Watch Justin Timberlake Cover Kendrick Lamar's "HUMBLE."

Did he do it justice?

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After Skrillex tried his hand at Kendrick Lamar’s smash hit, Justin Timberlake is now the latest musician to attempt a cover of “Humble.” As Timberlake was performing “Cry Me A River,” he managed to blend in the West Coast anthem and transform it into a melodic pop version. Judging from the audience’s reaction, it was a hit.

Listen and watch Justin Timberlake’s cover of “Humble” below and let us know how it compares to the original version.

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