Kendrick Lamar - Humble
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March 30, 2017 / Release Date
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PopMatters

The words flow well. Lamar’s delivery is smooth. He’s got more than a fair share of catchy lines. But hip hop itself has its roots in talking big. Bragging about being humble is self-limiting.

EMR
82
Well, having overcome the initial shock of seeing Kendrick put out a straight-forward, old-fashioned, Mike Will Made-It-produced (who actually saw it coming?) banger as the lead single of his new project, it is safe to say that this is much likely going to be a very distinct follow-up to 2015's To Pimp a Butterfly. Not that Kendrick hasn't put out any banger in the past, that is not the case (King Kunta was a total groovy, hard-hitting moment on his previous album per se), but Humble sees him ... read more
SuedeGripProd
77
I just don't care to hear Kendrick over MiKe-WiLL-Made-It beats, leave that shit to 2 Chainz and Juicy J.
tonymontana
70
Dear lamar you got nice flow, nice lyrics (humble-mumble looooooool) but why the heck you choose that beat?
After little time it becomes really annoying
Red1303
92
This was a pretty cool song. Sure the chorus was kinda lazy, but wow, Kendrick was killing it in this song. It also has an original beat, rather than just the same annoying sounds that most rap uses.

I find it weird though that he tells other rappers to be humble, even though he calls himself “the greatest of all time.” Oh well.
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  1. HUMBLE.
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Added on: March 30, 2017