>>72320146>for the sake of giving the contrived, long and winding monster albums a break
Where did this idea come from, dude's released two albums that could be construed as such (gkmc and tpab) in his entire career.
It's not like he's been releasing abstruse epics for three decades.>>72318060
2bh as much as I like Kendrick it feels like a bit of a lazy effort, i don't understand why he felt like he should drop another album as soon as he did. I would have waited for a product with a better realised vision. Though there are a couple of songs on DAMN that are definitely up to par, many of them are forgettable.
Also it's getting tiring reading the faggoty posts his fans make online trying to explain what he 'means'. Dude isn't a terrible lyricist but he isn't the sharpest wordsmith either. A lot of his shit is word-spill that sounds nice but doesn't mean all that much.