When I try to take in the music on 'To Pimp a Butterfly', it's hard for me to describe it as anything other than "perfect."
Kendrick had a quite an ambitious vision, and yet he brought it to life in the best way any man could with a full cast of talented musicians, producers, rappers, singers, and even visual artists, to form a final product which is completely overwhelming in how expertly it comes together, how effortlessly it blends genres, ideas and emotions together, and in how powerful and thought-provoking every single second of this album is.
Honestly, for me it's hard to even describe the meaning of 'To Pimp a Butterfly', and it's importance to the world of music, and even the world as a whole. This album represents a lot more than just the music itself, it's importance to everything around us, and how we think, cannot be understated. However, it shouldn't really be coming from me: a white man. So all I can really say is: listen to this album yourself, many times, and take everything in. It's more than my words can explain, but thankfully Kendrick's words can.