Jeffery J. Bigglestein

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Jeffery J. Bigglestein Kendrick Lamar Ranked

All opinions are factual 2 and 3 can be swapped
7Kendrick Lamar
DAMN. Collector's Edition

lol if you bought this, at least you can play it on shuffle and enjoy the few good tracks out of context.
6Kendrick Lamar

Kendrick at his most mainstream, poppy, and unenergetic. If I wanted to listen to a Kendrick album disguised as 'B-Sides" I'd listen to Untitled Unmastered. If I wanted to listen to actual Kendrick B-Sides I'd listen to Good Kid MAAD City. It's certainly better than most other artists' worst projects but you can tell Kendrick put 90% of his energy for this project into "DNA" and not much else. It's only 55 minutes, which is half the length of GKMC, but there's an equal amount of snoozy filler. "Loyalty" is the worst example of this, it seems like a total regression of how Kendrick has grown as an artist since the OD days. He's back to doing this half-assed, boring, quiet performance that I thought outgrew with records like TPAB. Kendrick has lost his energy and charm on a good chunk of this project.
5Kendrick Lamar
Overly Dedicated

Kendrick's debut album and it shows. A bit amateur but you can see flashes in the pan in terms of production and lyrical ability. I really like "Average Joe", it's a preview of the great songs that Kendrick will make down the line. My main gripe is how Kendrick really hasn't found his voice yet, he borders on Lil Wayne bootleg and meek spoken word poet in terms of vocal delivery.
4Kendrick Lamar
good kid, m.A.A.d city

GKMC (the extended edition at least, which is what I listened to) is an absolute behemoth at 100 minutes. It's rather inconsistent, with some amazing tracks like "Bitch dont kill my vibe", and "Money Trees". I think "Backstreet Freestyle" is a bit dull and overrated and some tracks here just feel like B-Sides added to this project to extend the running time.
3Kendrick Lamar
untitled unmastered.

Only Kendrick can have an album full of "b-sides and rejects" be some of his best work. A rare instance of a non-bloated Kendrick project, at 34 minutes it leaves me wanting more. Untitled 2 7 and 8 are all fuckin great.
2Kendrick Lamar
To Pimp a Butterfly

TPAB is beloved by the hip hop community and rightly so. While I'd put it alongside Untitled Unmastered and firmly behind Section.80, Kendrick's passion combined with the amazing technical direction make this album an excellent listen.
1Kendrick Lamar

Every song is unique, yet gels perfectly. Section.80 is some of Kendrick's most impressive work, considering this is his first mainstream project. It lacks the bloat and entitlement that cripples later projects like DAMN and is extremely enjoyable. Section.80 is the transition point of Kendrick from underground Lil Wayne ripoff to mainstream star.
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