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Section.80

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F*ck Your Ethnicity
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Hol' Up
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A.D.H.D
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No Make-Up (Her Vice)
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Tammy's Song (Her Evils)
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Chapter Six
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Ronald Reagan Era
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Poe Mans Dreams (His Vice)
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The Spiteful Chant
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Chapter Ten
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Keisha's Song (Her Pain)
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Rigamortus
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Kush & Corinthians
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Blow My High (Members Only)
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Ab-Souls Outro
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HiiiPower
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Total Tracks: 16   Total Length: 59:56

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Ian Cohen

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Ian Cohen caused a minor uproar after panning the first Presidents of the United States of America LP in his high school newspaper, and not much has changed sin...more »

12.21.11
Kendrick Lamar, Section.80
Label: Top Dawg Entertainment / Kendrick Lamar

Most of the time, a hip-hop record quick to indict the influence of pop culture and the moral fiber of our youth is simply a front for its creator’s encroaching obsolescence. Not so with young Compton native Kendrick Lamar’s galvanizing Section.80, which plays out more like a manifesto than a sermon, stoked by the credibility and understanding of someone trying to guide and understand their peers rather than bring down judgment. You like knucklehead gangsta… read more »

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prazy

This is a very thoughtful storytelling hip hop record. Sure, its loud and angry and raw in places, but it's also funny and sensitive. The sampling is curatorial. The writing, crazy smart. KL has stories to tell and you'll want to hear them again and again.

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