“151 Rum” feels very Kendrick-esque in its design, like GKMC Kendrick more than “All The Stars” Kendrick. J.I.D.’s talking about the dangers of his city and street life–and the fact that he’s seen life on both sides of the fence. However, what makes this stand out from countless other tracks that have followed parts of that archetype is that it’s even more menacing than a lot of Kendrick’s stuff from that era, down to the beat that thumps you in the chest repeatedly until you’re begging for mercy. Then, you get bars on top of that and it’s just like a KO of epic proportions, something like getting blunted and drinking 151 (from what I remember, all sorts of stuff comes out of the woodwork when that goes down).
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