Kendrick Lamar is on his way to releasing his debut album good kid, m. A. A.d city (artwork below) later this year, which we couldn’t more excited for. Here’s the first track off it “The Art of Peer Pressure”, talking about friendly influence while chillin with homies, mainly touching on the bad influences. The beat is mellow and incredibly solid, with Kendrick throwing down some solid flow throughout. Don’t miss his recent track “West Side (Ft. Young Jeeez)”. Enjoy!
Kendrick Lamar – The Art of Peer Pressure
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