In the short clip Lamar harasses an heiress, dresses like Uncle Sam, and is cloned. Not bad for two minutes and thirteen seconds.
“To Pimp a Butterfly” gets more relevant every day.
A photographer who took the original image claims he was not asked to use it.
Definitely not the first time Geraldo has expressed this same sentiment. Probably not the last.
Despite some of the horrors depicted on the screen, the lasting feeling from the clip is uplifting (pun intended) when Lamar flashes his smile as the closing visual.
Not that the original wasn’t already the ‘Fancy’ of 2015.
And what Taylor wants, she usually gets.
In honor of National Running Day today (June 3), we’ve created a playlist to help you hit the ground running.
Do not get up onstage with Kendrick Lamar if you don’t know the words because he will kick you right off the stage. Seriously, he will.
Rapper Kendrick Lamar turned the tables on paparazzi and performed for the masses thanks to Ellen.
Nice knowing you, “Anaconda.”
Duran Duran, Weezer, Run the Jewels and Hozier also join the lineup.
It’s 2015 and Kendrick Lamar is not only in a Taylor Swift music video. He’s on a Taylor Swift song.
Good kid just got recognized by his m.a.a.d. city.
We knew Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” video was going to be a summer epic, but it looks like she’s going for Michael Jackson “Thriller”-level theatrics.
Snoop Dogg Reveals ‘Bush’ Track List Featuring Stevie Wonder, Kendrick Lamar, Gwen Stefani, and More
Snoop Dogg has assembled an A-list roster of features for his new album, ranging from Rick Ross to Gwen Stefani.