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Is the art of sequencing and making a album dead?

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Listening to Kendrick Lamar's album and Killer Mike's albums, they played like a story and had continuity. My question is why do so many albums sound so disjointed, whether it sounds like a bunch of singles or the production doesn't have a common sound.


I bet you Kendrick and Killer Mike went into their albums with a vision of what they wanted instead of just recording a bunch of songs.
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