Kendrick Lamar's four studio albums ought to be immortalized on a new Mount Rushmore. (COMPTON'S MOUNT DUCKWORTH.)

At the same, each of these four albums deserves its own monument -- each a unique, self-contained exploration of the havoc our sick society inflicts upon marginalized peoples as well as a testament to the resilience of the human soul. And each of these albums has met Kendrick fans in different periods of their lives and resonated accordingly. Out of curiosity, we want to know which one is your personal favorite: Section.80, Good Kid, M.A.A.D City, To Pimp a Butterfly, or DAMN.?

Cast your vote below and discuss in the comments.