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Kendrick Lamar has unveiled the music video of “Rich Spirit” off his fifth studio album Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers. Take a look below.

The video for the most-loved track on the album was shot by Calmatic and features K Dot in an empty home, wearing a red dress wearing cowboy boots. Soon after the Compton rapper starts showing the moves he’s been performing, which are similar to the moves he’s performing during this world-wide tour.

Fans then witness Kendrick alter his attire and speak to a disengaged telephone , before he goes on to dance and performing in the mirror in another sequence. The video of “Rich Spirit” is the third video that is part of the critically acclaimed project following it’s release “N95” and the short film “We Cry Together” with Taylour Paige.

Mr. Morale and Mr. Morale and The Big Steppers debuted at No. No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, opening with 295,000 equivalent units of album that included 35, 000 album sales and 258,000 units of streaming. The album gave K Dot his fourth No. 1 album and was also the initial Hip Hop album in 2022 to hit 1 billion stream on Spotify.

The video’s release is also a result of Kendrick received 8 Grammy nods to this album. He’s been recognized for nominations to win Album of the Year as well as Record of the Year and Song of the Year for “The Heart Part 5,” the best Rap Album Best Rap Song Best Rap Performance Best Music Video and the Best Melodic Rap Performance.

Kendrick Lamar, who is touring and will be finishing the final stop of the European tour this week. Also, he’ll be performing shows in Australia as well as New Zealand in December, with his brother Baby Keem joining him for the tour.

People who weren’t able to be able to attend the show can watch the concert via Amazon Prime Video, where the rapper made his way to at Paris, France, to perform at the Accor Arena. The concert was also an occasion to celebrate the 10th anniversary of his widely-praised album of the same name, good kid, m.A.A.d city.

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Kendrick’s sophomore effort debuted at No. 2 . on the Billboard 200, selling 242,000 copies within the first week. The RIAA confirmed the album as triple-Platinum and awarded Kendrick seven nominations for the 56th Annual Grammy Awards.