Disco de KENDRICK LAMAR Good Kid, M.A.A.D. City | Mondosonoro.com
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KENDRICK LAMAR

Good Kid, M.A.A.D. City

Redactor Joan Cabot

Fecha de publicación viernes, 01 de febrero de 2013

Género Rap

Edita Aftermath

País edición Estados Unidos de América

Se habrán hartado de verlo en todas las listas: el debut de Kendrick Lamar es de esos que hacen historia, aunque más complejo y delicado resulta explicar por qué. De entrada, su carrera previa había generado una gran expectación, algo que se quintuplicó en cuanto Dr. Dre lo señaló como el nuevo rey de la Costa Este y anunció su fichaje para Aftermath. Pero, a pesar del buzz previo, “Good Kid, M.A.A.D. City” ha pillado a todos por sorpresa: una historia poliédrica sobre nacer y crecer en Compton, Los Angeles, escuchando a N.W.A. (Dre cierra el círculo cantando junto a Lamar el último corte, titulado “Compton”, claro), y que trasciende los habituales tópicos de la lucha diaria, erigiéndose en una suerte de nuevo “Illmatic”. Su versatilidad, ese estilo camaleónico y su capacidad para cargar de verdad cada frase, confesión tras confesión, es lo que hace de Lamar un MC sin parangón, a lo que hay que sumar acertadísima producción ejecutiva de Dre (gran selección de bases, realmente variadas, pero sin romper la cohesión del disco). El tiempo dirá si, como parece, estamos ante el debut del aspirante a ser uno de los artistas más importantes de esta todavía joven década o bien ante otro (Lupe) fiasco.




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Comentario: Kendrick is the Lupe of this generation!!!! Someone who is soilacly conscious but had experienced a tough upbringing in an inner city environment. Both come from highly known gang inflicted environments and have escape there environments thanks to their music. But if we want to compare Game & Kendrick I would say Kendrick lyrically is a more polish rapper and was a more polished on his album. But Game put out one of the best commercially/critically acclaim debut albums ever! He got everyone's best productions from Dre, Em, Just Blaze, Kanye & Timbo and proved he could attack each beat differently but still be himself. Conceptually, Game proved he could rap about several different things without losing that edge that he's known for. As far as 50 is concerned, he only was apart of 3 songs and he only wrote the hooks. Don't get me wrong they were great singles but lets not act like they were the best songs on the album. As of right now I have to give the nod to Game only because it not only was critically successful but it was also commerically successful as well. And it's really hard to do both. Now I know people are going to say well it's a different time and people don't sell records like that. But if we put it in context the only other rappers who sold more records on their debut album was 50 & Em ..that's pretty good In order for Kendrick to have match that in this day and age he would have to match what Drake & Nicki did on their debut!
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Comentario: Gabriel - Hello Kim and David WalkerYour pictures are awemose! Can I use the one with the bridge and the first one of the geyser for a presentation about water? It has the three states of water in the same picture, which is important for illustration purposes. It's for an adult education class in Portugal of all places!If you agree you can email just these two pictures to me. Thank youGabriel
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