Counting Down The Top Six Kendrick Lamar Features

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Kendrick Lamar aka King Kunta has emerged as the torch bearer for the new-school after cementing his position as a west coast legend with his success of DAMN. In fact, Kendrick Lamar’s unique style and his epic growth was the reason that his album To Pimp A Butterfly made it in the Harvard Library in acknowledgement of its cultural significance.

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Kendrick’s eccentric flow has out-shined some of his peers and made the collaboration his own, in this article we’ll be counting down to the best six Kung Fu Kenny features.

1) Game Ft Kendrick Lamar – The City

This project to some was the breakout track for  Lamar and the Game’s passing of the west-side legacy to the Compton legend. Kendrick’s acapella at the end made this project a heavy west coast drop.

2) Big Sean Ft Kendrick Lamar & Jay Electronica

This controversial ruthless verse made every rapper step his pen game up. The energetic straight up name drops made this project unique. Kendrick even name dropped Big Sean on his own project.

3) Pusha T Ft Kendrick Lamar 

This project is the perfect display of riding the beat to the fullest. What makes the project brilliant is the pen game of both these artists which was on a different fucking level.

4)  Travis Scott Ft Kendrick Lamar – Goosebumps

The song of the summer “Goosebumps” dominated the charts and the air plays. This club banger has the perfect bass line that fits the smoothness of Kendrick’s flow.

5) SZA Ft Kendrick Lamar 

This has to be one of the best project off SZA’s CTRL album. Kendrick’s verse is the smoothest and this type of pen game definitely was a first for Kendrick Lamar. This project is the best Kendrick verse personally.

6) Vince Staples Ft Kendrick Lamar – Yeah Right 

This has to be the most slept on Kendrick collaboration. Off the new Vince Staples album Big Fish Theory this collab is a classic. This project didn’t receive the views it deserved since it was leaked and re-uploaded without the “ft Kendrick Lamar” written in its title.