August 7, 2015
In his current war of words with Drake, Meek Mill actually acknowledged both J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar for being true lyricists who have expertly honed their craft. While the compliment was overlooked by many for a couple of obvious reasons, that does not detract from the recent visual works K. Dot has released in the days following his acclaimed sophomore album, To Pimp A Butterfly.
After partying through Compton (with Briana Bette) in “King Kunta” and literally floating through the Bay Area in “Alright” (you know, FOX News’ favorite song), Lamar delivers a new set of visuals for one of the most unlikeliest of tracks from the project, “For Free? (Interlude).” But unlike its predecessors, the video is a brief but ironically hilarious extension of the TPAB’s opener “Wesley’s Theory.” Scaring and chasing a curvaceous bombshell throughout the mansion, the video is nothing less than a comedy trip that could be mistaken for a sketch by Richard Pryor.