TRL‘s Top 20 Albums Of The Year

To be a marginalized human—a person of color, a woman, a non-heterosexual person—is to exist in a constant struggle to be seen and understood. That experience creates a spectrum of feelings: the rage, the sorrow, the loneliness, the joy of your unique identity. DAMN., Kendrick’s fourth full album, is such a brilliant encapsulation of what those torrents of emotion feel like through the lens of an African-American male, from the deeply felt frustration of “DNA.” to the soft sweetness of “LOVE.,” interweaving self-realization, self-grandiosity and questioning faith, oftentimes on the same track. Kendrick’s devotion to pouring his life into his art is purely unmatched; on “ELEMENT.,” his admission that “I’m willing to die for this sh*t” doesn’t just feel like another line in a song. It feels like virtuous fact. – Terron Moore

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