Much like Pac, we get multiple sides of Kendrick through a trio of California love songs, escaping the emotional trappings of despair to find refuge in his greatest musings while pledging his devotion to music and the woman he loves on 'LOYALTY.' We're blessed with Rihanna flaunting her rap skills, sparking off a call-and-response duet. Kendrick acknowledges that he's flawed, but he is at peace with it, focusing on what he desires in spite of his shortcomings "I'm a savage, I'm an asshole, I'm a king. . . . I done been down so long lost hope/ I done came down so hard I slowed/ I don't sleep forever, all a real nigga want." He continues with this motif on 'PRIDE.,' where he accepts that he'll never be perfect. The world is a hellish place and will never be ideal, but Kendrick envisions his utopia characterized by absolving himself of his vices, working on music, divesting from the prison-industrial complex, reallocating those funds to improve schools, and having the biggest religious gathering for everyone to understand and seek salvation in the highest deity whether it be God, Allah, Jehovah, Yahweh, or any other name.