XXX. (Feat. U2) (track) by Kendrick Lamar
XXX. (Feat. U2) appears on the following album(s) by Kendrick Lamar:
- Damn. (track #11) (this album) (2017)
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From pjohnsongolf 10/08/2018 20:52
This is one my favorite songs of 2017! Legendary
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From DeusExMackia 09/03/2017 18:15
A god-damn wake up call for America. Kendrick just hits the mark with this song and packages it up with mind blowing production. That beat switch and Bono's verse are already going down in history.
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From Jordbord 04/14/2017 09:05
Who would've thought that this is what a Kendrick Lamar collaboration with U2 would sound like! I didn't know what to expect when I saw it on the tracklisting but I guess I should've just trusted King Kendrick that it would be up to his level.
Kendrick's monotone delivery sounds really dejected and cynical in the first verse, and with his voice-switching abilities he naturally draws you close to listen to what he has to say before he completely shouts you down in the police chase section, which for me is like the central moment of the whole album due to it's shock value as well as how dark and urgent it is (this is musically speaking, lyrically speaking FEAR. is the central moment in terms of the album's concept, particularly the final verse). The Bono verse tops the whole thing off. Like I say, it just somehow works. An ironic take on America to follow the incredibly violent verse set by Kendrick beforehand.
This track strongly sums up the tone of the album.
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