. promotional payment Mr. Morale and the Great PreacherKendrick Lamar’s first movie (non-soundtrack) in five years, continues apace this weekend, with Lamar releasing an extensive new video for “N95”.” today. It appears that the song, the second track of the first volume of the new album Being all about thinking about the strange places our culture has drifted into in recent years – including lines about “abolition of culture,” “artificial flows,” and a whole bunch of what seems to be COVID era concerns. The video, meanwhile, is a bag of images leaning back to religion, opening with a shot of Lamar crucified invisibly on the rolling waves, and featuring a whole host of quick cuts.. Also: A car flies in a bunch of chairs at some point, a very exciting decision on the part of Lamar and co-director Dave Frye. as alsobecause it reminds you over and over with the text on the screen: “That’s tough nonsense.”
Mr. Morale and the Great Preacher Released on Friday, with largely positive Comments keep coming in for Curse (And Black Panther: The Album) tracking. (Despite drawing from a very small base of reviews at this point, the album is currently trading in unanimous praise on MetaCritic.) Among other things, the album To be noticed for “Auntie Diaries,” a song in which Lamar sings about his love for two trans family members; The track has won praise from some quarters for its message of love and acceptance, while also drawing criticism for the language Lamar uses while doing so.
Collaborators on the 18-track, two-volume album include Ghostface Killah and Pharrell Williams (in songwriting and production capacity)and Beth Gibbons and more. Lamar –Who appeared in Coachella recentlysupporting his cousin Baby Kim (who also appears on Morale master)—Announced that he will be going on a tour (“The Big Steppers Tour”) In support of the album, starting in June, with 65 dates currently on the schedule.