Rapper was suspended from a traffic light while filming his new video in Los Angeles
Kendrick Lamar has filmed a stunt heavy new video for his track ‘Alright’ in Los Angeles.
The rapper was filmed by fans during the making of the new video on Friday (May 29), with one fan capturing him performing the track suspended from a traffic light in the center of Los Angeles. Watch the clips below.
Kendrick Lamar, who released his latest album ‘To Pimp A Butterfly’ in March, appeared on US talk show The Ellen DeGeneres Show last week (May 27) to perform his track ‘These Walls’. He performed the album cut backed by a couple dancing and an artist painting the entire performance from side-stage. Watch the clip here.
Lamar also recently appeared in Taylor Swift’s video for ‘Bad Blood’, delivering a guest verse on the track.
Earlier this month, Lamar was honoured with the ‘Generational Icon’ award by the State of California and State Senator Isadore Hall III. Lamar gave a speech at a ceremonial event, discussing how he tries to give back to the community.
Meanwhile, Kendrick Lamar recently partnered with health food company Sweetgreen for a new salad called ‘Beets Don’t Kale My Vibe’.
The dish is being sold at the US salad chain’s stores throughout this month ahead of the rapper’s performance at their Sweetlife Festival, which takes place this weekend in Maryland from May 30-31. The salad contains beetroot and kale, with its name a pun on the title of Lamar’s track ‘Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe’. Sweetgreen have been selling T-shirts featuring the phrase since 2013.