"God Is Gansta" is actually a Kendrick Lamar twofer: There's "U" where the rapper descends into madness and alcohol, and then there's "For Sale?" where he gets baptised in a sea of women at David Lynch's Paris club, Le Silencio.
What if the walls of that seedy party motel could talk and answer whether the jail cell tall tale was actually true? That's the essential premise of "These Walls," in which we explore the night in question like it was a comedic Rashomon set in the world of the Ernie Barnes Sugar Shack painting. The truth never totally unravels — especially the KDot x Terry Crews dance interlude — but perhaps the promised sequel will hold the key to it all.
PS: This video is a tale told by adults for adults. Nudity and cursing are involved. Sorry.
Kendrick Lamar keeps troubles at bay during a long walk through the city thanks to good music, good vibes and a message of self-worth and love. Plus, it doesn't hurt that Ron "Mr Biggs" Isley is there to bless this revamp of his Isley Brothers classic "That Lady" (which you probably remember from many other usages).