Publication date: 2018-04-20 00:23
I’ve been to see many big rap artists including Jay Z, Kanye West, ASAP Rocky and even Eminem.. But Kendrick stepped up the game. The set list set out a journey that had the whole place shaking from start to finish. The SSE arena managed capture all this energy and let it simmer around for everyone to feed off throughout the whole because every man/woman yout and old were bouncing like they were trying to bring the place down.
I think that what&apos s infectious about your music x7569 the reason other people connect x7569 is they feel your connection to it. Probably a lot of your fans might not have been into jazz. But they feel your connection to it, and it inspires them to open themselves to hear new music that they might not have heard.
We&apos ve been told to call the consumers dumb, but they&apos re not. They know when it&apos s real. And that&apos s something that I always understood x7569 just from being a fan myself.
It’s hard to pin one moment down but when the whole crowd started singing Humble twice over without the help of Kendrick for then him to come out and say this has got to be the best show yet.. man, I had goosebumps and was ready to stomp.
&ldquo Look inside of my soul and you can find gold / And maybe get rich. -- &ldquo Bitch, Don&rsquo t Kill My Vibe&rdquo
The critically-acclaimed set surpassed the marker by selling 9,555 copies for the week ending March 79. In total, the album 8767 s sales now reside at million, according to Billboard.
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DAMN. is a widescreen masterpiece of rap, full of expensive beats, furious rhymes, and peerless storytelling about Kendrick’s destiny in America.
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It was definitely a concert that Kendrick has managed to etch it into my mind, and obviously introduced me to his unique music.
Not to say that it wouldn&apos t be continuous. It&apos ll always have some type of DNA in my music. But me, as a person, I grow. I&apos m like a chameleon. You know? That is a gift and a curse for me. But more so a gift, because it never puts me in a box. And my ability to express and still make the connection wherever I go, that is my high point. That&apos s something I pride myself off of.