is the debut studio album of American hip hop group Run–D. released on March 27, 1984 by Profile Records. The album was produced by Russell Simmons and Larry Smith. It was considered groundbreaking for its time, presenting a harder, more aggressive form of hip hop. The album's sparse beats and aggressive rhymes were in sharp contrast with the light, funky sound that was popular in hip hop at the time
Subtitled A Short Film by Kendrick Lamar, this concept album depicts a day in the life of a 17-year-old Lamar as he rides around Compton in his Momma’s (Paula Oliver) minivan. Kendrick revealed the meaning of the title in an interview with . The album was re-released on March 19, 2013 with a bonus remix of Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe featuring JAY-Z. GKMC was met with universal acclaim by music critics. On April 3rd, 2012, Kendrick released the lead single for the album, The Recipe.
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Years after the release of Run-D. s eponymous 1984 debut, the group generally was acknowledged to be hip-hop's Beatles - a sentiment that makes a lot of sense, even if Run-D. isn't quite the equivalent of a rap Please Please Me. Run-D. were the Beatles of rap because they signaled a cultural and musical change for the music, ushering it into its accepted form; neither group originated the music, but they gave it the shape known today. But, no matter how true and useful the comparison is, it is also a little misleading, because it implies that Run-D.