Money Trees (Feat. Jay Rock) (track) by Kendrick Lamar
Money Trees (Feat. Jay Rock) appears on the following album(s) by Kendrick Lamar:
- Good Kid, M.A.A.D City (track #5) (this album) (2012)
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Ya bishhhhh.. That's all I have to say
This is a banger! This is perfect
The verses by Kendrick, the use of that Beach House sample and that crazy-long-ass hook all would be just plain awesome, but when Jay Rock comes in, this track goes into the stratosphere of absolute epic musical hip-hop greatness. Period.
BEACH HOUSE + KENDRICK = M A S T E R P I E C E
I absolutely love the instrumental on this and it's so smooth I don't even mind listening to it looped for 6 minutes. *Kendrick's* verses are awesome and then Jay Rock's verse is so catchy. The Halle Berry hook isn't too bad either. The musical repetitiveness keeps me from rating it higher, but the level of enjoyment I get from this song prevents me from rating it lower. Love Kendrick's Dad's honest mini-ballad at the end.
The guest rapper has an amazing verse.
Phenomenal, unless that phoney chorus ruins it. ((the beat is stolen from Nas' "Nothing Lasts Forever"))
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