Kendrick Lamar is a popular rapper from Compton, California. Not too long ago, he released a music video for “HUMBLE.“, a song from his “DAMN.” album.
Kendrick Lamar – “HUMBLE.”
“I remember syrup sandwiches and crime allowances. Finesse a ni^^a with some counterfeits, but now I’m countin’ this. Parmesan where my accountant lives, in fact, I’m downin’ this. D’USSÉ with my boo bae tastes like Kool-Aid for the analysts. Girl, I can buy yo’ ass the world with my paystub. Ooh, that pussy good, won’t you sit it on my taste bloods? I get way too petty once you let me do the extras. Pull up on your block, then break it down: we playin’ Tetris. A.M. to the P.M., P.M. to the A.M., funk. Piss out your per diem, you just gotta hate ’em, funk. If I quit your BM, I still ride Mercedes, funk. If I quit this season, I still be the greatest, funk. My left stroke just went viral. Right stroke put lil’ baby in a spiral. Soprano C, we like to keep it on a high note. It’s levels to it, you and I know.” – lyrics
The music video shows Kendrick Lamar with 6 disciples and a gang full of head-nodding followers. Also, the camera angles are clever, and Lamar superimposes his rap superiority in a humbling way.