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FEAR. · Kendrick Lamar
℗ 2017 Aftermath/Interscope (Top Dawg Entertainment)
Released on: 2017-12-08
Producer: The Alchemist
Composer Lyricist: Alan Maman
Composer Lyricist: Dale Warren
Composer Lyricist: Kendrick Lamar
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#フィアー #FEAR.

Kendrick Lamar - Topic photo 1 FEAR. Kendrick Lamar - Topic photo 2 FEAR. Kendrick Lamar - Topic photo 3 FEAR. Kendrick Lamar - Topic photo 4 FEAR.

Stop asking why things are slept on. You hear it when you’re ready.

by Carlos Vigil 1 year ago

Me and my brother used to listen to Kendrick all the time man..all the time.. he died a year ago today.
RIP my brother💔😓
Jessi 1995-2019 🕊

by Ray Ray 9 months ago

7 y.o --> Afraid of his mom (growing in poverty )
17 y.o --> Afraid of death (cause that's what you do when you're 17 in Compton )
27 y.o --> Afraid of losing everything he built , his inspiration , his love...

by Ray H. 2 years ago

this song was born a classic, it's one of the greatest rap songs ever written, with a classic boom bap instrumental just how I like it

by RaulSouza 2 years ago

When he said “whebsusinevezhwuqjebsvqhqo” I felt that

by Conner Boyd 1 year ago

2 Timothy 1:7
For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.

by Gabe B 2 years ago

...I probably die trying to buy weed at the apartments...

by Steve 1 year ago

Crazy the Biblical references in this song. You can tell Kendrick knows he struggles with Demons and tries to defeat them constantly.

The backwards part in this song is crazy. It is actually just the first part, "Why God, Why God..." played in reverse. Something that is associated with Satanic references.

However, the strange thing is that he does this on purpose, knowing that. And yet, it seems to address fear itself sounding something like, "Lucifer wants the whole world to fret, for us do die down, die down, die down. He fought with his generals standing on the hearts of men. He made them bow down, bow down, bow down. Merchant of the Earth who raized (destroyed) the heart with him, for us to die now, die now, die now. He fought with his generals, standing on the hearts who fret..."

Sounds crazy, but that's what it sounds like. All of which appears in multiple Bible verses. And it makes you wonder why he would choose that specific line of lyrics, speed, tone, and tempo, then play it backwards on purpose if there is not a hidden messagr. Especially coming from such an intelligent artist, this can't be taken as coincidence.

Combine that with some of his other works - the Heart, How Much a Dollar Cost, and Dying of Thirst, it is hard to imagine that Kendrick does not believe in a good and bad power such as God and Satan. I love listening to his music because he keeps it so real and reveals that even the richest and most highly looked upon men face Demons and must conquer them or suffer.

As epitomized in these lyrics from this very song, "Fear of losing creativity, fear of missing out on you and me, fear of losing loyalty for pride - because my DNA won't let me be involved in the light of God, fear that my humbleness is gone, fear that love don't live here no more, fear that it's wickedness or weakness, whatever it is it's distinctive, what happens on Earth stays on Earth, and I can't take em with me so hopefully they disperse, in 14 tracks carried out over wax, wondering if I'm living through fear or living through rap..."

All music is deeper than it appears. Use your eyes to see and ears to hear. God Bless. Don't run from your fears, face them.

by Kyle Broussard 1 year ago

"I'll prolly die from one of these bats and blue badges" Literal bats - 2020

by Kristien Nocon 5 months ago

@ he started naming all the tracks on the album in his verse

by BUDDAH1017 1 year ago

Such deep lyricism. Product of a pained young man spitting the raw truth.

by Michael Fowls 1 year ago

What's up family, yeah it's yo cousin Carl man, just given' you a call man
I know you been havin' a lot on yo mind lately
And I know you feel like ya know people ain't been prayin' for you
But you have to understand this man, that we are a cursed people
Deuteronomy says
"The Lord shall smite thee with madness, and blindness
And astonishment of heart."
See family that's why you feel like
You feel like you got a chip on your shoulder
Until you finally get the memo, you will always feel that way

Why God, why God do I gotta suffer?
Pain in my heart carry burdens full of struggle
Why God, why God do I gotta bleed?
Every stone thrown at you restin' at my feet
Why God, why God do I gotta suffer?
Earth is no more, why don't you burn this mufucka?

I beat yo' ass, keep talkin' back
I beat yo' ass, who bought you that?
You stole it, I beat yo' ass if you say that game is broken
I beat yo' ass if you jump on my couch
I beat yo' ass if you walk in this house with tears in your eyes
Runnin' from poopoo and 'prentice
Go back outside, I beat yo' ass, lil nigga
That homework better be finished, I beat yo' ass
Yo' teachers better not be bitchin' 'bout you in class
That pizza better not be wasted, you eat it all
That TV better not be loud if you got it on
Them Jordans better not get dirty when I just bought 'em
Better not hear 'bout you humpin' on Keisha's daughter
Better not hear you got caught up, I beat yo' ass
You better not run to your father, I beat yo' ass
You know my patience runnin' thin
I got beaucoup payments to make
County building's on my ass
Tryna take my food stamps away
I beat yo' ass if you tell them social workers he live here
I beat yo' ass if I beat yo' ass twice and you still here
Seven years old, think you run this house by yourself?
Nigga, you gon' fear me if you don't fear no one else

If I can smoke fear away, I roll that motherfucker up
And then I take two puffs
I'm high now, I'm high now
I'm high now, I'm high now
Life's a bitch, pull them panties to the side now

I'll prolly die anonymous
I'll prolly die with promises
I'll prolly die walkin' back home from the candy house
I'll prolly die 'cause these colors are standin' out
I'll prolly die because I ain't know Demarcus was snitchin'
I'll prolly die at these house parties, fuckin' with bitches
I'll prolly die from witnesses leavin' me false accused
I'll prolly die from thinkin' that me and your hood was cool
Or maybe die from pressin' the line, actin' too extra
Or maybe die because these smokers
Are more than desperate
I'll prolly die from one of these bats and blue badges
Body slammed on black and white paint, my bones snappin'
Or maybe die from panic or die from bein' too lax
Or die from waitin' on it, die 'cause I'm movin' too fast
I'll prolly die tryna buy weed at the apartments
I'll prolly die tryna diffuse two homies arguin'
I'll prolly die 'cause that's what you do when you're 17
All worries in a hurry, I wish I controlled things

If I could smoke fear away, I'd roll that mothafucka up
And then I'd take two puffs
I've been hungry all my life
I'm high now, I'm high now
I'm high now, I'm high now
Life's a bitch, pull them panties to the side now, now

When I was 27, I grew accustomed to more fear
Accumulated 10 times over throughout the years
My newfound life made all of me magnified
How many accolades do I need to block denial?
The shock value of my success put bolts in me
All this money, is God playin' a joke on me?
Is it for the moment and will he see me as Job?
Take it from me and leave me worse than I was before?
At 27, my biggest fear was losin' it all
Scared to spend money, had me sleepin' from hall to hall
Scared to go back to Section 8 with my mama stressin'
30 shows a month and I still won't buy me no Lexus
What is an advisor somebody that's holdin' my checks?
Just to fuck me over and put my finances in debt?
I read a case about Rihanna's accountant and wondered
How did the bad girl feel when she looked at them numbers?
The type of shit'll make me flip out
And just kill somethin', drill somethin'
Get ill and fill ratchets with a lil' somethin'
I practiced runnin' from fear, guess I had some good luck
At 27 years old, my biggest fear was bein' judged
How they look at me reflect on myself, my family, my city
What they say 'bout me reveal
If my reputation would miss me
What they see from me
Would trickle down generations in time
What they hear from me
Would make 'em highlight my simplest lines

I'm talkin' fear, fear of losin' creativity
I'm talkin' fear, fear of missin' out on you and me
I'm talkin' fear, fear of losin' loyalty from pride
'cause my DNA won't let me involve in the light of God
I'm talkin' fear, fear that my humbleness is gone
I'm talkin' fear, fear that love ain't livin' here no more
I'm talkin' fear, fear that it's wickedness or weakness
Fear, whatever it is, both is distinctive
Fear, what happens on Earth stays on Earth
And I can't take these feelings
With me so hopefully they disperse
Within fourteen tracks, carried out over wax
Searchin' for resolutions until somebody get back
Fear, what happens on earth stays on earth
And I can't take these feelings with me
So hopefully they disperse
Within fourteen tracks, carried out over wax
Wonderin' if I'm livin' through fear or livin' through rap

Goddamn you
Goddamn me
Goddamn us
Goddamn we
Goddamn us all

Therefore I will punish you for all your iniquities
So until we come back to these commandments
Until you come back to these commandments
We're gonna be in this place, we're gonna be under this curse
Because he said he's gonna punish us
The so-called Blacks, Hispanics, and Native American Indians
Are the true children of Israel
We are the Israelites according to the Bible
The children of Israel, he's gonna punish us for our iniquities
For our disobedience because we chose to follow other gods
That aren't his son, so the Lord thy God chasten you
So just like you'll chasten your own son
He's gonna chasten you because he loves you
So that's why we get chastised, that's why we're in the position we're in
Until we come back to these laws, statutes and commandments
And do what the Lord said, these curses are gonna be upon us
We're gonna be at a lower state in this life that we live here in today
In the United States of America
I love you, son, and I pray for you
God bless you, shalom

by Amauta Falk 2 years ago

Damn this song is depressing.. but holy shit around 5 min. when the violins start to swell and the sample hit the "I've been hungry all my life--starved to the bone." a HUGE wave of euphoria crashed over me, like the whole song just clicked on another level and everything just melded together; driving it home with Kendrick listening to his cousin's phone call. Just powerful shit.

by YOUSAYRUN 5 months ago

How's this not one of his most viewed?

by Edouard T. 1 year ago

Who else here listening to this song in quarantine while the outside world is crumbling?

by Daniel Martinez 7 months ago

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