>Kendrick Lamar is certainly a musician and certainly doing music.
Brought a tear to my eye
This is as close as PBS has ever been to shock or excitement. Quite riveting.
Looking at the list of previous Pultizer Prize recipients, that is really impressive in retrospect.
Bone\-uh\-fee\-dees? I thought the word was bone\-uh\-fides.
Heres one of the Runner Ups for Music: https://tedhearne.bandcamp.com/album/sound-from-the-bench-2
His music.......weird as fuck
edit: what the ever loving fuck am I listening to
>Clocking in at 40 minutes, this probing exploration of the Supreme Court's Citizen's United decision is brilliantly scored for choir, electric guitars, and drums/percussion. Hearne lifts texts from Jena Osman's Corporate Relations, a collection of poems that follows the historical trajectory of corporate personhood in the United States. The five movements combine language taken from landmark Supreme Court Cases with words from ventriloquism textbooks.
What the fuck
I've been trying to get into his music but I really can't; some guidance would be nice. People praise him as the second coming but I honestly don't see it. Where should I begin?
I hope she really is a fan of Kendrick. That provides an image too funny to not laugh.
It felt like a very timely album. I feel a lot of the hate towards to comes from people who only heard the radio singles and not the full album. Loyalty, DNA, and Humble are good singles, but tracks like Duckworth, Fear, and Element were a lot more introspective, in my opinion.
Is the title sarcastic? What do you expect? These people are journalists. Do you need someone shouting at you & typing "lol" before you appreciate what they do?