In today's music industry, it's hard to find artists who make as much impact as Kendrick Lamar, not only in terms of numbers and streams, but also on a cultural level. When we observe the singer's work, for example, on social media, it's possible to see more people talking about the content itself than the album's own achievements. This is something quite rare nowadays, because people are more interested if certain song is going to the top of the charts, or if the record will be more successful. The owner of one of the most important albums in musical history, To Pimp A Butterfly, has reached a level where he doesn't need to prove his artistic credibility, each new project it's just a sample of his vast talent as one of the greatest rappers in history.
In comparison to the great predecessor DAMN., this project is also attractive and merges a huge amount of genres. For 1 hour and 13 minutes, variations of experimental hip-hop, jazz rap and even west coast hip-hop are presented. The singer is experienced in countless different sounds and building a work of coherence and coherence, and the fifth is no exception. Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers is divided into two sides, each with 9 songs. While the former reveals itself to be very focused on the development and complexity of the lyrics, revealing a very confessional side and focused on the report of the artist's various ideas; the second part is directed to the sound experience, creating dense atmospheres that accompany the singer's deep stories.
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