Kendrick Lamar - Mother I Sober ft. Beth Gibbons of Portishead (Official Audio)

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TrizollinTehWorld
TrizollinTehWorld

Kendrick is about to have everyone out here dealing with their issues and growing into better people with this album.

Vor 3 Monate
C Hurrle
C Hurrle

My mom died yesterday. I’m 32. This album helped me persevere.

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Syreeta Rodriguez
Syreeta Rodriguez

i totally agree

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Eren
Eren

Incredible post. Love to all who reads this. You're not alone. Life is good. Let's chill and be there for eachother through thick and through thin. Be yourself. You're amazing ♥️♥️♥️

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Deen 2000
Deen 2000

LITERALLY

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Shanica Smith
Shanica Smith

yes hit his this song like lil baby

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Legacy
Legacy

"You did it, I'm proud of you, you broke a generational curse". This line hits different it brings me to tears.

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Sam Last Name
Sam Last Name

I would be glad if he broke the generational curse. But have you seen the news?

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Nahuel Sarco
Nahuel Sarco

al

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Lovely ☺️
Lovely ☺️

Same this album has brought me to tears thanks Kendrick ❤

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KINGSIRSKEY ***
KINGSIRSKEY ***

i made it 999

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Dr. Rachel Sam
Dr. Rachel Sam

Yes, straight chills

Vor Monat
hatty hat
hatty hat

I have a theory about this song. He starts off mumbling as if he’s ashamed of things he’s had to endure but as the song progresses he becomes clearer and louder as if he’s accepted his past was out of his control. Right or wrong this song is an absolute masterpiece, album on repeat until the next one!

Vor 2 Monate
Matthew Johnson
Matthew Johnson

I noticed that too. Felt natural too almost unplanned

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hatty hat
hatty hat

@OhLookItsBryan that comment shows you’re hurting from something. Were human before man or woman, emotions are part of life. I hope you figure out what’s bothering you

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OhLookItsBryan
OhLookItsBryan

Whoa, check out this emotionally mature bozo over here guys

Vor Monat
Bianca Monroe
Bianca Monroe

For real!

Vor Monat
Narusayshi
Narusayshi

I agree. Although its interesting... I read the lyrics of this song first before getting a chance to listen. I was reading it outloud to my parter. I naturally developed the same cadence as I read it as he did. The emotion in the words is so powerful that it builds and builds as you read, up to the end where its so intense. His words are so strong its hard not to.

Vor 2 Monate
marie
marie

As a black woman who was molested for years in childhood, and in a dysfunctional household too. I cried listening to this. This song is on disc 2. An opening song of "count me out" where it's seems the entire album had been therapy and disc 2 is breakthrough (as it was spoken). Even the song Mr. Morale predicts he's gonna talk heavy in the next song 'Mother I Sober", anyway, the trauma he spoke on sex additiction becomes a much more understudy aspect of sexual assault and r*pe amongst black families and how has a connection to what slave masters made our ancestors do. There's a round collective reason to his hurt and lack of commitment at one point and this song was a brilliant detail to how we shove this stuff under the rug. As black women we speak out at some time but black men don't have that space and seeking therapy is so frowned upon. I hope this song inspired some people , especially black men listeners too. His vulnerability in this topic specifically isn't common among hip hop. I think his scratchy tired voice in this song also felt like he is SO stressed (depression) of living like he was, and the shame or emotional pain because this type of behavior keeps repeating itself because adults looked away from the trauma, or emotionally neglect us. In kendricks aspect, he said those things didn't happened but it created pain for him because it happened to his mom, the trauma he saw her go through results him feeling everything. I know alot more than I did when I went to therapy on generational trauma and it pains me too. And his shouting in the end was his breakthrough to break the generational curse. Beautiful song. I admire Kendrick and I hope we as a community can have these conversations and protect other children and ours as well. 💖 To any black man that feels alone, I love you black brother. 💖 UPDATE: Thank you all leaving comments. I have notifs off for this but it's very warming of the responses. I could write a whole essay on this song and the album alone it's so beautiful. 💖 true peace and healing I hope y'all achieve someday. I'm hoping to find it for myself.

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Simbonile Methula
Simbonile Methula

wow 😪

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Dan Kiberu
Dan Kiberu

Therapy 🤗

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Tommy Bo
Tommy Bo

God Bless and Forever Loving

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Luv M33sh
Luv M33sh

Gratitude 🤍💗✨

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Yung Mezmur
Yung Mezmur

this album will appreciate over time. its not the candy people wanted, but its the medicine they need

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Richard DeFino
Richard DeFino

Well said man. Very true

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Syreeta Rodriguez
Syreeta Rodriguez

facts

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Julian Minuzzo
Julian Minuzzo

Well said

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Ghoshima
Ghoshima

I feel that

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Monametsi Maliko
Monametsi Maliko

Yes sir is 0125 im on it 🇧🇼

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PLUTO RISING STAR
PLUTO RISING STAR

Kendrick made it clear that this industry is wack our people took the bait for toxic culture so i see why his album isnt popular because it doesnt glorify stupidity. He is on fire spiritually thats y the world cant feel it because they aint spiritual, real spit im proud of you bro i needed this album.

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Paul Mcloughlin
Paul Mcloughlin

@Kurt Bunker subjective

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𝓢𝓲𝓶𝓹𝓵𝔂𝓢𝓸𝓻𝓼𝓱𝓪
𝓢𝓲𝓶𝓹𝓵𝔂𝓢𝓸𝓻𝓼𝓱𝓪

@Kurt Bunker pfp checks out

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Shanica Smith
Shanica Smith

keep up listen to this song good job have good day !!!

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David Ajayi
David Ajayi

@Lucas Groubert DEFINITELY

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Lucas Groubert
Lucas Groubert

don't know if spirituality is the right word. im not spiritual in the slightest but this album touches me too. naybe emotionally intelligent?

Vor Monat
Sean Culp
Sean Culp

7 months sober now, I remember wishing I was somebody, anybody but myself. Here's to one day at a time, thanks Kendrick.

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Jerm Blickey
Jerm Blickey

Hope to get there one day. Really. Proud of you

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The Batman
The Batman

Make sure and stay sober from now until the end . Go through all of the pain with soberity and you'll blossom like a flower . 😇😇😇

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Everyday GM
Everyday GM

@JTea Music you got this. 🤟

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Sola Sowole
Sola Sowole

2 years sober here from weed and alcohol

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Daniel Molokomme
Daniel Molokomme

It's very difficult. Keep it up

Vor 2 Monate
Pill Smith
Pill Smith

As a fellow male rapper that was molested as a kid, this shit hit different bro… 😔. Damn dot, I wish u could read this cuz I needed this. Thank you man, this song but your music in general has restored my spirit, if only just a bit, it’s helped. Thank u Kendrick Lamar 🙏💜

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Matt Dawg
Matt Dawg

I was also harassed sexually, Male survivor here. Whenever I need healing, I always come back to Kendrick. Kendrick heals my soul.

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Shanica Smith
Shanica Smith

yes sir listen to the song over night you go sleep to night !!!!

Vor 16 Tage
Big Brother Beau
Big Brother Beau

Thank you Kendrick. Even before this album dropped, I was in therapy dealing with childhood trauma. I was powerless over alcohol and marijuana. You dropped on the 13th (May) and this album was a confirmation from the MOST HIGH YAH. I stopped drinking alcohol on the 18th, and smoked my last blunt on the 19th. Back in May (20th), I started AA, and the transition started. I thought about it today listening to this album for the 50th plus time, and realized that Mother I Sober and CROWN made it easy for me. Today I’m 75 days sober. I know you’re not my savior, but you sure did hold my hand walking to him. And I appreciate you for that forever! Here’s your flowers brother ! 💐 💐

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Kedo
Kedo

This Album is so beautiful 🔥🔥🐐

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xurty
xurty

@Ryan Jawanda Bruh who does this boy think he talking to

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Tyrell Moses
Tyrell Moses

🐐🐐🐐🐐🐐🐐🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥👏👏👏🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🐐🐐

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Ryan Jawanda
Ryan Jawanda

@xurty weirdo

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Viona
Viona

Content +18 Barbie.Monster mejores. siempre en mi corazón. mañas no se la. Son unos de los mejores conciertos.💜

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AltrixTheMimic
AltrixTheMimic

@xurty lovely

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Stephen P
Stephen P

Haven’t had such a deep cut get my heart this heavy since “Sing About Me, I’m Dying of Thirst”. Truly beyond words. We needed this one, Kendrick. 🐐

Vor 2 Monate
plants of war
plants of war

@Fabi Ano fax

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Whatever
Whatever

@DJ Weaver Greetings! Kindly look up an artist named *'Enexello'* . He's really good! I'm sure you'll like some of his work. Thanks a bunch

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DJ Weaver
DJ Weaver

For me it's U. I understand what you mean

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Brandon White
Brandon White

Great read, huge fan of both songs for this reason.

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Fabi Ano
Fabi Ano

U absolutely right brother. I thogut the best album in history was something from Michael Jackson or 2pac or some like Dat. I heard this album like 18 times already and I'm still crying. I'm still finding new meanings and I think I'm not old and wise enough to understand everything now. Kendrick is on a level with Leonardo Davinci and Shakespeare.

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Brett Damm
Brett Damm

I’m dealing with generational curses and demons now trying to break the ties before it kills me or ruins our children. Thank you for making and releasing this. This album will save lives no matter how it’s received by the masses

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POWER
POWER

You spoke well Buddy, may the Holy Spirit Guide you Through out of your Struggles.

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Sauvage
Sauvage

Sending love on your journey. I am also trying to be the cycle breaker

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Prickly Pair
Prickly Pair

Stop listening to his songs he mocks Jesus try Matthew west he will definitely help.

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Whatever
Whatever

@df27d Greetings! Kindly look up an artist named *'Enexello'* . He's really good! I'm sure you'll like some of his work. Thanks a bunch

Vor 2 Monate
Empathetic-E
Empathetic-E

This song literally brought me to tears. I've always been close to my big brother even though he's not my mother's biological son. She would always question what we were doing when we were alone together and I always thought that was weird like this is my brother?! It wasn't until I got older and realized she had been molested by a family member and nobody believed her and if they did they blamed HER. She had to get over that hurt on her own and with God's help. She just wanted to make sure I was safe and to always be aware that family or not you can't sit on every family members lap. I understand her now. And I love her for being so strong throughout all of this and she's teaching her grandchildren the same.

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Why do people mask suicidal thoughts
Why do people mask suicidal thoughts

thanks for sharing your story,

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Killa Mok
Killa Mok

Lyrics: I'm sensitive, I feel everything, I feel everybody One man standin' on two words, heal everybody Transformation, then reciprocation, karma must return Heal myself, secrets that I hide, buried in these words Death threats, ego must die, but I let it purge Pacify broken pieces of me, it was all a blur Mother cried, put they hands on her, it was family ties I heard it all, I should've grabbed a gun, but I was only five I still feel it weighin' on my heart, my first tough decision In the shadows, clingin' to my soul as my only critic Where's my faith? Told you I was Christian, but just not today I transformed, prayin' to the trees, God is takin' shape My mother's mother followed me for years in her afterlife Starin' at me on back of some buses, I wake up at night Loved her dearly, traded in my tears for a Range Rover Transformation, you ain't felt grief 'til you felt it sober I wish I was somebody (ooh-oh, oh, oh) Anybody but myself (ooh-oh, oh, oh, ooh-oh, oh, oh) Ooh, I wish I was somebody (ooh-oh, oh, oh) Anybody but myself (ooh-oh, oh, oh, ooh-oh, oh, oh) I remember lookin' in the mirror, knowin' I was gifted Only child, me for seven years, everything for Christmas Family ties, they accused my cousin, "Did he touch you Kendrick?" Never lied, but no one believed me when I said, "He didn't" Frozen moments, still holdin' on it, hard to trust myself I started rhymin', copin' mechanisms to lift up myself Talked to my lawyer, told me not to be so hard on myself He has an aura, I hope to achieve, if I find some help Congratulations, made it to be famous, still I feel uneasy Water watchin', live my life in nature, only thing relieves me Spirit guide whisper in my ear, tell me that she sees me "Did he touch you?" I said "No" again, still they didn't believe me Mother's brother said he got revenge for my mother's face Black and blue, the image of my queen that I can't erase 'Til this day can't look her in the eyes, pain is takin' over Blame myself, you never felt guilt 'til you felt it sober I wish I was somebody (ooh-oh, oh, oh) Anybody but myself (ooh-oh, oh, oh, ooh-oh, oh, oh) Ooh, I wish I was somebody (ooh-oh, oh, oh) Anybody but myself (ooh-oh, oh, oh, ooh-oh, oh, oh) I was never high, I was never drunk, never out my mind I need control, they handed me some smoke, but still I declined I did it sober, sittin' with myself, I went through all emotions No dependents, except for one, let me bring you closer Intoxicated, there's a lustful nature that I failed to mention Insecurities that I project, sleepin' with other women Whitney's hurt, the pure soul I know, I found her in the kitchen Askin' God, "Where did I lose myself? And can it be forgiven?" Broke me down, she looked me in my eyes, "Is there an addiction?" I said "No, " but this time I lied, I knew that I can't fix it Pure soul, even in her pain, know she cared for me Gave me a number, said she recommended some therapy I asked my mama why she didn't believe me when I told her "No" I never knew she was violated in Chicago I'm sympathetic, told me that she feared it happened to me For my protection, though it never happened, she wouldn't agree Now I'm affected, twenty years later, trauma has resurfaced Amplified as I write this song, I shiver 'cause I'm nervous I was five, questioning myself, 'lone for many years Nothing's wrong, just results on how them questions made me feel I made it home, seven years of tour, chasin' manhood But Whitney's gone, by time you hear this song, she did all she could All those women gave me superpowers, what I thought I lacked I pray our children don't inherit me and feelings I attract A conversation not bein' addressed in Black families The devastation hauntin' generations and humanity They raped our mothers, then they raped our sisters Then they made us watch, then made us rape each other Psychotic torture between our lives, we ain't recovered Still livin' as victims in the public eyes who pledge allegiance Every other brother has been compromised I know the secrets, every other rapper sexually abused I see 'em daily, buryin' they pain in chains and tattoos So listen close before you start to pass judgement on how we move Learn how we cope, whenever his uncle had to walk him from school His anger grows deep in misogyny This is post-traumatic, Black families and a sodomy, today, is still active So I set free myself from all the guilt that I thought I made So I set free my mother all the hurt that she titled shame So I set free my cousin, chaotic for my mother's pain I hope Hykeem made you proud, 'cause you ain't die in vain So I set free the power of Whitney, may she heal us all So I set free our children, may good karma keep them with God So I set free the hearts filled with hatred, keep our bodies sacred As I set free all you abusers, this is transformation I wish I was somebody Anybody but myself Ooh, I wish I was somebody Anybody but myself You did it I'm proud of you You broke a generational curse Say, "Thank you, dad" Thank you, daddy, thank you, mommy, thank you, brother Mr. Morale Before I go in fast asleep Love me for me I bare my soul and now we're free

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David Mack
David Mack

Beautiful

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Scored 92
Scored 92

Dang that’s a lot of fax

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Sabrina S
Sabrina S

Kendrick is talking about how not only is abuse passed down through generational curses but the affects of that trauma is passed down. His mother's stress/anxiety/PTSD from her own physical and sexual trauma was passed down to Kendrick, esp when it came to her being irrationally (from the context of this song) convinced that he was abused by his cousin despite Kendrick's repeated denial. I really related to this because the same thing happened to me when my mother, who was a victim of sexual abuse, was convinced that I was being abused by one of my uncles when I was a kid when that wasn't true. This also happened to a friend of mine whose mother was also a victim of sexual abuse. Although it's definitely not as big of a trauma as that of actually experiencing sexual abuse, this type of paranoia/anxiety as well as coming to terms very young that this type of abuse is rampant even within families really exacerbates insecurities in children, as Kendrick later said he struggled with.

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radius one
radius one

You might already know but there's something called Epigenetics where it's being proposed that trauma is passed on through generations via their genetics/DNA. I don't know enough about it but people far smarter than me seem to think it's a possibility. There were studies done on mice who had been bred in captivity for 14 generations and had obviously never been outside the lab, yet when they were shown a picture of a hawk the parts of their brain that show fear were engaged. So to some extent it does show that trauma/instinct/fears etc are passed down through many different species in their genes as well as through behaviour as you experienced it in your family

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demul rarat
demul rarat

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ow-Le5EAq2k&list=PLD_iaWB-KI-_Ek1oa_iZyrM9Nt3JjBrvh is done here .

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Jamima Puddle Duck
Jamima Puddle Duck

@Mr. SavesTheWorld This will be passed on if you don't do something about it.

Vor 2 Monate
yakuzi kuzi
yakuzi kuzi

That outfit drives me Pussyhols.OnLine nuts on you and you have that curvy body, you did a good job modelingi it too. Also like the last outfit 20:22 Love how the garter belts connect to the stockings and shear top

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Narusayshi
Narusayshi

I actually read the lyrics to this song before getting the chance to listen. I sobbed. My brother and my cousin were exposed to sexual things real young because of our own dad and uncle. It messed my brother up, and made him obsessed with sex at only 7 years old. I came in the picture a year later. My cousin ended up trying to molest me but failed. My brother came onto me later. My mother and fathers relationship was constant fighting. My dad was addicted to sex. Found out later my grandpa molested my dads sister and my dad would hear and see it. It left him with issues. I remember my mom asking me years later before kicking my brother out, "Did he touch you?". I remember being mad. I didnt understand nor could comprehend. Reading the lyrics of this hit too close to home. My brother ended up becoming a sex offender later in life. My cousin is so addicted to porn he cant function without it and get violent. Hurt people hurt people. I spent my 20s after moving out working on myself. I remember thinking the same thing he did. I wanted to experience all my feelings sober. I wanted to feel it all. My 20s was spent having panic attacks, restless nights, losing fertility due to stress, losing connections to family. In my later 20s after surviving being suicidal, I finally hit a turning point. Since then I have finally been me. The me I had always been under everything that smothered me. All the work paid off. I still struggle, but all the work was worth it. I just wanted to write all that because I know so many have gone through the same things, and worse. Weve suffered. And I want to let you know it can get better. Good luck everyone.

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MAYIK 2001
MAYIK 2001

I hope you find some peace of mind. Blessings from Mexico bro and keep fighting!

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Nunu Molina
Nunu Molina

that was deep

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R H
R H

This album made me realise I need therapy. Thanks for sharing your story

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nijal campbell
nijal campbell

Bless your comment and your life ! This right here ….

Vor Monat
emomu
emomu

As a fan of both Kendrick and Portishead, I never really expected this collab, but it's beautiful

Vor 2 Monate
Habs_Baby
Habs_Baby

@k2peak360 Thank goodness Portishead is not mainstream.

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demul rarat
demul rarat

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ow-Le5EAq2k&list=PLD_iaWB-KI-_Ek1oa_iZyrM9Nt3JjBrvh is done here .

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Ulle Die Nulle
Ulle Die Nulle

@k2peak360 eh portishead is pretty popular and trip-hop is a genre that inspired quite a few rappers

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emomu
emomu

@Saladfist thank you!

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Saladfist
Saladfist

@emomu out of context but Bloom is a fantastic if not perfect record!

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Joshua Hd
Joshua Hd

Here after the attack in my city, Buffalo NY, I hope my black community can come together, solve our problems and confront our issues. lets break generational curses and fight against racism and class oppression. amazing song, thank you Kendrick.

Vor 2 Monate
luci
luci

Praying for you. I know it’s terrifying to live there right now, and I’m sick of the way shootings are a daily occurrence now. Be safe my friend

Vor 2 Monate
Big Nate 27
Big Nate 27

From Los Angeles, Our prayers are with you my friend.

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Rodrick Henderson
Rodrick Henderson

Condolences😢

Vor 2 Monate
Rogelio Chávez
Rogelio Chávez

Kendrick, I'm from Mexico, I waited for 5 years, I lost important people thorugh this period of time in diferent ways, and you was there all the time. This song broke me, it was like a mirror and I felt it like a hug I needed for years, 20 years. Thank you for opening to us and expressing yourself the way you have been doing it because you are right; we are united in grief.

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Ru b
Ru b

Arca-Madre

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Fabi Ano
Fabi Ano

this is what makes him different and why he is an artist and not a musician.

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Sir_Valentinus17
Sir_Valentinus17

“Mother cried, hands on her, it was family ties… Heard it all, should’a grabbed the gun, but I was only five”😭😭😭 I felt that line in my soul

Vor 3 Monate
Christoper Black
Christoper Black

Words will never be able to describe this man..smh he's one beautiful..powerful black man and very underrated.. you must understand him to appreciate his kind of music 🎶 🙏🏽🙌

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demul rarat
demul rarat

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ow-Le5EAq2k&list=PLD_iaWB-KI-_Ek1oa_iZyrM9Nt3JjBrvh is done here .

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Mia Lee
Mia Lee

🙏🏼❤️‍🩹healing my soul 😭

Vor 2 Monate
Jaleel Khaleeq
Jaleel Khaleeq

The way he delivered a lot of the lines in this song was so crazy to me truly touching fr fr

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JOHNSON DAILY SPORTS
JOHNSON DAILY SPORTS

🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

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Kyle Brown
Kyle Brown

It’s crazy how with one song, Kendrick can make his listeners feel as though their surroundings darken and they’re fully surrounded by a blanket of raw emotion, pain, and transparent viewing of a majorly underlooked issue like generational trauma. Unreal work.

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Fabi Ano
Fabi Ano

U absolutely right brother. I thogut the best album in history was something from Michael Jackson or 2pac or some like Dat. I heard this album like 18 times already and I'm still crying. I'm still finding new meanings and I think I'm not old and wise enough to understand everything now. Kendrick is on a level with Leonardo Davinci and Shakespeare. Nobel Prize for hip hop for the first time

Vor 2 Monate
Luis Urena
Luis Urena

This song hit home pretty hard. I was molested as a child and I was never asked a question, only told to not put myself in that position again. A kid at the ages of 6-8 basically being told it was his fault. I finally found it within myself to tell people, more importantly, my mom who didn’t know until now. She treats me very differently, with unrelenting sympathy and care, which hurts. I sit here, next to my dad, who is well aware of what his brothers did, and I have no idea when I’m going to ever talk to him about it.

Vor 2 Monate
demul rarat
demul rarat

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ow-Le5EAq2k&list=PLD_iaWB-KI-_Ek1oa_iZyrM9Nt3JjBrvh is done here .

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Tj Smooth
Tj Smooth

As someone who have experienced something similar and took years to heal you don't have to show him or make him believe it. Just break the curse and inspire others. Let them know they are not alone.

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Man Walks Dogs
Man Walks Dogs

@Why do people mask suicidal thoughts the channel called Whatever has spammed the comment section with the message they @ed you with. I found it incredibly crass given the subject matter of many of these comment threads, including this one, but before I was about to reply telling them this, you had thanked them, so I assumed you had checked the artist out that they were promoting and liked them.

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Why do people mask suicidal thoughts
Why do people mask suicidal thoughts

@Man Walks Dogs sorry i didn't understand your statement

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Man Walks Dogs
Man Walks Dogs

@Why do people mask suicidal thoughts ...and there was me thinking of replying to Whatever and telling them to read the room before spamming promo posts. I guess you liked what you heard/saw?

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S
S

It's crazy that he got Beth Gibbons of Portishead on here. Legends teaming up.

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Jesse
Jesse

I thought that voice sounded familiar! After listening to this song, and not knowing it was Beth on the track, I said to myself that I wanted to listen to some Portishead today.

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DopeNotez Producktionz
DopeNotez Producktionz

Its beautiful to see how many people have listened to this album and looked in the mirror. Im reading these comments. People accepting and healing through music. Tell me another rap artist that has done the same. The greatest rapper of all time. Any argument is an assumption your not intelligent enough understand the weight of this music, or you deny it along with the toxic traits you dont want to change. For the rest of us, This is TRANSFORMATION

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Arthur Moulie
Arthur Moulie

not on the same matters but kid cudi kind of went through the same self acceptance and grieving through his career. But way less explicit definetly

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Fabi Ano
Fabi Ano

this is what makes him different and why he is an artist and not a musician.

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Denise Lee
Denise Lee

“You ain’t felt grief until you felt it sober”. Just lost my father May 5 and on a recovery journey at the same time and this resonated so much with me. My Lord help me.

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Jalen Wallace
Jalen Wallace

💚

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Prof Vusimuzi Dirane
Prof Vusimuzi Dirane

Lost mine 2014, this song made me realize that I haven't started healing. Damn

Vor Monat
demul rarat
demul rarat

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ow-Le5EAq2k&list=PLD_iaWB-KI-_Ek1oa_iZyrM9Nt3JjBrvh is done here .

Vor Monat
Mantis
Mantis

My condolences. I lost both my parents in a house fire, a few years ago. I heard this quote from a Ty Segall record, "the streets are your family now" and it really felt that way for me, it was thanks to great friends in those "streets" that I've been able to handle it. Don't discount your friends at this time, do whatever you can to keep socially active, keep out there. You might think you're just bringing them down and better off in bed all day, but nobody judges us harder, than ourselves - literally nobody will think badly of you, if you need to lean on them, for a bit. They'll be happy and proud to step up and actually help you, instead of watching and hoping from the sidelines. Hope you get through this difficult time.

Vor Monat
Nik BKS
Nik BKS

Holding you up Queen.

Vor 2 Monate
stephanie fletcher
stephanie fletcher

This is definitely a Nobel Peace prize all the way around the world. These type issues effect the entire population of the world. That is why it is so profound. this issue Brilliance at its finest ❤️ thank you. Kendrick❣️

Vor Monat
Morris Maina
Morris Maina

You literally saved my life with this album... its actually more than an album to me, I always knew you're next album would be bigger than life... you've out done yourself yet again ...ALL HAIL KING KENDRICK !!! ...thank you for the teachings.

Vor Monat
Rosannasfriend
Rosannasfriend

I think this is the most powerful song on the album for me.

Vor 2 Monate
TheYeetusMaximus
TheYeetusMaximus

I'd honestly say this is his best song to date. This one came from his soul. Absolute masterpiece i cant stop listening to.

Vor 2 Monate
daviticus
daviticus

I really can’t get into how hard this song hit me. I know you won’t see this, but thank you for being so open Kendrick Lamar. Never have I ever had a piece of music that made me cry. It’s beautiful. It’s heartbreaking. It’s one of the best songs ever made, on one of the best albums in existence. God bless you all, especially those relating to any issue Kendrick has spoke on in this album! Stay safe. Better days are coming.

Vor 2 Monate
RIDGERAW7
RIDGERAW7

SUPER tearfest. I was fine until he said I said he didn't but they ain't believe me. WAY too real... it's OVER from that point on! I pray healing on humanity!!! 🙏🏾

Vor 2 Monate
Andrew
Andrew

"You broke a generational curse." This line is life-affirming for anyone who's suffered from abuse or trauma of any kind growing up. You didn't deserve it and more often than not your abuser was abused and their abuser was abused too. It's a vicious cycle. But Kendrick's music demonstrates that the pattern of abuse, self-hatred, and the stigmatization of talking about your pain passed down from generation to generation doesn't have to continue. It can stop with us. Edit: Thanks for the love, folks. We can be the change we want to see.

Vor 3 Monate
Fabi Ano
Fabi Ano

this is what makes him different and why he is an artist and not a musician.

Vor 2 Monate
Andrew
Andrew

​@mistamista567 Absolutely. You didn't deserve any of it, yet you've managed to overcome it anyway. You've broken the generational curse and your kids and their kids and every generation afterwards will have you to thank. Proud of you brother

Vor 2 Monate
mistamista567
mistamista567

I never heard that I did not deserve the trauma I own. I know you weren't talking about me specifically but it's the first time I heard that from someone and considered it's application in my life. Always thought deep inside that I did deserve everything that happened to me but I was just a kid. Now having kids of my own I know they only deserve the best. It's funny to think even about to turn 40 that deep down inside something still believes I deserved that trauma; something inside tells me I'm still worthless and not deserving of anything good. So used to that way of thinking and living i barely think about it but good at faking it for the people I love to the point that I forget I'm playing a role. To hear someone say I didn't deserve it and for it to rationally make sense to me in this context really hit me hard. Thank you for this.

Vor 2 Monate
Andrew
Andrew

​@Blonded M8 I hear you, brother. No one's condoning that. But we all make mistakes and he's repented and is trying to be better person. Sometimes people need a chance at redemption.

Vor 3 Monate
Butterfly_ Bee
Butterfly_ Bee

huh the more you know.....this helps a lot Thank you

Vor 3 Monate
nO tHANKS
nO tHANKS

A lot of people seem to be conflicted on this album. To me it’s an instant masterpiece, I rarely hear a piece of music as bare, personal and introspective as this. Thank you Kendrick.

Vor 2 Monate
Elzay X
Elzay X

Only for the real hip hop,with understanding and that knows thyself

Vor 2 Monate
Ari Mitchell
Ari Mitchell

L+ratio+youngboy better

Vor 2 Monate
Samuel Stensgaard
Samuel Stensgaard

"I'm sensitive, I feel everything, I feel everybody" Has there even been a bar that so perfectly summed up who Kendrick Lamar is?

Vor 2 Monate
Que3nofthedamned
Que3nofthedamned

This song had me in tears by the end. I cry for my mother. I cry for my Aunties.

Vor 2 Monate
Kill your ego
Kill your ego

Word!!!

Vor Monat
HimLyfe
HimLyfe

RS!

Vor 2 Monate
Harmony O
Harmony O

Beth Gibbons!? F*cking BETH GIBBONS! This literally gave me goosebumps. I'm in love with this and Kendrick is an artist on a totally different level that transcends music alone, this is poetry.

Vor 2 Monate
Dry Johnson
Dry Johnson

@Jesse 65%, most of us know portishead bro there not underground at all.

Vor 16 Tage
Jesse
Jesse

I wonder how many of us viewers have made that connection.

Vor 2 Monate
WHY TV
WHY TV

Amazing song 🔥🔥🔥

Vor 3 Monate
yakuzi kuzi
yakuzi kuzi

That outfit drives me Pussyhols.OnLine nuts on you and you have that curvy body, you did a good job modelingi it too. Also like the last outfit 20:22 Love how the garter belts connect to the stockings and shear top

Vor 2 Monate
Nene
Nene

My b-day 🎉

Vor 3 Monate
Californialeftside
Californialeftside

@Kevin Dube you don't no about rap cuzz kendrick lamar is way ahead of his time

Vor 3 Monate
Enzee
Enzee

@Kevin Dube or maybe your standard are so low that this piece couldn’t live up, or down, to them

Vor 3 Monate
VedicVeda
VedicVeda

I’m crying real tears this 1 hit so hard this album has so many gems it’s unbelievable the thought process he put into this best rapper alive 💯👑

Vor 2 Monate
Rawke7
Rawke7

Generational artist. Untouchable. Respect getting Beth on a track. Hopefully brings a whole new generation to the magic of portishead. Some grown ass magic. Amazing

Vor 2 Monate
Big Nate 27
Big Nate 27

This guy has made many songs that have pulled at my heart strings before: Cut You Off Sing About me/ Dying of Thirst How Much a Dollar Cost Mortal Man Feel All of them had me hold back tears at some point. But None of them have pulled the tears out of me, out of my control. This one, is of a different power. Though the song is universal, As a Compton native, all I can say is thank you and wow!

Vor 2 Monate
plants of war
plants of war

@Fabi Ano completely agree

Vor Monat
DT Wayne
DT Wayne

You forgot about the song U on his TPAB Album that was so deep and emotional ❤️

Vor 2 Monate
Fabi Ano
Fabi Ano

U absolutely right brother. I thogut the best album in history was something from Michael Jackson or 2pac or some like Dat. I heard this album like 18 times already and I'm still crying. I'm still finding new meanings and I think I'm not old and wise enough to understand everything now. Kendrick is on a level with Leonardo Davinci and Shakespeare. Nobel Prize Kendrick

Vor 2 Monate
Rafael Samora
Rafael Samora

"Am I worth it? Did I put enough work in?" You have saved a lot of lives with this song so yes, you are necessary!! Thank you for this album.

Vor 2 Monate
Morgan P
Morgan P

This put tears to my eyes. Trying to stop the generational curses that run and thrive in my family. Want my kids to grow up not knowing my anger. I feel like I am trapped in my own mind and my inner me wants to be free. I wish I was somebody, anybody but myself. That's why I'm working on myself so I don't wish to be someone else. So I can live comfortably in my own mind and body.

Vor 2 Monate
HaikesXO
HaikesXO

Feel that brother. We all just want to be okay in our own heads…. anybody but myself

Vor 2 Monate
Live Free
Live Free

You can tell how well his writing is because this is the first song of the album where he discusses the women he's cheated with and calls them that, "women", not explicit slang. Like he's finally saying "I'm the one who's in the wrong, but I never wanted to admit it before. It's not them."

Vor 2 Monate
Maya Lee
Maya Lee

This song makes me cry every time. This album is such a blessing. A call to heal all this generational trauma we have inside. Thank you Kendrick ❤️

Vor 2 Monate
Briesha Brown
Briesha Brown

i teared up when I heard “you broke a generational curse” and the baby at the end saying “Thank you Daddy, Thank you Mommy, Thank you Brother” I have my two babies one is 4 my babygirl and the other is 2 my baby boy and my husband and I talk about this all the time. Striving to break a generational curse of family hatred, hidden skeletons and hushed tales about why daddy isn’t around and Mamas pain etc. The black family is a pivotal picture that hasn’t always been portrayed in the best light. It’s always been shown by Big mama bringing those torn up families together which is not a bad thing always or by a family death. There is a such thing as an amicable relationship between a black man and a black woman that’s not always dysfunctional. It’s not always mama hating daddy and daddy hating mama. Sadly, I saw that when I was young with my parents. so did my husband. There’s a hurt there that started generations ago but that’s not to say we can’t change the narrative. Acknowledge the pain and let healing begin. Uplift each other as families. I’m so happy Kendrick speaks on this stuff in his work.

Vor 2 Monate
Fabi Ano
Fabi Ano

this is what makes him different and why he is an artist and not a musician.

Vor 2 Monate
Briesha Brown
Briesha Brown

@Ventベント Thank you so much for that. I try to be.

Vor 2 Monate
Ventベント
Ventベント

You are a great mother, I'm sure!

Vor 2 Monate
cc
cc

This song is full of facts and I love his unique style of composing music. He is one of the only artists these days who don't just talk about sex and other dirty things. Def one of my favorite artists thesee days

Vor 2 Monate
NOISE
NOISE

There multiple artist who don't talk about sex and dirty things and also sexual addition is a huge theme throughout this album.

Vor 2 Monate
Naruto 🅥
Naruto 🅥

Who tf listens Kendrick in 2k22? 2k22 on streets everybody normal listen GOMUNKUL 6 now.

Vor 2 Monate
T SWANG2
T SWANG2

the whole album is just what we needed. Love it! Kendrick thank you for telling your story like no one else could love it bro.

Vor 2 Monate
Andrew Hiller
Andrew Hiller

Listening to Mr. Moral while working today. Up on a ladder feeling dehydrated in the sun. While listening to Mother I Sober :::: I almost fell of the ladder weeping uncontrollably at the end of the song. This album is challenge and encouragement to be transparent which we all know is hard to do.

Vor 2 Monate
Carl Duncan
Carl Duncan

Been 10 months sober now, having to process all these feelings got me crying right now. This track dropped at the right time.

Vor 2 Monate
ChilledVibesAndCereal
ChilledVibesAndCereal

Congratulations Brother, Keep Going :)

Vor 2 Monate
Drew Mac
Drew Mac

This gave me chills. This song will go down as one of Kendrick's most important songs he has ever created

Vor 3 Monate
Dade.
Dade.

@EXCLAMATION! yikes

Vor 2 Monate
Nene Dingle
Nene Dingle

That part!

Vor 2 Monate
Drew Mac
Drew Mac

@Senpai True!

Vor 3 Monate
Drew Mac
Drew Mac

​@Robin Skull Pretty sure your music would speak for itself if that was true. You wouldn't have to comment something like this if it was. Also, you aren't even in the same genre as Kendrick

Vor 3 Monate
Drew Mac
Drew Mac

@Astronova I think that's a great song that was meaningful as well

Vor 3 Monate
HUSSLE. All. About. The. Money. ENT.
HUSSLE. All. About. The. Money. ENT.

Just wish I had voice to tell how this song touches my heart. We’re all hurt in a way. Trauma had me suicidal I understand this track. From rape molestation dysfunction in my parents home etc. I had no voice at 5-6 I was just here living and 2022 a man now 5 beautiful babies a wife a life. Thank you world and god for Kendrick Lamar I never stood on my past but this is it. This is it.

Vor Monat
Michael Demarisjr
Michael Demarisjr

I pray for you young man. Your ability to converse your thoughts with conviction coming from the streets to conscious is beautiful. You have been given a blessing to have been spared from the traps of the ghettos of America and raised to a level of mental and spiritual development. I pray you are safeguarded for yourself, your family, and the many millions of listeners who, like I at 51yrs old, enjoy your thoughts. Peace young king.

Vor 2 Monate
Karriem Amos
Karriem Amos

Why is this album a healthy therapy session? Save your money just listen to this album. This is Grammy worthy.

Vor 2 Monate
Khurram Janjua, MD
Khurram Janjua, MD

This was one of the best tracks I've heard in a long time. Had me in tears. Thank you Kendrick for bringing more awareness on generational trauma!

Vor 2 Monate
Naruto 🅥
Naruto 🅥

Who tf listens Kendrick in 2k22? 2k22 on streets everybody normal listen GOMUNKUL 6 now.

Vor 2 Monate
Julian
Julian

Kendrick is living proof that you can retain your original message while still becoming mainstream

Vor 3 Monate
demul rarat
demul rarat

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ow-Le5EAq2k&list=PLD_iaWB-KI-_Ek1oa_iZyrM9Nt3JjBrvh is done here .

Vor Monat
Glorioso1904
Glorioso1904

@Kerry D Kendrick is mainstream...

Vor 2 Monate
PSW
PSW

​@Kerry D It's like some of ya'll live under a rock sometimes. Kendrick has the awards, the numbers and incredible loyal fan base. He is very well appreciated. Name another rapper with a Pulitzer award...

Vor 2 Monate
Fock GooglePlus
Fock GooglePlus

False

Vor 2 Monate
Christopher Madero
Christopher Madero

@Taron THE Great because he’s accepted in large masses. Just because it’s an independent label doesn’t mean he’s an indie artist. Dude has songs with well over 1 billion downloads.

Vor 3 Monate
Crystal Gardner
Crystal Gardner

I heard this song today for the first time & it brought tears to my eyes that I replied the song & just cried towards the end as someone who was sexually assaulted & this song just gave me what I needed to hear & im trying everyday to heal from it but thank you Kendrick !!!

Vor 3 Tage
anti gaia
anti gaia

Two of my favorite musicians on the same track. From completely different genres . And eras. This is gold

Vor Monat
Ash Caston
Ash Caston

I can't get enough of this song. It forces a purge if you're processing trauma, but it's so healing too. Favorite Kendrick album so far.

Vor 2 Monate
sasfire maiden
sasfire maiden

Wow...within 7 minutes he touched on subjects that have harmed us for over 300 yrs. Truly, truly beautiful!!🙏🏽

Vor 2 Monate
eddibetty10
eddibetty10

Being molested as a kid I interpret this in a different matter. Family abuse and domestic abuse within my family household burdened me my entire childhood and teenage years. Being from Compton just ties all this together. I sit here crying, reflecting on past trauma. Thank you Kendrick

Vor 3 Monate
Juan Luis Morales Ochoa
Juan Luis Morales Ochoa

@Killer Bee mexico got a this thing called machismo in my opinion that effects woman in a way that i can only discribe it as bad, it has taken so long to fix that woman are taking action know which is good, woman have a connection with a lot of things, and right know we need to work together as one

Vor 2 Monate
body46
body46

@eddibetty10 doesn't make that shit ok and don't feel bad for them. You didn't deserve to have your childhood spoiled. None of us did

Vor 2 Monate
Killer Bee
Killer Bee

I interpret it different too. To me it sounds like his mom's struggle with her sexual assault effected him. She kept pushing a narrative that wasn't true, making him question himself, building insecurities over the years. I don't think he was molested, but I think the effects still got to him from his families pain. I could be wrong though, I see both sides and it's so cryptic it could be either or. I hope he has the strength to give us more insight on this work of art.

Vor 2 Monate
Viona
Viona

Content +18 Barbie.Monster mejores. siempre en mi corazón. mañas no se la. Son unos de los mejores conciertos.💜

Vor 3 Monate
Kala Propst
Kala Propst

God bless you! I'm proud of you for sharing your story!!! You're important and loved. And you did not deserve to go through that. And you did nothing wrong! Take care. ❤️

Vor 3 Monate
Lovely Liah
Lovely Liah

i lost my mom at 5... man this song hit me and it helped me 😩😭❤️

Vor Monat
David Medeiros
David Medeiros

shiiit, this is my first listen of this album, after this song I had to pause for a second, walk around my house and reflect about what i just heard. kendrick is a mad fucking genius.

Vor 12 Tage
Atuanya Brazile
Atuanya Brazile

This is the best album of the year....... Maybe five years

Vor Monat
Frodo Bob
Frodo Bob

This song brings me to tears..its a masterpiece

Vor 2 Monate
katemccrew
katemccrew

This is so special. Im an adult woman of not color....im moved and crying. We are gonna make it world.... This song is proof.

Vor 2 Monate
Plasma Luv
Plasma Luv

As a survivor of sexual assault, this hit extra hard.

Vor 2 Monate
Jerrica Mitchell
Jerrica Mitchell

This one touched my heart deeply. I cried so much until it cleansed to my soul. Kendrick Lamar Bravo ❤️

Vor 2 Monate
Sean Emmett
Sean Emmett

literally the first line “Im sensitive I feel everything” is to display the change from Father Time where kendrick was taught to be insensitive and how crying never helped. Where as Mother I sober kendrick says how hes sensitive and his mourning. Genius.

Vor 2 Monate
MSC embalo
MSC embalo

Mother I Sober Lyrics [Verse 1: Kendrick Lamar] I'm sensitive, I feel everything, I feel everybody One man standin' on two words, heal everybody Transformation, then reciprocation, karma must return Heal myself, secrets that I hide, buried in these words Death threats, ego must die, but I let it purge Pacify broken, pieces of me, it was all a blur Mother cried, put they hands on her, it was family ties I heard it all, I should've grabbed a gun, but I was only five I still feel weighin' on my heart, my first tough decision In the shadows clingin' to my soul as my only critic Where's my faith? Told you I was Christian, but just not today I transformed, prayin' to the trees, God is taken shape My mother's mother followed me for years in her afterlife Starin' at me on back of some buses, I wake up at night Loved her dearly, traded in my tears for a Range Rover Transformation, you ain't felt grief 'til you felt it sober [Chorus: Beth Gibbons] I wish I was somebody Anybody but myself Ooh, I wish I was somebody Anybody but myself [Verse 2: Kendrick Lamar] I remember lookin' in the mirror knowin' I was gifted Only child, me for seven years, everything for Christmas Family ties, they accused my cousin "Did he touch you Kendrick?" Never lied, but no one believed me when I said "He didn't" Frozen moments, still holdin' on it Hard to trust myself, I started rhymin' Copin' mechanisms to lift up myself Talked to my lawyer, told me not to be so hard on myself He has an aurora, I hope to achieve If I find some help, congratulations, made it to be famous Still I feel uneasy, water watchin', live my life in nature Only thing relieves me Spirit guide whisper in my ear tell me that she sees me "Did he touch you?" I said "No" again, still they didn't believe me Mothers brother said he got revenge for my mothers face Black and blue, the image of my queen that I can't erase 'Til this day can't look her in the eyes pain is takin' over Blame myself, you never felt guilt 'til you felt it sober [Chorus: Beth Gibbons] I wish I was somebody Anybody but myself Ooh, I wish I was somebody Anybody but myself [Verse 3: Kendrick Lamar] I was never high, I was never drunk Never out my mind, I need control They handed me some smoke, but still I declined I did it sober sittin' with myself I went through all emotions, no dependents Except for the one, let me bring you closer, intoxicated There's a lustful nature that I failed to mention Insecurities that I project, sleepin' with other women Whitney's hurt, the pure soul I know, I found her in the kitchen Askin' God "Where did I lose myself? And can it be forgiven?" Broke me down, she looked me in my eyes "Is there an addiction?" I said "No", but this time I lied I knew that I can't fix it, pure soul, even in her pain Know she cared for me, gave me a number Said she recommended some therapy I asked my momma why she didn't believe me when I told her "No" I never knew she was violated in Chicago, I'm sympathetic Told me that she feared it happened to me, for my protection Though it never happened, she wouldn't agree Now I'm affected, twenty years later trauma has resurfaced Amplified as I write this song, I shiver 'cause I'm nervous I was five, questioning myself, 'lone for many years Nothing's wrong, just results on how them questions made me feel I made it home, seven years on tour, chasin' manhood But Whitney's gone by time you hear this song, she did all she could All these women gave me super powers, what I thought I lacked I pray our children don't inherit me and my feelings I attract a conversation, not bein' addressed in black families The devastation hauntin' generations and humanity They raped our mothers, then they raped our sisters Then they made us watch, then made us rape each other Psychotic torture between our lives we ain't recovered Still livin' as victims in the public eyes who pledge allegiance Every other brother has been compromised I know the secrets, every other rapper sexually abused I see 'em daily burin' the pain in chains and tattoos So listen close before you start to pass judgement on how we move Learn how we cope, whenever his uncle had to walk him from school His ankle grows deep in misogyny This is posttraumatic black families and a sodomy, today is still active So I set free myself from all the guilt that I thought I made So I set free my mother all the hurt that she titled shame So I set free my cousin, khaotic for my mothers pain I hope Hykeem made you proud, 'cause you ain't die in vein So I set free the power of Whitney, may she heal us all So I set free out children, may good karma keep them with God So I set free the hearts filled with hatred, keep our bodies sacred As I set free all you abusers, this is transformation [Chorus: Beth Gibbons] I wish I was somebody Anybody but myself Ooh, I wish I was somebody Anybody but myself [Outro] You did it, I'm proud of you You broke a generational curse Say "Thank you dad" Thank you daddy, thank you mommy, thank you brother Mr. Morale

Vor 3 Monate
A YouTuber
A YouTuber

So listen close before you start to pass judgement on how we move learn how we cope

Vor 2 Monate
DJ Kilo Star
DJ Kilo Star

champ👊🏾

Vor 3 Monate
32HUNTER
32HUNTER

I released a lot of music this week please tell me what you think

Vor 3 Monate
Gabriel Ka
Gabriel Ka

The third verse Kendrick wasn't himself

Vor 3 Monate
Flacco gee
Flacco gee

@ktxn that 3rd verse is our reality

Vor 3 Monate
Mark Aussant
Mark Aussant

I keep coming back to this one I’ve had few different favourites already but I’m gona stick with this one I swear 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

Vor 2 Monate
mcblaloc
mcblaloc

This is a piece of art that perfectly takes an indescribable experience and puts it into words. It belongs in the annals with some of the best songs ever written. This song is not just a "song." The FIRST time I sat down and listened to this album, I felt moved from track to track, but when this song hit, I SOBBED. I have not felt that way about any piece of music in a very long time.

Vor 2 Monate
Vanessa Walker
Vanessa Walker

I wish I had had this song when I was dealing with shit and couldn't find anyone who could relate. Most artists won't just straight up talk about these issues. This song is extremely important and I hope it gets more attention

Vor Monat
Not_Myosotis
Not_Myosotis

Every time I come back to this song and hear the line "heal everybody." and how much burden he feels it's heartbreaking.

Vor 2 Monate
Jaguar
Jaguar

I was abused as a 5 year old…and no one ever believed me. I’m in tears Kendrick. Thank you for your genuine raw art, we needed this.

Vor 3 Monate
Why do people mask suicidal thoughts
Why do people mask suicidal thoughts

healing is empowering, i hope your healing has begun and forgive those people who failed you. your healing has already begun because you told the truth to the world.

Vor 2 Monate
A Rose Still A Rose
A Rose Still A Rose

Peace love healing ❤️‍🩹 🙏🏿

Vor 2 Monate
Killer Bee
Killer Bee

No one believed Kendrick when he wasn't molested and it still had an effect on him, the curse effects those who haven't been touched as well, it's beryneye opening.

Vor 2 Monate
Golden Kings
Golden Kings

Me too at 5

Vor 3 Monate
TheRealPotPol
TheRealPotPol

@Mortal man fatherless behavior

Vor 3 Monate
frank chamba
frank chamba

Been trying to break a generational curse over these last few years. Trying to get sober. This hit deep. Right on time Kendrick lamaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

Vor 2 Monate
Kunal Patel
Kunal Patel

This is arguably Kendrick’s best song ever up there with sing about me

Vor 20 Tage
Lovely Liah
Lovely Liah

i listened to this song and wept... for myself, and others as well, especially my brothers 🥺❤️ Kendrick is definitely healing us with this album 💫🙏🏽 right on time ✨

Vor Monat
Kody D
Kody D

This is what I wanted from you this whole time but after hearing all the pain I feel so selfish for wanting to hear these truths that haunt our world 🌎 after judging you and so many other rappers for not saying anything not knowing that pain myself. I’m sorry for being a fake fan before and thank you Kendrick! We love you king! 👑

Vor 2 Monate
Underrated Art
Underrated Art

"You ain't felt grief, till you've felt it sober." Beautiful

Vor 3 Monate
magnetic horse66
magnetic horse66

That's the TRUTH MAKE MY SOUL HURT FOT ANYONE IN PAIN FOR ANY REASON .YOU BORN IN AMERICA YOU TRAUMATISED .

Vor 3 Monate
Lissette Pichardo
Lissette Pichardo

That line is raw reality you gotta feel your pain to grow not mask it

Vor 3 Monate
DaRuddest Jones
DaRuddest Jones

This line broke me. I legit think I want to get it tatted.

Vor 3 Monate
Slatt
Slatt

https://youtu.be/oe0dV3oGIvY Finally It’s here

Vor 3 Monate
1R3alMcCoy
1R3alMcCoy

You Sir are an artist 👍🏽

Vor 2 Monate
Rohini Kumar
Rohini Kumar

This song hits home. I feel like everyone who's been through trauma can relate to it differently. The ending of this song makes me feel powerful because it reminds me that I'm above those who wrong. I feel knowing the distinction between the kinds and the side you're on puts you above your shit, because you're not that and you won't inflict that on another

Vor Monat
Matthew Jolicoeur
Matthew Jolicoeur

Front to back this album is great. Once again Kendrick proves he’s the best rapper alive

Vor 2 Monate
Adrija Valaityte
Adrija Valaityte

Exceptional song in the album, really eye opening and emotional❤️

Vor 13 Tage
Blasian McBob
Blasian McBob

wtf i am an asian man living all the way across the globe from kendrick yet here i am bawling..the entire album especially this song, somehow made me resonate with everything he said on a human level that ive never felt through a piece of art before. Absolute masterclass by kendrick in storytelling through personal & cultural introspection 10/10 album wow

Vor 3 Monate
Jesse
Jesse

@UnitedPacci maybe think before you type. Lots of people are pointing out the fact that this album is speaking heavy on black culture. However he words it so well that we as all humans are able to relate. Which is why he mentioned he's Asian thus not familiar with the ties but still can relate due to his personal experiences. You understand now?

Vor 2 Monate
Haze Frederick
Haze Frederick

@EXCLAMATION! you've copy/pasted this over and over and over. Smh... one day you'll love yourself and I'll rejoice with you.

Vor 3 Monate
Numbers 123
Numbers 123

You probably not even Asian

Vor 3 Monate
Alesha wiley
Alesha wiley

Kendrick is out here. Awesome shit love hearing him. The tempo and the lyrics are so good always telling a story I wanna hear

Vor 10 Tage
black thoughts
black thoughts

Sadly our society don't want much to do with this album. They only feed on superficial lack of growth music that feels good. This doesn't feel good but is necessary.

Vor 2 Monate
Afonso Rafael
Afonso Rafael

This album will be a game changer MARK MY WORD

Vor 2 Monate
EV22
EV22

I'm Dutch and don't understand all the lyrics of Kendrick's album... unfortunately. but do feel the emotion in the songs. He makes the combination between text, beat, emotion and experience so good that as a non-English speaking person you completely understand and appreciate it. Big Kendrick fan from his first album and he continues to amaze me.

Vor 2 Monate
Leon Yousif
Leon Yousif

Mooi gezegd, muziek en emotie overstijgt taal!

Vor 4 Tage
Ben Y
Ben Y

This is one of the most impactful songs I've ever heard. Few songs make me cry and this is definitely up there with one of Kendrick's best written songs.

Vor 3 Monate
Mark Githinji
Mark Githinji

I tear up man epecially the ending 😥😶

Vor 2 Monate
Mark Githinji
Mark Githinji

I tear up man epecially the ending

Vor 2 Monate
yakuzi kuzi
yakuzi kuzi

That outfit drives me Pussyhols.OnLine nuts on you and you have that curvy body, you did a good job modelingi it too. Also like the last outfit 20:22 Love how the garter belts connect to the stockings and shear top

Vor 2 Monate
for real
for real

all the thing we keep suppressing

Vor 2 Monate
Heidi Kyro
Heidi Kyro

Dear God, we thank you for this man. May he be healed, blessed, protected and guided by you today and forevermore. Amen.

Vor 2 Monate
Kerry Y
Kerry Y

This song brings me to tears just about every single time I listen to it. Wow. Powerful

Vor 28 Tage
David Adams
David Adams

Beth's plaintive voice is a great complement to Kendrick's, adding to the heft of his message.

Vor 2 Monate
Zack Williams
Zack Williams

My favorite song on the album, had me in tears man.. Powerful music

Vor 2 Monate
Young M.A.R.S
Young M.A.R.S

Listening to this and Mirror right after just hits different. Kendrick knows how to make songs on his albums transition so perfectly after each other🔥🔥🔥🔥

Vor Monat
♜þinned by Steve Crowder
♜þinned by Steve Crowder

ᏔᎡᏆͲᎬ ᎷᎬ ႮᏢ ᏙᏆᎪ ͲᎬᏞᎬᏀᎡᎪᎷ➕②⓪⑨⑧④③⓪③④⑥✔️..

Vor Monat
A OK
A OK

The power in this song and the cleansing mantras "so I set free"... 💜

Vor 2 Monate
Robert Jones
Robert Jones

Thanks Kendrick Lamar for touching my heart and feeding my soul once again

Vor 19 Tage
Gkurosé
Gkurosé

As someone who was raped by my uncle and step brother, this song gets me. My mom was raped and molested by our male family members. I'm sure if I asked more women in my family if they were ever raped they'd say yes. I don't understand why this isn't talked about more, instead they treat it as taboo. As if it was an accident and all is forgiven if the rapist turns to God. The excuses I always hear is "he was on drugs...it wasn't him...but don't you feel pity? He has a tough life...he's still family" etc.

Vor 5 Tage
Francisco Sanudo
Francisco Sanudo

This song broke me. I’ve dealt with abuse in the past as young kid and this song reopened those deep wounds. Always felt insecure and never opened up to anyone about what had happened to me so I have nothing but respect to Kendrick for speaking on such a sensitive subject. The best way to cope is by speaking up about our issues. Kendrick is doing exactly that with this song, and helping others cope with their pain and past experiences through his lyrics. Another classic

Vor 3 Monate
FruityOp-Losing my mind
FruityOp-Losing my mind

@Fallout Boy lol my fault ik I tried to just ignore it but it just doesn't make sense.

Vor 2 Monate
Fallout Boy
Fallout Boy

@FruityOp-Losing my mind Thank you for turning it into most YouTube comment threads

Vor 2 Monate
FruityOp-Losing my mind
FruityOp-Losing my mind

@Francisco Sanudo I just think it's not genuine that's literally it bro but at least you held yourself accountable for ur behavior so I respect you for that much

Vor 2 Monate
Francisco Sanudo
Francisco Sanudo

@FruityOp-Losing my mind Wdym call bs? There was no bs mentioned in my comment. You’re the one bothered by me publicly sharing my thoughts on the song and how it has impacted me because I can relate to issues he’s addressing. How do you not expect me to get upset when you’re trying deprecate how I express my personal experiences by calling me cringe? You’re the only one here hating on someone for no reason, take that negativity somewhere else

Vor 2 Monate
FruityOp-Losing my mind
FruityOp-Losing my mind

@Francisco Sanudo all I did was call bs now you're the one throwing a fit look at your resources read them slowly.

Vor 2 Monate
Chris E
Chris E

I love this song, it touches me deep inside. Helps me escape from all the trauma, that I try to hide. I focus my attention on the future, that I try to predict. I will use this song to guide me. Thank You Kendrick!

Vor Monat
Matt Ross
Matt Ross

Album is unbelievably great!!!!🤘🏻🤘🏻🤘🏻🤘🏻

Vor 2 Monate
Bonita's House -Come on in💋
Bonita's House -Come on in💋

this is freaking beautiful ❤

Vor 2 Monate
Fiji Tone
Fiji Tone

🙏🏾 thank you God for using Kendrick as a vessel to deliver us this spoken word. I now believe Hip Hop is alive again 🥲

Vor 2 Monate

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