Kendrick Lamar is truly back to show the naysayers of his last single ‘i’ that he’s still going to be spitting on his new album with a song that couldn’t be more sonically opposite.
Built over the top of a breakbeat this is one of the most ferocious things that he’s put on record with him talking about how he feels about race in 2015 referencing Trayvon Martin and how he feels that we should all respect each other as people rather than finger pointing. He’s clearly extremely frustrated at the hypocrisy of people rightfully condoning police violence but then committing violent crimes themselves. It’ll be sure to cause a stir especially with those brilliant final moments of the song. He delivers the song in a way similar to how he did on his ‘Control’ verse with him sounding fiery as hell.