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    Spotify – Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers

    Listen to Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers on Spotify. Kendrick Lamar · Album · 2022 · 18 songs.

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    ALBUM Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers

    Kendrick Lamar 2022

    18 songs, 1 hr 13 min

    # TITLE Disc 1 United In Grief E Kendrick Lamar 4:15 N95 E Kendrick Lamar 3:15 Worldwide Steppers E Kendrick Lamar 3:23 Die Hard E

    Kendrick Lamar, Blxst, Amanda Reifer

    3:59

    Father Time (feat. Sampha)

    E

    Kendrick Lamar, Sampha

    3:42 Rich - Interlude E Kendrick Lamar 1:43 Rich Spirit E Kendrick Lamar 3:22 We Cry Together E

    Kendrick Lamar, Taylour Paige

    5:41 Purple Hearts E

    Kendrick Lamar, Summer Walker, Ghostface Killah

    5:29 Disc 2 Count Me Out E Kendrick Lamar 4:43 Crown E Kendrick Lamar 4:24 Silent Hill E

    Kendrick Lamar, Kodak Black

    3:40 Savior - Interlude E Kendrick Lamar 2:32 Savior E

    Kendrick Lamar, Baby Keem, Sam Dew

    3:44 Auntie Diaries E Kendrick Lamar 4:41 Mr. Morale E

    Kendrick Lamar, Tanna Leone

    3:30

    Mother I Sober (feat. Beth Gibbons of Portishead)

    E

    Kendrick Lamar, Beth Gibbons

    6:46

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    United in Grief Lyrics

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    N95 Lyrics

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    Purple Hearts by Kendrick Lamar, Summer Walker & Ghostface Killah Lyrics

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    Count Me Out Lyrics

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    Silent Hill by Kendrick Lamar & Kodak Black Lyrics

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    Read All The Lyrics To Kendrick Lamar’s New Album ‘Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers’

    Kendrick Lamar Can’t Buy Peace Of Mind On New Song “United In Grief”

    ​xPyE 224,923 9 months ago

    I spend most of my days with fleeting thoughts. Writing. Listening. And collecting old Beach cruisers. The morning rides keep me on a hill of silence.

    I go months without a phone.

    Love, loss, and grief have disturbed my comfort zone, but the glimmers of God speak through my music and family.

    While the world around me evolves, I reflect on what matters the most. The life in which my words will land next.

    As I produce my final TDE album, I feel joy to have been a part of such a cultural imprint after 17 years. The Struggles. The Success. And most importantly, the Brotherhood. May the Most High continue to use Top Dawg as a vessel for candid creators. As I continue to pursue my life’s calling.

    There’s beauty in completion. And always faith in the unknown.

    Thank you for keeping me in your thoughts. I’ve prayed for you all.

    See you soon enough.

    -oklama

    nu thoughts — Oklama

    I spend most of my days with fleeting thoughts. Writing. Listening. And collecting old Beach cruisers. The morning rides keep me on a hill of silence. I go months without a phone. Love, loss, and grief have disturbed my comfort zone, but the glimmers of God speak through my music and family.

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    About “Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers”

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    Released as a double album, Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers is Kendrick Lamar’s fifth and final studio album with Top Dawg Entertainment. TDE founder and CEO Anthony Tiffith teased fans during a May 2020 Instagram Live, saying “Stay patient” and “King…

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    Why is Kendrick leaving Top Dawg Entertainment?

    On August 20, 2021, Kendrick Lamar released a statement on his new website offering details about his recent work and whereabouts. Here is a key excerpt from what appears to be a message to fans:

    As I produce my final TDE album, I feel joy to have been a part of such a cultural imprint after 17 years. The Struggles. The Success. And most importantly, the Brotherhood. May the Most High continue to use Top Dawg as a vessel for candid creators. As I continue to pursue my life’s calling.

    There’s beauty in completion. And always faith in the unknown.

    In summary, it seems as though Kendrick is simply ready for the next chapter in his creative pursuit. There has also been speculation going as far back as October 2020 that Kendrick was having a falling out with his former label, as covered by such publications as Billboard, Hypebeast, and others. This coincided with the launch of his and Dave Free’s new production company, pgLang.

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    Will there be a tour for this album?

    Yes, Kendrick officially announced “The Big Steppers Tour” through his oklama.com website on May 13, 2022—the same day as the album’s release.

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    Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers by Kendrick Lamar (Album, Conscious Hip Hop): Reviews, Ratings, Credits, Song list

    Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers, an Album by Kendrick Lamar. Released 13 May 2022 on pgLang. Genres: Conscious Hip Hop, West Coast Hip Hop. Featured peformers: Kendrick Lamar (vocals), Renell Medrano (cover photo), Whitney Alford (cover model), Amanda Reifer (writer).

    Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers

    By Kendrick Lamar . . . . . .

    Type Album

    Released 13 May 2022

    RYM Rating 3.57 / 5.0 from 8,414 ratings

    Genres

    Conscious Hip Hop, West Coast Hip Hop

    Trap, Pop Rap, Neo-Soul, Jazz Rap, Political Hip Hop, Contemporary R&B, Experimental Hip Hop

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    introspective, conscious, male vocals, poetic, serious, eclectic, bittersweet, concept album, rhythmic, anxious, spiritual, sombre, passionate, political, urban, vulgar, existential, boastful, philosophical, lush, atmospheric, sampling, crime, death, melancholic, violence, nocturnal, Christian, progressive, complex, sexual, religious

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    Track listing

    Show track credits 4.4 1.1 United in Grief4:15 3.9 1.2 N953:15 3.9 1.3

    Worldwide Steppers3:23

    3.6 1.4 Die Hard3:59

    with Blxst & Amanda Reifer

    4.3 1.5 Father Time3:42

    feat. Sampha

    3.3 1.6

    Rich (Interlude)1:43

    3.3 1.7 Rich Spirit3:22 3.9 1.8 We Cry Together5:41

    with Taylour Paige

    3.7 1.9 Purple Hearts5:29

    with Summer Walker & Ghostface Killah

    3.8 2.1 Count Me Out4:43 3.7 2.2 Crown4:24 3.3 2.3 Silent Hill3:40

    with Kodak Black

    3.5 2.4

    Savior (Interlude)2:32

    3.8 2.5 Savior3:44

    with Baby Keem & Sam Dew

    3.7 2.6 Auntie Diaries4:41 3.7 2.7 Mr. Morale3:30

    with Tanna Leone

    4.3 2.8 Mother I Sober6:46

    feat. Beth Gibbons

    4.0 2.9 Mirror4:16 Total length: 73:05 Previous Next Damn. Kendrick Lamar EP

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    Magle May 14 2022

    DAMN. Pimp Pimp, No Hurray. Good Album, M.A.A.D Expectations. Etc.

    "I remember I was conflicted

    Listening to this record

    I'm sure you did the same

    Abused by my expectations, full of resentment

    Resentment that turned into a deep depression

    Found myself screaming in the hotel room

    Just kidding, I can't afford a hotel room

    The evils of other albums that weren't it

    So I went running for answers

    Until I came home

    But that didn't stop Kendrick addiction

    Going back and forth trying to convince myself the songs were the best art ever conceived by man

    Or maybe how expertly researched my foundation was

    But while my other fives were fighting the

    Continuous war back on my page, I was entering a new one

    A war that was based on other Kendrick songs and unfairness

    Made me wanna go back on WhatsApp and tell the homies what I learned

    The word was respect

    Just because I heard different colors from Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers

    Doesn't mean I can't respect it as a carefully crafted project

    Forgetting all the pain and hurt it caused on my inceptive listen

    If I respect it, we unify and stop the un-basedness from getting to us

    Im not gonna butcher the last line here"

    (This is stupid. Sorry.)

    It grew on me. Not close to his best, not his worst either.

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    cynthesia May 14 2022

    a completely whelming experience

    Kendrick's back with his most watered down and uninteresting project yet. It's been five years since his last release as he so kindly reminds us in the opening track and in those five years Kendrick has done a great deal of reflecting in order to make up the substance of this album. The issue is that as much as he's reflected and grown he was unable to turn that into a compelling album, even though he's done it multiple times before with good kid, m.a.a.d city and To Pimp a Butterfly.

    The most clear criticism here is that this didn't need to be a double album, there's a good amount of filler and weak tracks on here that either shouldn't have made the cut or needed revisions. N95 sounds like Kendrick took songs from his cousin Baby Keem but over complicated them in his Kendrick fashion, it'll undeniably get mainstream appeal but they aren't good songs. Silent Hill is a generic trap song you could find anywhere, boring. Rich Spirit seems like it was designed to put you to sleep.

    Kendrick's ability to perform has stepped down. For the most part his delivery lacks dynamic emotion, his flows are one note, the lyrics don't need to be dissected. These songs have been created on the nose to ensure that the listener, every listener, will understand every thing that he's saying without having to actually think. While not necessarily a bad thing it means that he loses a lot of creative ability in order to cater to the everyman which shows on every single song here, even the good ones.

    We Cry Together is the standout track here and best proves my case. In the past Kendrick has been very good at performing, on To Pimp a Butterfly he had "u" which this song earnestly tries to be. The song itself is an extremely petty, meaningless argument something that we've all been a bystander and participant in. For six minutes the listener has to endure not a passionate toxic argument but "fuck you fuck you fuck you" playground insults. Some may find this to make it more real but it's unconvincing, Taylour Paige does her best and when she's not repeating herself she actually seems human. Kendrick on other hand has no fluidity, he's petty angry and that's it. When Taylour Paige goes on and on about how Kendrick is a failure of a man I honestly expected him to hit her but he never did. It's hard to listen to in the sense that it gets old fast, just like a real petty argument, no escalation, no substance, boring.

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