Hidden Message In Kendrick Lamar's New Album 'DAMN' That Completely Went Over Your Head


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Kendrick Lamar's New Album Is Here. Featuring 14 Tracks, Lamar Shares A Hidden Message In A Track Called 'YAH'. Other Artists Such As Nas & Others Have Spoken The Same Message.





















































































































































































































































































































































http://www.thefader.com/2017/04/14/kendrick-lamar-sampled-fox-news-damn

The opening two tracks of Kendrick Lamar's fourth studio album DAMN., out today, feature audio from a Fox News segment in which Geraldo Rivera, along with a few other anchors, criticize the rapper's opening performance of "Alright" at the 2015 BET Awards for its overt anti-police sentiment.
The segment made headlines at the time for Rivera's incendiary comments that "Hip Hop has done more damage to young African Americans than racism in recent years." At the time, Lamar responded to Rivera's comments directly in a conversation with TMZ, in which he said "Hip Hop is not the problem. Our reality is the problem."
Now the Compton rapper's taken things a step further by including the audio of the original segment at the end of album opener "BLOOD." and throughout its second track, "DNA." On the album's third track, "YAH.", he addresses Fox and Rivera yet again, with the lyrics "Fox News wanna use my name for percentage/My latest news is my niece, she’s worth livin'/See me on the TV and scream, “That’s Uncle Kendrick”/Yeah, that’s the business/Somebody tell Geraldo this nigga got some ambition."

The wait is over. Kendrick Lamar unleashed DAMN., his fourth studio album, on streaming services shortly after midnight on the east coast Friday, hours after it leaked online and about an hour after pre-orders popped up on his fans' phones.

DAMN. follows To Pimp A Butterfly (2015) and good kid, m.A.A.d. city (2012), both pieces so ambitious and varied, richly envisioned and perfectly executed that Lamar could have retired a legend based on them alone. Expectations are justifiably high. Oh, and... U2? (Yes, U2.)

The album comes after a relatively minimal promotional campaign consisting of one inscrutable-at-the-time social media post on March 23 and the release of "The Heart Part 4" (part of a sequence stretching back to 2010 that provides an arc to Lamar's ascent). One week later came a stunning video for a new song, "HUMBLE." The album's title, art and tracklist arrived on April 11. And now, finally: DAMN.

"Drop one classic came right back / Another classic right back," Lamar rapped three weeks ago on "The Heart Part 4." As Rodney Carmichael wrote here, "When it comes to driving the cultural discourse, Lamar has proven himself to be rap's main course."

Kendrick Lamar‘s subliminal jabs just keep coming.

The Compton rapper released his new album DAMN. on Thursday night, and, to be expected fans on social media are freaking out. Lamar’ lyrical acrobatics remains and songwriting remain as sharp as ever, as does his penchant for stoking the political fire with criticisms of Fox News, but it is the song “ELEMENT.” that has most fans theorizing. According to Genius, the combative new song has plenty of subliminal disses for two of Lamar’s old foes: Drake and Big Sean.

“ELEMENT.” opens with a skit from DJ Kid Capri, as he refers to Lamar as “Kung Fu Kenny” and repeats the phrase “I don’t give a f*ck” in a cadence not dissimilar to the way that Drake has been known to spit. As for the phrase itself, many fans believe that it is a thinly-veiled diss at Big Sean’s most successful single, “I Don’t F*ck With You.”

Kendrick Lamar has the approval of Louis Farrakhan. K. Dot had a meeting with the Nation of Islam leader, who praised the MC in a message on Instagram.

On the latest album from Grammy Award-winning rapper Kendrick Lamar, the artist appears to declare himself a Hebrew Israelite — or at the very least to show he’s familiar with the group’s beliefs.

“I’m a Israelite, don’t call me black no more, that word is only a color, it ain’t facts no more,” Lamar raps on the song titled “Yah.”

Lamar also references core theological beliefs held by Hebrew Israelites found in Deuteronomy 28, a passage which deals with curses delivered by God to the Israelites.

Bible Prophecy predicts Babylon the Great (America) Being destroyed in one hour by Russia & Iran in world war 3. Donald Trump will be the last president of the united states before the return of Jesus Christ so save the scattered 12 tribes of Israelites and saved Gentiles from destruction.

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