Kendrick Lamar Deepfakes Kanye, OJ, Will Smith In His Newest Track

Kendrick Lamar
Kendrick Lamar

Kendrick Lamar is back! While Music fanatics are eagerly awaiting Kendrick Lamar’s highly anticipated album, Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers, the singer recently surprised fans as he released a brand new track named The Heart Part 5. from the album. Like always, Lamar stunned fans with something unexpected in the video that was released alongside the track.

The music clip is directed by Dave Free and Kendrick Lamar. The visual is an eye-catching one as we can see Lamar’s face morphing into some of the popular celebs, including O.J. Simpson, Kanye West, Jussie Smollett, Kobe Bryant, Will Smith, and Nipsey Hussle. Lamar aims to discuss a few socially relevant themes that have been associated with the celebs mentioned in the newly released music clip.

Watch The Clip Of The Brand New Track, The Heart Part 5.

The newest release has already taken social media by storm as fans cannot get over the music video. The artist further credited Deep Voodoo for doing impressive deepfake work as the artist pays homage to one of the biggest names in the industry in his way.  As the clip opens with the quote that is attributed to Oklahoma: “I am. All of us.” Take a look at the music video of The Heart Part 5.

Kendrick Lamar’s upcoming release, Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers, is going to be his fifth studio album. It comes after his Pulitzer Prize and Grammy-winning project DAMN, which was a massive success and went on to peak at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart back in 2017. Lamar’s forthcoming album is set to be released on May 13.

Kendrick Lamar
Kendrick Lamar

Lamar had earlier shared how his experiences would have influenced the project. As the artist explained how Love, loss, and grief had disturbed his comfort zone, the glimmers of God speak through his music and family. Kendrick Lamar has a lot going on for him as he is reportedly producing a new live-action comedy alongside the duo Trey Parker and Matt Stone.

Also Read: Kendrick Lamar’s New Album: Release Date & Expectations