This album starts very well with an intro quite similar to jazz, mixes that we have already heard before in other albums from Kendrick Lamar (probably the best expositor of critical hip hop of the 2010 – 2020 era). The record begins with lyrics related to the city security problems that we constantly see reflected in the news. DNA is a song with a pretty good beat along with sick rap lyrics, Kendrick always revalues his people in his lyrics. The collaboration with Rihanna on the song Loyalty created a pretty sexy song by itself. Finally, Fear uses a lot of soul style, closing in that beat the album, one of the best in lyrics and beats in the world of hip hop that I heard at this time.