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The lyrics of “My left stroke just go” Viral from Kendrick Lamar explained the meaning

techroki.com – As speculation over Kendrick Lamar’s possible impending collection reaches another level, fans have been revisiting some of his more seasoned work.

Many fans have returned to the rapper’s fourth studio collection and his Grammy winning track HUMBLE. what’s more have taken to the web to discuss the importance of some of the lyrics.

What does “My left stroke just went viral” mean

In March 2017, Kendrick Lamar released the song “HUMBLE.” as the lead single from his fourth studio album, Damn.

One of the lyrics in the song has confused fans for year and we are here to share some theories concerning what it could mean. The verse is “my left stroke just turned into a web sensation,” and is trailed by the accompanying lyrics:

My left stroke just turned into a web sensation
Right stroke put lil’ child in a spiral
Soprano C, we like to keep it on a high note
It’s levels to it, you and I know

B**ch, be humble (hol’ up, b**ch)
Sit down (hol’ up, lil’, hol’ up, lil’ b**ch)
Be humble (hol’ up, b**ch)
Sit down (hol’ up, sit down, lil’, sit down, lil’ b**ch)

Fans share “My left stroke just went viral” theories

Fans have taken to various sites to share their theories and one Quora user composed a post clarifying:

“From my understanding, the right and left “strokes” are two supposed diss tracks focused on Big Sean, the right stroke being “The Heart Part IV” released seven days before the subsequent left stroke which was the song HUMBLE.”

Someone else discussed the phrase on Urban Dictionary, writing that the verse is “something Kendrick Lamar made up that main he knows the significance of and every other person just accepts and chants… it’s a slam at Big Sean’s failed diss track supposedly.”

Fans speculate over potential Kendrick Lamar album drop

On October 21st Kendrick Lamar changed his profile picture on Spotify interestingly since 2017, provoking fans to speculate over the status of his next collection.

This summer, Lamar declared his last collection for long-lasting mark Top Dawg Entertainment in a letter to his fans. Then, Lamar registered new songs with the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, further fuelling rumors.

Twitter page XXL Magazine shared a tweet clarifying the situation which read: “Rumors of Kendrick Lamar’s new collection dropping tomorrow have started coursing Multiple new song snippets have spilled throughout the last 24 hours and K-Dot’s Spotify profile photograph was refreshed (it has since changed back.)”

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