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Kendrick Lamar drops beautifully complex ‘N95’ video

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Kendrick Lamar keeps the buzz going for his latest album with the release of a stunning new video for standout track ‘N95’ – watch it below.The rapper dropped his fifth album ‘Mr.

Morale & The Big Steppers’ on Friday (May 13), arriving five years after the release of his last studio LP, 2017’s ‘DAMN.’.Earlier this week Kendrick shared a video using deepfake technology to accompany the fifth instalment in his long-running ‘The Heart’ series, and now he’s back with another impressive set of visuals.Directed by Kendrick and longtime business partner Dave Free, there’s a lot to unpack in the video for ‘N95’.

Jam packed with beautiful imagery that sees Kendrick take on a number of different roles, one minute he plays Jesus floating in crucifix fashion over the ocean; the next he’s a crazed rapper crawling the halls of an abandoned building with Baby Keem.Elsewhere in the video he’s a piano-playing crooner in a luxurious apartment flanked by women; a pigeon keeper who does hardcore workouts on apartment rooftops; a newspaper reader unfazed by a car crashing into the seats next to him. “This shit hard,” the lyrics and video text repeat.Watch the video for ‘N95’ below:Kendrick recently announced that he will hit the road for a huge world tour this summer including a series of UK dates later in the year.The jaunt will kick off with a raft of dates in the US on July 19 before reaching European and UK shores in October and November, which include two shows at The O2 in London on November 7-8.Tickets go on general sale at 12pm local time in the US on May 20 while pre-sale tickets will go on sale the day before (May 19) at 10am local time through the Cash App.You can purchase tickets for the US dates here and UK dates here.

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