With the release of DAMN, Kendrick Lamar is everywhere and so is the album’s signature track “HUMBLE.” The Mike Will Made It production became the number one song in the country and also the theme song for the NBA playoffs.
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It’s been a month since the song’s release, but there’s now a dance video to the track that’s gone viral. A trio of youngsters has put together an amazing routine that’s already racked up over 200,000 views on Instagram. Watch as Kida The Great, Savannah Burns, and Leileistar get down to the vicious track.
It was nice to see the kids dancing to the censored version of the song. The youngest is 9-years-old after all.
The moves at 0:07 – 0:15 of the video… 😯🔥
This video should be getting a lot more press. I’ve only seen XXL cover this video so far versus the Draymond Green “HUMBLE” parody video that was covered by Rolling Stone, Complex, Hypebeast, and USA Today.
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Has K-Dot seen the video? Would love to hear his thoughts on it. These kids are definitely pushing for it with all the mentions (@KendrickLamar) and hashtags (#HUMBLE #KENDRICKLAMAR).
Who Are They?
Kida The Great is a 15-year-old Sacramento dancer Leon Akida Burns. He’s no stranger to fame as he’s appeared on Ellen and The Queen Latifah Show. Most notably, Kida won season 13 of So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation and is followed on Instagram by nearly a million people. In the video, Kida is accompanied by 9-year-old Savannah Burns and 10-year-old Leileistar, collectively known as New Generation. Burns also appeared on ABC Family Dance Off New Generation.
We reached out to Kida’s representation for more information on the video and the kids. Here’s what we found out…
- Kida is also known as the “Swag King” and loves teaching others.
- He trains his little sister Savannah Burns and Leilei.
- Kida said he would make the video for “HUMBLE” after he amassed 900,000 followers on Instagram.
- They’re not sure if Kendrick has seen the video but they do know “everybody else in the world did.”
- The dance was taught in 30 minutes and the video shoot took 10 minutes. The quick turnaround was necessary since they had to be somewhere that day!