Kendrick Lamar good kid, m.A.A.d city
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GaryJohnson2012
November 25th 2012



516 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

"You 3.5'd RAP Music. Obviously you just cannot stand modern hip hop" So I called a new rap album great, therefore I cannot stand 'modern hip hop'... brilliant argument. Except I have been saying Key to the Kuffs is best album to come out in years...by disagreeing with most people I am trying to fit in? very logical

Or, could it be that you have essentially heard only newer rap and are overrating abomination hip pop and trying to call it "hip hops evolution". The problem is hip hop "evolving" doesn't imply becoming entirely contradictory to what it used to be about.



GaryJohnson2012
November 25th 2012



516 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Also, I don't care about the skits.

GaryJohnson2012
November 25th 2012



516 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

I don't like this album for the corny lyrics

GaryJohnson2012
November 25th 2012



516 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

On all but about 3 tracks this sounds like music for gay bars in the 90s.

YogurtProducer
November 26th 2012



6 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

You know just because you dislike an album, doesn't mean it's a shitty album. Perfect example for me would be Frank Oceans "Channel Orange". I understand that the album is viewed as amazing, and I'm not going to say its music for a gay bar in the 90's. just because it doesn't suit your tastes doesn't mean you gotta give a biased review to start a troll fight, "fag". Maybe your opinion would be more widely accepted if your review had any sort of reasoning to it, without ignorance. By modern I meant new to the genre. Pretty sure Dooms been around a while, although it is an excellent album.

jdennis31
November 26th 2012



6511 Comments


yogurt, stop getting trolled by this gary feller

GaryJohnson2012
November 26th 2012



516 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

you just clearly don't know wtf you are talking about if you think this is the only 5 album in hip
hop...

GaryJohnson2012
November 26th 2012



516 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

It's a new genre; this isn't hip hop, it's something else. Thats what you don't realize and that's why
you think i'm just complaining when really its you failing to know the genre's history and judge
based on any known criteria rather than your own naive and shallow perspective that 'it sounds cool'.

scissorlocked
November 26th 2012



3508 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

this sounds like music for gay bars in the 90s.

enlighten us

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GaryJohnson2012
November 26th 2012



516 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

You cannot tell me that Bitch Don't Kill My Vibe, Money Trees, Poetic Justice, Swimming Pools, and Real is not gay strip club music. I don't care how much money you've spent stuffing ones in man thongs.

Skutner
November 27th 2012



2 Comments


shut up ya bish

RosaParks
November 27th 2012



14592 Comments


grandpa seth help save this thread

GaryJohnson2012
November 27th 2012



516 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

lol someone made a new account to say "shut up ya bish"

MalleusMaleficarum
November 27th 2012



13649 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

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Crymsonblaze
November 27th 2012



7479 Comments


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robertsona
Staff Reviewer
November 27th 2012



14983 Comments


"You cannot tell me that Bitch Don't Kill My Vibe, Money Trees, Poetic Justice, Swimming Pools, and Real is not gay strip club music."

ok i dont know exactly what this guy is talking about but i do have a weird..."sonic problem" with each of these tracks? they sound cheesy maybe?

MalleusMaleficarum
November 27th 2012



13649 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5 | Sound Off

agreed commercialised bullshit

robertsona
Staff Reviewer
November 27th 2012



14983 Comments


i dont know if thats facetious but i guess yeah that's the jist of it

i'm cool with Commercial Rap Music i guess it almost seems like kendrick lamar is in some awkward between-space of commercial and underground and usually i dont care about that shit at all but the music seems sorta...off to me. like not quite there hook-wise but still borrowing from some of the more annoying trends of mainstream rap

PuddlesPuddles
November 27th 2012



4763 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Problem with this album is that when it isn't cheesefest it's too empty

GaryJohnson2012
November 27th 2012



516 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

lady gaga was supposed to be on bitch dont kill my vibe hahahahahahaa

http://www.complex.com/music/2012/10/the-making-of-kendrick-lamars-good-kid-maad-city/bitch-dont-kill-my-vibe



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