For Free? (Interlude) (track) by Kendrick Lamar
For Free? (Interlude) appears on the following album(s) by Kendrick Lamar:
- To Pimp A Butterfly (track #2) (this album) (2015)
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Feel like this song should be example number one in arguing that Kendrick has one of the best rap deliveries ever.
Robert Glasper kills it on this track.
Continues the double entendre with the sexual references to the backdrop of some epic free jazz.
I liked showing my friends this song to shock them at first, and then introduce them to the phenomenal rapping of Kendrick Lamar.
OMG this if fuking amazing!!!
"I'ma get my uncle Sam to fuck you up you ain't no king"
Wow, this song really has more talk about than dicks that aren't free
At first I didn't really like this track, but something about it grew on me and now I love it.
An interesting concept with a dreamy jazz backdrop.
Never thought I would like jazz rap but damn, Kendrick spits fire on this track. great production
Correct me if I'm wrong, but this song isn't actually about penises