Wesley's Theory (Feat. George Clinton & Thundercat) (track) by Kendrick Lamar
Wesley's Theory (Feat. George Clinton & Thundercat) appears on the following album(s) by Kendrick Lamar:
- To Pimp A Butterfly (track #1) (this album) (2015)
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Such an overwhelming and vaguely horrifying atmosphere.
Good, but come on, 91??? never.
The production on this track is impeccable. Also that funky bass line is wonderful, those delicious synths. The double meaning of the lyrics. "Grab it all, you deserve it Kendrick"
The production on this song is out of this world
Awesome song. Wasn't expecting a song like this but I needed it.
Such an awesome way to open an album. The intro slowly fades in, and then before you know it the mood changes swiftly and before you know it you're lost in a trance of masterful lyricism and jazz everywhere. Then it climaxes with Look Both Waaays before you CROOOOSSSS MY MIND! and it is perfect.
To start off an album based around black empowerment with that "Every Nigger is A Star" sample was brilliant.
A absolutely incredible opener. The production engulfs you in this absolute atmospheric funk, as Kendrick introduces us to this conflict of him, his morals, money, and the evils of "Uncle Sam" as he puts it. It sets the tone for the rest of the album and eases us into this monster of an album.
Great way to kick off the album with George Clinton!
Great first song that sets the tone for the rest of the album, Kendrick Lamar vs. his Corporate overlords. Who will win, will they manage "To Pimp a Butterfly"?
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