Kendrick Lamar's 14 Most Reflective One-Liners From 'DAMN.'

In a short matter of hours, Kendrick Lamar's new album DAMN. has set the internet aflame.

Lamar has already left an indelible mark with his latest endeavor. By penning copious amounts of one-liners on DAMN., the TDE wordsmith has upped the ante lyrically.

For those itching for a new Instagram caption or Facebook status, look below at some of Lamar's most poignant lyrics. 


"I got hustle though, ambition, flow, inside my DNA."

"Sex, money, murder—our DNA."


"I don't do it for the 'Gram, I do it for Compton."


"I feel like my thoughts in the basement."


"My resume is real enough for two millenniums."

"I put my lyric and my lifeline on the line."


"I don't love people enough to put my faith in man."

"The hurt becomes repetition, the love almost lost that."


"Ain't no black power when your baby killed by a coward."

"The great American flag is wrapped and dragged with explosives."


"At 27 years old, my biggest fear was bein' judged."

"I'm talkin' fear, fear that my humbleness is gone."

"I'm talkin' fear, fear that love ain't livin' here no more."


"Everything I say is from an angel."


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