The newly released Black Panther: Wakanda Forever trailer is one of the top most viewed trailers in 24 hours so far. As the trailer received has made fans shed tears, the song, “No Woman No Cry”, has been a focal point of conversation over the past few days. The original track was by Bob Marley and The Wailers and later the song transitions to Kendrick Lamar’s Alright. Both the songs blend when Shuri shakes hands with Riri Williams through the footage.
What is the viral video about?
A recent video is surfacing on the internet that has gone viral. In the video on TikTok, a security guard is seen wiping his tears during a concert by Kendrick Lamar. The Grammy winner singer responded to the video and was happy that how music can “make them feel good make them feel like a moment they’re attached to.”
Kendrick Lamar’s comment on the video
While talking to Jazzys WorldTV, Kendrick Lamar talked about the positive effect his music has on his fans including the emotional security guard caught in a viral TikTok during his concert.
“It’s really just the impact to inspire people and always showing them that the duality of life is not such a bad thing. We go through so many volatile situations where we don’t really know how to connect or you know communicate how we feel so through my music. I want to make sure that’s the legacy showing people how to communicate and it’s okay you know if you’re not perfect you know it’s about accepting the beauty of imperfection.”
Kendrick Lamar’s song in the new Black Panther: Wakanda Forever teaser
Kendrick Lamar has been more in the news for his track being used in the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Trailer. Many nerds and geeks have also made various theories and decoding about how the two songs merging in the trailer could mean more enigmatic in the movie. With Ramonda’s speech about her family and legacy “have I not given everything,” the “No Woman, No Cry” lyric merges with “everything’s gonna be alright” and plays with Kendrick Lamar’s “we gon’ be alright“. Many have also shared their appreciation of the music and the powerful effect this has.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is set to release on Nov 11, 2022, worldwide.