The 10 Most Relevant Lines From Kendrick's "Damn."
The internet is in a frenzy with the new release of Kendrick Lamar's album "Damn." There is a lot of speculation that he will drop another album entitled "Nation" on Sunday, for the reasons pictured below.
Either way if he does or doesn't drop a follow up to "Damn.", this album has been receiving amazing feedback, mainly because.. well its great. Check out some of the stand out lines from the album below! And feel free to add your own in the comment section.
Kendrick reflects on his childhood; a time when he and his family had nowhere to stay. Now at 29 he happily does cartwheels in a home thats spacious enough to do impromptu gymnastic moves. A great way to start off the album, some self reflection on how far he has come.
Kendrick makes another Pac reference. He also explains how he is fighting demons (evil) as well as false prophets.
Kendrick constantly plays with the idea of a "perfect world" in his album, and this is another example. He basically is saying in a perfect world, he would also be perfect, choosing right over wrong, and uniting everyone regardless of religion. In a strange twist, this perfect world would consist of people who aren't sh*t.