according to Titled “Humble,” the new track arrives with a fiery video that finds the post-aughts West Coast torchbearer assuming the roles of some pretty familiar figures.
Another instantly recognizable takeaway line from the song has Kendrick speaking out against Photoshop — specifically, the whitewashing of black models.
Just a week after sharing his Donald Trump–dissing comeback track “The Heart Part 4”, the Compton rapper has returned with another scorched-earth spitfire.
Kendrick Lamar is rewarding fans for their patience.
It’s one more reason to get excited for Kendrick’s follow-up to 2015’s brilliant, shape-shifting To Pimp a Butterfly.
as informed in This week’s video: “Humble” by Kendrick LamarLizzie: Near the end of the day yesterday, we thought we had our idea for this week’s “One Video” all locked in, and then Kendrick Lamar went and released a new video.
If you’re going to watch only one music video every week, it might as well always be a Kendrick Lamar video.
to Aerosmith to Rihanna), has Kendrick Lamar as a young pope, Kendrick Lamar as Steve Jobs, Kendrick Lamar doing a short advertisement for Grey Poupon mustard, and uh, this:What’s special about “Humble”:Lizzie: You could say it’s special for the sole fact that it’s a Kendrick Lamar music video, the likes of which we haven’t seen since 2016’s “God is Gangsta.” While that one featured Lamar sitting alone with a bottle of liquor, questioning his faith and his success, “Humble” sees Lamar donning papal robes and taking that center seat at the Last Supper.
It’s hard to stay mad at him for disrupting our plans though; “Humble” is distractingly easy to watch, and for my money, might be the best “One Video” video yet.
How long everyone should watch “Humble” by Kendrick Lamar:Lizzie: Until every time you watch The Young Pope you see Kendrick’s face instead of Jude’s.