Kendrick Lamar – Mother I Sober ft. Beth Gibbons of Portishead

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multi talented artist and songwriter, Kendrick Lamar, comeback with her new sensational studio track title,” Mother I Sober featuring Beth Gibbons of Portishead” which flexsongs made available for free streaming & mp3 download.

Kendrick Lamar & Beth Gibbons of Portishead, has been on top of his game pushing and keeping her heads high which is seen in this track title “Mother I Sober”

“Mother I Sober” is the eighth track on disc two of Kendrick Lamar’s fifth and final studio album with Top Dawg Entertainment, Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers, and the seventeenth track overall. It features Beth Gibbons on the Chorus and Sam Dew on the outro, respectively.Lamar instantly opens up with heartfelt and personal lyrics where he battles his trauma head-on. At the start of the song, Lamar details his upbringing and the trauma associated with it. He details his mother’s experience with sexual abuse and then her fear that Lamar may be experiencing assault as well. Later on, Lamar asserts he was never subject to drug addiction, rather it was lust itself. Lamar then feels a sense of despair and hopelessness as he opens up to cheating on his, at the time fiancé. He compares this action in the same vein as his mother’s abuser. He then describes the instantaneous remorse and guilt he has to this day. Shortly after, Lamar broadens his viewpoint on the toxic sex culture faced by the Black community and how it must be brought to attention. He exclaims, however, that sexual abuse many Black children face can be a root cause of this culture as our society doesn’t feel like a safe space. This is what is later coined as the “generational curse” Black people face. Towards the end of the song, it is then where Kendrick metaphorically frees himself and everyone affected by the toxicity through the use of transparency, pride, and positivity, thus aiming to break the “generational curse.”This all relates to the theme Kendrick is constantly reasserting throughout the project. Kendrick is only human and he too is prone to make mistakes.

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[Verse 1: Kendrick Lamar]I’m sensitive, I feel everything, I feel everybodyOne man standin’ on two words, heal everybodyTransformation, then reciprocation, karma must returnHeal myself, secrets that I hide, buried in these wordsDeath threats, ego must die, but I let it purgePacify, broken pieces of me, it was all a blurMother cried, put they hands on her, it was family tiesI heard it all, I should’ve grabbed a gun, but I was only fiveI still feel it weighin’ on my heart, my first tough decisionIn the shadows clingin’ to my soul as my only criticWhere’s my faith? Told you I was Christian, but just not todayI transformed, prayin’ to the trees, God is taking shapeMy mother’s mother followed me for years in her afterlifeStarin’ at me on back of some buses, I wake up at nightLoved her dearly, traded in my tears for a Range RoverTransformation, you ain’t felt grief ’til you felt it sober[Chorus: Beth Gibbons]I wish I was somebodyAnybody but myselfOoh, I wish I was somebodyAnybody but myself[Verse 2: Kendrick Lamar]I remember lookin’ in the mirror knowin’ I was giftedOnly child, me for seven years, everything for ChristmasFamily ties, they accused my cousin, “Did he touch you, Kendrick?”Never lied, but no one believed me when I said “He didn’t”Frozen moments, still holdin’ on it, hard to trust myselfI started rhymin’, copin’ mechanisms to lift up myselfTalked to my lawyer, told me not to be so hard on myselfHe has an aura, I hope to achieve, if I find some helpCongratulations, made it to be famous, still I feel uneasyWater watchin’, live my life in nature, only thing relieves meSpirit guide whisper in my ear, tell me that she sees me“Did he touch you?” I said “No” again, still they didn’t believe meMother’s brother said he got revenge for my mother’s faceBlack and blue, the image of my queen that I can’t erase‘Til this day can’t look her in the eyes, pain is takin’ overBlame myself, you never felt guilt ’til you felt it sober[Chorus: Beth Gibbons]I wish I was somebodyAnybody but myselfOoh, I wish I was somebodyAnybody but myself

[Verse 3: Kendrick Lamar]
I was never high, I was never drunk, never out my mind
I need control, they handed me some smoke, but still I declined
I did it sober sittin’ with myself, I went through all emotions
No dependents, except for one, let me bring you closer
Intoxicated, there’s a lustful nature that I failed to mention
Insecurities that I project, sleepin’ with other women
Whitney’s hurt, the purest soul I know, I found her in the kitchen
Askin’ God, “Where did I lose myself? And can it be forgiven?”
Broke me down, she looked me in my eyes, “Is there an addiction?”
I said “No,” but this time I lied, I knew that I can’t fix it
Pure soul, even in her pain, know she cared for me
Gave me a number, said she recommended some therapy
I asked my momma why she didn’t believe me when I told her “No”
I never knew she was violated in Chicago, I’m sympathetic
Told me that she feared it happened to me, for my protection
Though it never happened, she wouldn’t agree
Now I’m affected, twenty years later trauma has resurfaced
Amplified as I write this song, I shiver ’cause I’m nervous
I was five, questioning myself, ‘lone for many years
Nothing’s wrong, just results on how them questions made me feel
I made it home, seven years of tour, chasin’ manhood
But Whitney’s gone, by time you hear this song, she did all she could
All those women gave me superpowers, what I thought I lacked
I pray our children don’t inherit me and feelings I attract
A conversation not bein’ addressed in Black families
The devastation, hauntin’ generations and humanity
They raped our mothers, then they raped our sisters
Then they made us watch, then made us rape each other
Psychotic torture between our lives we ain’t recovered
Still livin’ as victims in the public eyes who pledge allegiance
Every other brother has been compromised
I know the secrets, every other rapper sexually abused
I see ’em daily buryin’ they pain in chains and tattoos
So listen close before you start to pass judgement on how we move
Learn how we cope, whenever his uncle had to walk him from school
His anger grows deep in misogyny
This is post-traumatic Black families and a sodomy, today is still active
So I set free myself from all the guilt that I thought I made
So I set free my mother all the hurt that she titled shame
So I set free my cousin, chaotic for my mother’s pain
I hope Hykeem made you proud ’cause you ain’t die in vain
So I set free the power of Whitney, may she heal us all
So I set free our children, may good karma keep them with God
So I set free the hearts filled with hatred, keep our bodies sacred
As I set free all you abusers, this is transformation

[Chorus: Beth Gibbons]
I wish I was somebody
Anybody but myself
Ooh, I wish I was somebody
Anybody but myself

[Interlude]
You did it, I’m proud of you
You broke a generational curse
Say “Thank you, dad”
Thank you, daddy, thank you, mommy, thank you, brother
Mr. Morale

[Outro: Sam Dew]
Before I go in fast asleep, love me for me
I bare my soul and now we’re free.

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