Dr. Dre — Deep Water feat. Kendrick Lamar, JUSTUS & Anderson Paak (Audio/Lyrics)
Five years back, Dr. Dre and Kendrick Lamar snapped on the “Compton” dark banger “Deep Water.” It looked like just yesterday when Dr. Dre alarmed the world by minding his third party Studio album Compton, dispelling all Detox narratives using a calculated wave of the hands.
Deep water has been one of the biggest hit of the decade with the appealing rap rhythm spiralling the entire environment. If you study very well, you’d realize that forever doomed to stand in the shadow of Titianesque functions like The Chronic along with the both classic 2001, Compton had precisely what many might call an unenviable job.
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However, what people failed to see is that Dr. Dre does not release something when he does not feel it is up to level, which ought to have been the first indication that Compton was destined to be yet another powerful addition to his thing.
Lo and behold, the record delivered on All arenas, boasting a ridiculous sonic decorative and performances from Eminem, The Game, Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, and much more.
When there are many standout tracks worthy of a party, few have withstood the test of time more significant than the blistering attack that’s”Deep Water.” Having a smothering and dim character, Dre kicks off a sneering salvo before passing the microphone to what could only be called a Kendrick Lamar owned.
Bringing the identical amount of intensity that he carried on”Control,” Kendrick snaps his cadence schizophrenic in nature since he permits his violent urges to take over.
Cap off things with a haunting rendition of A snuff movie from Anderson.Paak, and”Deep Water” makes for a cinematic hip-hop encounter — the likes of which only Dr. Dre could provide.
Once upon a time, I shot a n***a on accident
I tried to kill him but I guess I needed more practicing
That’s when I realized banging wasn’t for everybody
Switch it up before my enemy or the sheriff got me
They liable to bury him, they nominated six to carry him
They worry him to death, but he’s no vegetarian