Kendrick Lamar's Portrait To Be Displayed At U.S. Capitol A portrait of rapper Kendrick Lamar is going to be on display at the U.S. Capitol. A student from Colorado won an art competition with her portrait of Lamar. It will be displayed for lawmakers to see.

Kendrick Lamar's Portrait To Be Displayed At U.S. Capitol

Kendrick Lamar's Portrait To Be Displayed At U.S. Capitol

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A portrait of rapper Kendrick Lamar is going to be on display at the U.S. Capitol. A student from Colorado won an art competition with her portrait of Lamar. It will be displayed for lawmakers to see.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. The rapper Kendrick Lamar wonders...

(SOUNDBITE OF SONG, "THESE WALLS")

KENDRICK LAMAR AND ANNA WISE: (Singing) If these walls could talk...

GREENE: ...If these walls could talk. Well, Kendrick, you might get your wish because you are going to be on a wall at the U.S. Capitol soon. A student from Colorado won an art competition with her portrait of Kendrick. The portrait will be displayed for lawmakers to see. And, Kendrick, I know one message you might send them.

(SOUNDBITE OF SONG, "HUMBLE")

KENDRICK LAMAR: (Rapping) Hold up. Hold up. Sit down. Be humble. Hold up. Sit down. Be humble.

GREENE: It's MORNING EDITION.

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