Kendrickdoes his own stunts—gliding through the air, hanging upside down, and perched on a street light high above L.A in "Allright" music video.
After opening the BET Awards with “Alright” on Sunday, June 28, the Compton based rapper Kendrick Lamar debuts the black-and-white video for the fan favourite track off his chart-topping album "To Pimp a Butterfly".
In the epic seven-minute clip, directed by Colin Tilley and The Little Homies, Kendrick stands up against apartheid and discrimination. He rides out with his TDE crew including ScHoolboy Q, Ab-Soul, and Jay Rock while debuting some new bars.
The video then switches gears, with Kendrick in a car doing donuts through a parking lot in San Francisco while dancers perform on top of a cop car.
Kendrick also does his own stunts—gliding through the air, hanging upside down, and perched on a street light high above L.A.
Enjoy the video below.