At face value Kendrick Lamar might have won "Most Artistically Random 2017" for the new video for "HUMBLE." That being said in the most respectful of ways, the videography is absolutely next level. In the 3 minute timespan we see Kendrick get his head caught on fire, intensely argue with police, lay up on-top a pile of money, and imitate Jesus in the Last Supper painting.
Directed by Dave Meyers and The Little Homies, the video brings forth the new track in the form of "HUMBLE." The most recent release since "The Heart Part 4," Lamar shows a classic style to himself. The bouncy piano-driven song is incredibly heavy and hold creative depth that could be dissected for weeks.
The new album is expected to arrive April 7th.
Would you play this track over and over?