The 10 Most Anticipated Hip Hop Albums Of 2012

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Here’s a really dope article from The Well Versed listing their 10 most anticipated hip-hop albums of 2012, including Big K.R.I.T., Nas, Lupe Fiasco, Jay Electronica, Kendrick Lamar and more. Check out what they said about Kendrick Lamar’s Good Kid in a Mad City below. Which album are you looking forward to the most? Click here to read the whole article.

Here’s what they had to say about Kendrick Lamar’s Good Kid in a Mad City:

“Born and raised in California’s most notorious city of Compton where drugs, gang activity, and violence are apparent, Kendrick Lamar has found a way to use his music to send a message of hope and respect in a dark place. In his own words, Lamar considers himself to be a “good kid in a mad city,” and he credits his father for influencing him not to get involved with the negativity. Lamar earned much respect from his Section.80 project (2011) which also is a reflection of his experiences, essentially proving that he is a serious new talent. Fans can be for certain that he will continue to grow and satisfy with his expected Good Kid in a Mad City (2012), which includes songs that the rapper wrote in his youth. In an interview with Lu Parker from the Huffington Post, Lamar says, “When I say these words, hopefully I can change something whether it’s a person or the neighborhood; it can start with just a small word out the mouth.” Click here for more.