Over the last decade, Kendrick has been nothing less than prolific. He out rapped his peers on Section.80, he took us into the city of Compton on Good Kid, M.A.A.D City, he created one of the best conceptual rap albums ever with To Pimp A Butterfly and he crafted socially conscious bangers with DAMN. However, 2018 has seen Kung Fu Kenny soar to new heights in his already sky-high career, and these heights come in the form of Black Panther: The Album.
Black Panther: The Album is far from a movie soundtrack, it’s a blockbuster of its own. This project allows Kendrick to delve into sounds and styles that he’s yet to experiment with in his career, and will likely be remembered as one of the most successful projects in his career.