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We Need Kendrick Lamar’s Music Now More Than Ever

Revisiting K-Dot’s genius in the midst of unprecedented times

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As Black lives haven’t mattered and cities that were one-time citadels of Black excellence have been roiled by manic, racist antagonism, I’ve kept an ear open and eye out for one note of salvation: King Kendrick. The Negus. The good kid in a “m.A.A.d city.” The un-pimped…

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