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Song of the Week: Humble by Kendrick Lamar

Israel Taylor, Entertainment Editor

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Once an artist has been skyrocketed to fame and stratum, they often view themselves as Gods. Lamar sends a message to artists, politicians, religious leaders, actors and all of the sort in HUMBLE to, “Sit down, be humble.” He even makes this clear as a musical artist in his music video by mimicking the last supper and placing himself in the middle as jesus and other scenes as the Pope. This was the first single to be released off of his album DAMN, it clearly shows how Lamar feels about his industry and the people of high power.

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