Kendrick Lamar and Baby Keem team up for “The Hillbillies”

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Cousins unite on “The Hillbillies,” the new track from Kendrick Lamar and his cousin Baby Keem. Produced by EVILGIANE, the song features an interpolation from Drake‘s 2016 hit “Sticky” and a sample from “PDLIF” by Bon Iver. It’s also accompanied by a video, which finds Kendrick and Keem making their way around hotel lobbies, festivals, shopping malls and more. Tyler, The Creator even makes an appearance in the video, laughing with the cousins and flaunting jewelry, as well as a badge that seemingly confirmed the return of his LA festival. “Camp Flog Gnaw 2023,” the badge reads. The festival last played in 2019.

“The Hillbillies” marks the latest collab between Kendrick and Keem. They previously worked on Kendrick’s “Savior,” Keem’s “family ties” and more.

(Video contains uncensored profanity.)

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