was released a week after the first promotional single, “The Heart Part 4,” with a
Kendrick Lamar (Ft. MC Eiht) – ​m.A.A.d city
“m.A.A.d” is an acronym for both “my Angels on Angel dust” and “my Angry Adolescence divided.” “m.A.A.d” is also a reference to the 90s Compton based hip-hop group “WC and the
Kendrick Lamar – King Kunta
Kunta Kinte is the main character in the novel Roots: The Saga of an American Family by Alex Haley. Haley’s said that Kunta Kinte was his own great, great, great grandfather and
Kendrick Lamar (Ft. ScHoolboy Q) – The Spiteful Chant
“The Spiteful Chant” was originally the ninth track on Kendrick Lamar’s first full-length project, Section.80. It was produced by Sounwave and Dave Free, and contains a sample from
Kendrick Lamar (Ft. Dr. Dre) – Compton
As a closing track for the album, Kendrick teams up with the executive producer and West coast legend Dr. Dre. Other than “Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe”, this is the only track from
Kendrick Lamar – The Blacker the Berry
Released via Empire star Taraji P. Henson’s twitter, this comes the day after Kendrick won Best Rap Song & Performance for “i” at the 2015 Grammy Awards. The song shares the name
Kendrick Lamar – Black Panther
Kendrick kicks off the Black Panther soundtrack with a solitary verse speaking from the perspective of T'Challa, the main character, and alter ego of Black Panther. This is a full
Kendrick Lamar (Ft. Rihanna) – LOYALTY.
On “LOYALTY.,” Kendrick Lamar and Rihanna muse on the value and necessity of complete loyalty and honesty in both platonic and romantic relationships. The song marks the first
Kendrick Lamar – Mortal Man
Inspired in part by a 2014 trip to South Africa, “Mortal Man” name-checks leaders from Nelson Mandela, to Martin Luther King Jr, Malcolm X and Moses. At the back-end of the song
Kendrick Lamar – DUCKWORTH.
“DUCKWORTH.” is a street tale about how Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith was planning a second robbery at a local KFC where Kendrick’s father, nicknamed “Ducky,” was working back in the
Kendrick Lamar – A Little Appalled
Gimme that '94 Puff shit, Ali / I'm so appalled, Louis Vuitton draws / The shit, a booth for me is a bathroom stall / If you're not fond of me, you're comedy, Little Duval / I have
Kendrick Lamar – FEAR.
On “FEAR.,” Kendrick explores three instances of true terror at ages 7, 17, and 27, respectively. In the first verse, he explores the fear he experienced growing up in the hood
Kendrick Lamar – BLOOD.
On “BLOOD.,” Kendrick is shot by a blind lady he’s trying to help. The blind woman can be thought of as representing consequences of the damnation referenced in the Book of
Kendrick Lamar – Rigamortus
From Team Kendrick: When rigor mortis occurs within a corpse, its muscles tighten, causing the body to become stiff and very difficult to move. The chemical reaction makes all
Kendrick Lamar (Ft. BJ the Chicago Kid) – Kush & Corinthians (His Pain)
“Kush & Corinthians” deals with the struggle between moral/just actions and the temptations of earthly vices. It is important to note that Paul’s letters to the Corinthians have a
Kendrick Lamar (Ft. Zacari) – LOVE.
“LOVE.” finds Kendrick Lamar musing on the woman in his life; presumably his fiancé Whitney Alford, whom he has been in a relationship with since his high school days. Kendrick
Kendrick Lamar (Ft. Ab-Soul) – P&P
This is the third track on the Kendrick Lamar EP. An alternate version also appears as track four on Kendrick’s 2010 mixtape, Overly Dedicated—but this version is slightly
Kendrick Lamar – PRIDE.
“PRIDE” is an introspective track that continues the album’s strong religious themes. Consider Proverbs 11:2: When pride comes, then comes disgrace, but with the humble is wisdom.
Kendrick Lamar – ELEMENT.
On “ELEMENT.,” Kendrick asserts himself as the most dominant rapper in the game, taking his contemporaries to task and daring them to call him out on wax. Kendrick delves into his
Kendrick Lamar – Chapter Six
This track serves as an interlude and intro to “Ronald Reagan Era.” The skit that served as the introduction to “Fuck Your Ethnicity” continues here and picks up once more on “
Kendrick Lamar (Ft. Jay Rock) – Money Trees
As explained in this, credits to Feeding Time of KTT for this summary. K.Dot recaps the story so far. He talks about robbing the house, “Home invasion was persuasive/From 9 to 5 I
Kendrick Lamar – ​i (Single Version)
“i” is the first single from Kendrick Lamar’s third studio album, To Pimp a Butterfly, although a different version appeared on the record. Kendrick received two Grammys for this
Kendrick Lamar (Ft. Mary J. Blige) – Now or Never
This is the 15th track on the deluxe edition of good kid, m.A.A.d city. Kendrick Lamar feels proud of all that he has achieved, including wealth and fame and people screaming his
Kendrick Lamar (Ft. BJ the Chicago Kid & Punch) – Faith
Produced by King Blue of the group Sore Losers, “Faith” is found on the Kendrick Lamar EP, the first project he released by after the name change. It details stories of faith and
Kendrick Lamar – Swimming Pools (Drank)
On this lead single from good kid, m.A.A.d city, Kendrick addresses the psychological connection between peer pressure and alcoholism. What sounds like a club anthem is actually an
Kendrick Lamar – YAH.
The song title “YAH.” refers to Yahweh (יהוה), which is believed to be the closest estimation to God’s actual name–in Hebrew, it was said as ‘YHWH,’ as they had no vowels in their
Beyoncé & Kendrick Lamar – NILE
“NILE” serves as the tenth track on Beyoncé’s specially curated The Lion King soundtrack. The project dropped on July 19, 2019, along with the film’s worldwide theatrical release.
Kendrick Lamar – Chapter Ten
Similarly to “Chapter Six”, this track serves as an interlude. Accordingly, it is track 10. The skit that began in “Fuck Your Ethnicity” picks up from “Chapter Six”.
Kendrick Lamar – ​u
The sixth track on Lamar’s third album, “u” acts as a complete contrast to its lead single “i,” an anthem of peace, positivity, and prosperity starting with self-love. With more
Kendrick Lamar (Ft. Ab-Soul) – Ab-Soul's Outro
Ab-Soul is given the majority of the song to clarify the subjects and themes discussed by Kendrick Lamar throughout the album (Keisha, Tammy, ‘80s babies of the Ronald Reagan Era
Kendrick Lamar – Sing About Me, I'm Dying of Thirst
Kendrick Lamar’s two-part “Sing About Me, I’m Dying of Thirst” depicts life in an urban ghetto. From beginning to end, Lamar breaks down the stories that pulled him away from gang
Kendrick Lamar – ​untitled 03
Throughout this song, several minorities (Asians, Indians, and Blacks) give Kendrick “a piece” of themselves—advising him on how to live his life better. However the majority (the
Kendrick Lamar – Hol' Up
Kendrick tells the story of how he meets an attractive stewardess whom he starts flirting with and eventually sleeps with on the aircraft. Particular connotations and double
Kendrick Lamar (Ft. Rapsody) – Complexion (A Zulu Love)
This song is about educating society on beauty standards, especially colorism. Colorism affects the black community profusely due to its roots, which spawn from the history of
Kendrick Lamar (Ft. Kent Jamz) – Collect Calls
This iTunes bonus track from good kid, m.A.A.d city finds K.Dot’s friend, Dante, facing prison time and desperately reaching out to his mother for help. It was produced by THC.
Kendrick Lamar (Ft. George Clinton & Thundercat) – Wesley's Theory
“Wesley’s Theory” establishes the album’s theme by describing how racist American institutions upheld by white supremacy exploit Black creators for profit. The first verse pictures
Kendrick Lamar – Crown
In “Crown,” the Compton native Kendrick Lamar gives us insight into his psyche, portraying his deeply conflicted inner-self while performing over a prominent sample from the 2016
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Genius Albums
Kendrick Lamar by Kendrick Lamar
Kendrick Lamar is the eponymous EP and 4th overall project by Compton rapper Kendrick Lamar released independently on New Year’s Eve, 2009 through Top Dawg Entertainment. This was
Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers by Kendrick Lamar
Released as a double album, Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers is Kendrick Lamar’s fifth and final studio album with Top Dawg Entertainment. TDE founder and CEO Anthony Tiffith teased
C4 by Kendrick Lamar
Hosted by DJ Ill Will, C4 is a Kendrick Lamar mixtape from his K. Dot days that he dedicated to Tha Carter III by Lil Wayne, rapping over most of the album’s instrumentals, and
Training Day by Kendrick Lamar
Training Day is Kendrick Lamar’s second mixtape, he was 18 at the time and went under the name “K-Dot.” It is reminiscent of a film of the same name. In this mixtape, Kendrick
DAMN. by Kendrick Lamar
DAMN., Kendrick Lamar’s fourth studio album, was expected to be released on April 7, 2017, after he rapped these lines on “The Heart Part 4”: Y'all got ‘til April the 7th to get y
To Pimp a Butterfly by Kendrick Lamar
To Pimp a Butterfly is Kendrick Lamar’s second major label studio album, and third full-length project. It was released via Top Dawg Entertainment, Aftermath Entertainment, and
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