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Kendrick Lamar Needs To Counsel Kanye West Before It's Too Late


Kendrick Lamar conducted the best performance of the 2016 Grammy Awards on Monday night (Feb. 15). With politically charged versions of "The Blacker The Berry" and "Okay," the Compton rapper - who took home five trophies including best rap collection for his sophomore studio album To Pimp A Butterfly - wore chains and jail uniforms before facilitating dramatic African dancers in front of a bonfire at Los Angeles' Staples Center.

If Kendrick Lamar continues to perform at this intense level of poetry, imagery, beats, and concepts, he will become the greatest rapper of all time. The only other rapper to command the attention of the masses and still have a polictical voice, was Tupac Shakur.

Many thought Kanye West would eventually arrive to this feat. However, Kanye decided to take a more dramatic turn with his career. Instead of political statements, Kanye has chosen more simple and shallow topics to rap about. A long way from Jesus Walks and College Dropout, Kanye only speaks to Kardashian fans, while Kendrick Lamar speaks to your inner soul.



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