Kendrick Lamar’s New Chanel Ad Turns Heads While Fans Await His Next Music Video.

Whenever Kendrick Lamar makes a rare public appearance, he’s often seen sporting Chanel. Having participated in several ads, partnerships, and style collaborations with the brand, it’s no surprise he’s featured in another campaign, casually posing in a black-and-white-striped outfit and a double-C beanie. While Kendrick, known as Mr. Morale, can wear whatever he likes, one Twitter user’s comment under the post highlighted a different issue: “Bro doing everything but dropping the music video,” referring to the eagerly awaited visuals for “Not Like Us.”

Despite the ongoing anticipation for the video, Kendrick’s West Coast-centric diss aimed at Drake remains a top contender commercially, culturally, and critically. Recent photos from the upcoming music video show Kendrick smashing an OVO piñata, standing with his TDE crew, and posing with his wife Whitney Alford and their two children. This last image grabbed fans’ attention, given Drake’s previous allegations against Whitney and Kendrick’s family. It appears Kendrick is letting these images serve as his powerful response.

In other news, the hip-hop community continues to debate the outcome of the Kendrick Lamar vs. Drake rivalry. LL Cool J recently weighed in during an interview with Hot 97’s TT Torrez, stating, “Kendrick won the battle. I mean, come on. That’s obvious. That’s a no-brainer. I like Drake. I love his music, he’s a cool dude. But Kendrick did his thing. It was great for hip-hop culture; both of their names will be etched in history because of it. Both are super talented, and they both did great. It ain’t like Drake completely and utterly played himself.”

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