Kendrick Lamar has premiered the visuals to the good kid, m.A.A.d City stand out hit, “B****, Don’t Kill My Vibe”.
In the video, Lamar is shown attending a funeral with friends that soon transitions into a celebration. Everyone is dressed in all white, with Lamar showcasing a few gold chains. A few cameos make their appearances into the video including comedian Mike Epps and Three Six Mafia rapper, Juicy J. In the extended version, Lamar shares a sneak peek at School Boy Q’s new track, which is yet to be titled. At the end of the video, the message “Death To Molly” pops up, which could have something to do with the street drug, Molly.
The west coast rapper recently acted as a Principal at a US high school for a day. He paid a visit to Mount Pleasant High School in Providence, Rhode Island as a reward for the school winning the Get Schooled National Attendance Challenge.
Kendrick Lamar is set to tour this summer in the UK to promote his debut album. He will play cities like Manchester, Birmingham, and Leeds before hitting up London’s Wireless festival on July 13. Other acts at the festival include Emeli Sande, Rita Ora, Miguel, DJ Fresh, and Calvin Harris.