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All of 'Compton', the last song on good kid, m.A.A.d city. Kendrick trades bars with Dr. Dre, which represents a passing of the torch from Dre to Kendrick.
The last verse of m.A.A.d city.
If I told you I killed a nigga at 16, would you believe me? Or see me to be innocent Kendrick you seen in the street With a basketball and some Now & Laters to eat If I mentioned all of my skeletons, would you jump in the seat? Would you say my intelligence now is great relief? And it's safe to say that our next generation maybe can sleep With dreams of being a lawyer or doctor Instead of boy with a chopper that hold the cul-de-sac hostage Kill them all if they gossip, the Children of the Corn They vandalizing, the option of living a lie, drown their body with toxins Constantly drinking and drive, hit the powder then watch this flame That arrive in his eye; this a coward, the concept is aim and They bang it and slide out that bitch with deposits And the price on his head, the tithes probably go to the projects I live inside the belly of the rough Compton, U.S.A. made Me an Angel on Angel Dust, what
The Intro/bridge on m.A.A.d city counts too.
If Pirus and Crips all got along They'd probably gun me down by the end of this song Seem like the whole city go against me Every time I'm in the street I hear YAWK YAWK YAWK YAWK!
For classic gangsta rap fans, the beat changing to a more old school-ish sound with bangin' drums, accompanied by MC Eiht's "Wake your punk-ass up!" is this, big time.
His performance, in superb Motor Mouth style, on "Rigamortus".