“good Kid, m.A.A.d city” is out now and people obviously know it. According to HipHopDX, the album will sell 200,000 first week copies. It’s HIGHLY recommended that you join the purchasing party. After all, some see spending a little bread on this highly-anticipated album as a contribution to hip-hop’s medical expenses. If you see the “industry” as being on longterm life-support and you hear K-Dot on “The Heart Pt. 3 (Will You Let It die?)”, he needs you to see him as a vital sign and a reason to keep the breathing tube secured and its respirator functioning. Kendrick closes the song asking, “will you let hip-hop die on October 22nd?”. It’s October 23rd, and it’s safe to say that hip-hop is still breathing even after years of assault and self-inflicted wounds. Listen to “The Heart Pt. 3” via the widget below. While you’re down there, you’ll definitely notice Kendrick’s “Swimming Pools (Drank)” remix featuring all the Black Hippy homies: Ab-Soul, Jay Rock, and Schoolboy Q.
BUY “good kid, m.A.A.d. city” ASAP!!! If you can’t directly boost Kendrick’s first-week sales/hip-hop’s hospital fund, at least stream the album through Spotify.