There’s a lot going on in this visual.

First, Kendrick is seen relaxing in a palm tree, dressed in a fire-red puffer jacket eating corn on the cob. From there, Kung Fu Kenny trades in his puffer coat for a suit jacket and heads into an office where employees are frantically running about and celebrating the day’s wins.

Up next, Jay Rock is also standing in a palm tree where he delivers his verse over the bass-heavy beat. Grainy footage of the men’s antics are inserted in the visual as each rapper takes turns rapping from a skyscraper. The vibrant video goes dark and takes a turn for the worst when Kendrick attempts to collect money from a hidden figure and ends up getting into a scuffle with a man, whom he ends up shooting in an alley.

Jay Rock notched his first Billboard Hot 100 entry with “King’s Dead,” which was the second single released from Black Panther: The Album. 

peep the “King’s Dead” video below:


Directed by Dave Free (the little homies) & Jack Begert. Black Panther The Album AVAILABLE NOW: