Keep me where the light is.
We got a young brother to stand for something. We got a young brother to believe in the all of us. Brother Kendrick Lamar: He’s not a rapper, he’s a writer, he’s an author. And if you read between the lines, we’ll learn how to love one another. But you can’t do that. I said, you can’t do that…
Without loving yourself first.
Listening to Kendrick’s new song instantly made me think of the recording of Kendrick’s mom on Real
"If I don’t hear from you, by tomorrow… I hope you come back, and learn from your mistakes. Come back a man, tell your story to these black and brown kids in Compton. Let ‘em know you was just like them, but you still rose from that dark place of violence, becoming a positive person. But when you do make it, give back, with your words of encouragement, and that’s the best way to give back. To your city… And I love you Kendrick, if I don’t hear you knocking on the door you know where I usually leave the key. Alright? talk to you later, bye."
Order Veggie so I know it’s Real