Did You Catch These 5 Hidden Messages In Kendrick Lamar's 'I' Artwork?
What should you expect from Kendrick Lamar's upcoming single, "I"? Your guess is as good as ours, but we're gonna try anyway.
Kendrick Lamar dropped the artwork for his unreleased new song “I” today and fans the world over began buzzing, anxiously anticipating what the West Coast MC is preparing to unleash.
The image is cryptic: Two sets of Black, presumably male hands form heart shapes (or really bad Dynasty signs). One owner of the emo hands wears a red Dickies shirt and matching bandana, the other is clad entirely in navy blue. But what could the gangster-meets-artsy visual mean?
We'll find out on Tuesday (Sept 23), when the track—produced by Los Angeles-based musician Rahki—enters our earlobes for the first time. But until then, we're getting on our go-go-gadget flow to decrypt the artwork for clues about K Dot's latest. Here's what you should definitely, maybe, possibly, not necessarily expect from Kendrick Lamar's "I." —Juan Vidal