By Nicole Patrice
On March 30th Kendrick Lamar debuted a new single “Humble” from his forth coming album. The song had been sparking controversy since the day of release, leaving fans with unanswered questions as to who the rapper is referring to in this subliminal masterpiece.
In one verse, he says “Who dat nigga think in ‘that he frontin’ on man man? Get the fuck off my stage I’m da sandman.” There has been lots of tension in the game, perhaps Kendrick is trying to school these hype souls by sending suggestions to the haughty figures. In the song, Kendrick also shares his opinion on black women. He says “I’m so **** sick and tired of the Photoshop.
Show me something natural like ass with some stretch marks,” Fans took to Twitter to share their thoughts on his comments by saying “black women aren’t the only ones that Photoshop, the racial comment is absurd.”Kendrick displayed himself as a sovereign in the video, having his men bow down to him while he gives directions. The video is a classic, very unique with a hint of imagination.