Following up the critical and commercial success of last year’s To Pimp A Butterfly with what is a sequence of outtakes is something that only the very brave or unwise do. With To Pimp A Butterfly – an 80-minute exploration of not just the state of the US but also an investigation into personalised mental health, processed through the major influence of deceased hip-hop figure Tupac Shakur – Kendrick Lamar delivered an impassioned socio-political album...
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