Kendrick Lamar just broke the internet.

The TDE superstar just debuted "Humble," a brand new song and video from his forthcoming project. Directed by Dave Meyers & the Little Homies (K. Dot himself and TDE's Dave Free), the video features a litany of striking visuals that suggest that Kendrick is ready to unleash another commanding artistic statement on this new project due in April.

The vid opens with Kendrick dressed in religious robes, his head is engulfed in flames in another scene; later, he's dressed as a golfer and tees off while standing on a car--it's a lot. In the best possible way.

"This s--- way too crazy, ay, you do not amaze me, ay/I blew cool from AC, ay, Obama just paged me, ay," Kendrick raps. "I don't fabricate it, ay, most of y'all be fakin', ay/I stay modest 'bout it, ay, she elaborate it, ay/This that Grey Poupon, that Evian, that TED Talk, ay/Watch my soul speak, you let the meds talk, ay/If I kill a n----, it won't be the alcohol, ay/I'm the realest n---- after all, b---- be humble."

"Humble" was produced by Mike WiLL Made-It and follows “The Heart Part 4,” which was released last week.

Kendrick has been riding a wave of critical acclaim for virtually his entire career, and it reached a peak following the success of 2015s To Pimp A Butterfly. Last year, he released the compilation untitled unmastered, made up of leftovers from TPAB sessions.

Who's excited? Everybody.

Watch the new video in the clip above the story. And you can peep artwork below.



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