Kendrick Lamar first whet our appetites for his fourth studio album on ‘The Heart Part 4‘; a track that warned we had “’til April 7th to get our shit together.”  A week later came our first taste of the album ‘HUMBLE.‘, followed by the album’s controversially simplistic artwork and news of the tracklisting.  ‘DAMN.’ is now upon us, and it’s exactly the dose of K-Dot the doctor ordered – Kendrick’s bars are as incendiary as ever, delivered as only he can.  It may not have the conceptual depth of its pre-decessors ‘Good Kid MAAD City’ and ‘To Pimp A Butterfly‘ [and indeed ‘LOVE.’ is undoubtedly a weak link], but ‘DAMN.’ sees Lamar continue to stand head and shoulders above his contemporaries.


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