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Kendrick Lamar’s “Not Like Us” Video Surpasses 40 Million Views, Continues Winning Streak



Kendrick Lamar’s latest triumph, the release of his highly anticipated “Not Like Us” music video, has proven to be a resounding success. Within its first week, the visually rich production has amassed an impressive 40 million views on YouTube, surpassing recent releases by other heavyweights in the industry. For instance, Drake’s “Family Matters” video, released in May, currently stands at 35 million views, highlighting the magnitude of Lamar’s achievement.

The overwhelming response to “Not Like Us” further solidifies Lamar’s position at the forefront of the music scene, particularly following his well-received lyrical exchanges with Drake. Anticipation had been building since footage emerged of Lamar filming in his hometown of Compton, and fans have lauded the video for delivering on those expectations.

In addition to his video’s success, Kendrick Lamar recently marked Juneteenth with a headline “Pop Out” concert at the Forum in LA, joined by notable guest performers. The event showcased live renditions of his acclaimed diss tracks, including “Euphoria” and multiple performances of “Not Like Us,” further cementing his influence and artistic prowess in the industry.

Meanwhile, Drake has maintained a lower profile lately, making occasional appearances at select events like Michael Rubin’s white party. Despite their public rivalry, reports indicate a diplomatic atmosphere as Drake avoided playing any tracks that could potentially escalate tensions. What are your thoughts on Kendrick Lamar’s latest achievement with “Not Like Us”? Share your views below!