Kortney’s Last Show Podcast, EP 48: Kendrick Lamar, To Pimp A Butterfly Album Review; J. Cole, 2014 Forrest Hill Drive

Kendrick&J.Cole

Welcome back to The Last Show Podcast.

On this episode I talk about Kendrick Lamar’s new album, To Pimp A Butterfly. I call it an album review, but I’m not even sure it’s a review. Heck, I’m not even sure it’s a hip-hop album. It is a great work of art that confuses me. I don’t know what Kendrick is talking about. However, I spend time talking about it, and breaking it down.

I also talk about rediscovering the J. Cole, 2014 Forrest Hill Drive album. I heard it when it came out, and I wasn’t that impressed. It was probably because I soured on J. Cole after the Born Sinner album. I wasn’t a fan of that album. I thought it was too clunky. So when 2014 Forrest Hill Drive can out, I probably didn’t give it a fair shake. So I glad I got the opportunity to rediscover the album, while was traveling. It was also an interesting juxtaposition to Kendrick’s To Pimp A Butterfly.

I open the show talking about the Villanova Piccolo Girl. You don’t want to miss that.

 

So that’s the show.

You can see me live, Sunday April 5th at 7pm at Naked City Brewery

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Kortney Shane Williams

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