Momma (track) by Kendrick Lamar
Momma appears on the following album(s) by Kendrick Lamar:
- To Pimp A Butterfly (track #9) (this album) (2015)
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That opening is SO satisfying
Yeah, this may be one of the weakest songs of the album, but given the quality that we're dealing with here, there's no shame in that. It would be a standout track in any other record.
Most underrated song on the album. Love it!
The 2nd part of it is almost better than the earlier portion, which is kept simple musically to put the spotlight on the great lyrics.
This song, u, alright, and how much a dollar cost are my favorite. But that will probably change next time i listen to the album
Very moving and passionate. It is underrated yes, but that is because compared to the rest of the album it is weak. As a track it is fantastic.
This sounds like it could have been a Dilla beat. Anyone else think this?
The production is just as smooth as the previous track. The drums are absolutely perfect. Kendrick paints us a picture of his homecoming. The beat switch up and rapid fire delivery perfectly interludes into "Hood Politics"
So underrated. This feeling is unmatched.
The most overlooked track on TPAB