Mr. Morale and The Big Steppers


Kendrick lamar is my favourite rapper and he hasn’t made an album in five years, so that’s exciting. I was thinking it was going to be average for some weird reason… but now it’s my favourite one of his albums.

The beats are so amazing! The lyircs are so amazing! This has to go viral.

My two favourite songs where actually the first two

  1. United In Grief
  2. N95

United In Grief is so clever. Kendrick is literly rapping fast over a piano! A PIANO! Then it completly changes to a groovy drum beat. SO COOOOL!

N95 is just funny and cool. The chorus is so catchy. The beat is such a simple rap beat but it is still so good and the lyircs are great. I loved the whole of disk one.

I loved the song Die Hard and I loved the chorus it was diffrent but still catchy. This was by far his most catchy album. That’s saying a lot considering how catchy some of the songs are on Good Kid Maad City. Like Swimming Pools and Maad City.

I liked every single song on disc one.

I like Worldwide Steppers. I love Father Time and Purple Hearts. We Cry Together is quite intense and has too many swear words but still clever and great.

Disc 2 is definitley more weak. I feel most songs are just good not great. I love Silent Hill I love Mr. Morale, Savior and Count Me Out. Those are the only great songs on disc 2. That is still a lot considering disc one and two only have 9 songs each.

I don’t like Mother I Sober with Beth Gibbons because it’s just so boring. Kendrick sounds like he’s falling a sleep in the studio. It’s not bad, it’s average.

I think Mr. Morale should have been the ending of the album, but eh, who cares?

This was the best Kendrick album, and I was not expecting it to be this good.

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