The actor and Kendrick Lamar battle back and forth to the ferocious song "DNA", which appears on his latest studio album.
The limited release comes bundled alongside a DAMN. tee, a digital album and an autographed vinyl version. Dude contains it all, claims it all and doesn't have time for the single-minded platitudes people throw down upon him, heard in the album's second Fox News sample.
Not only can fans get their own personally autographed vinyls from Lamar, which will ship in July, but they'll also be able to order autographed CDs, as well as "Damn" T-shirts.
The David Bowie approved songstress, who seemed relaxed and was frequently conversational on-stage, then delivered the world-premiere of a new song called Homemade Dynamite, according to Pitchfork.
Looking very "Kung Fu Kenny" in an Eastern outfit, Kendrick tore through some older songs and invited several guests onstage, but the set was centred around the new LP.
Kendrick Lamar's victory lap continues. Brief snippets of a auto full of women blasting Lamar's 2015 song "Hood Politics" are spliced into the footage of Cheadle and Lamar.