With his critically applauded, epic — and now, Grammy-nominated — good kid, m.A.A.d city, — Kendrick Lamar used rhymes to tell a chilling story of a boy becoming a man in the gang-driven streets of Compton, California. And while every track on the poetic album was almost disturbingly honest, it was the haunting — and, according to Lamar himself, “definitely true” — “Sing About Me, I’m Dying of Thirst” that was the most haunting. A narration about the death of his partner’s brother, “Sing About Me” is a sprawling 12 minutes long, which is why, when it came time to release the video on Friday (December 20), Kendrick decided to divide it into chapters.
Kendrick Lamar Drops ‘Sing About Me’ Video: Part I
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