Just in time for the 'Black Panther' premiere the audio to "King's Dead" now has visuals to match. Featuring Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, Future and James Blake, the upbeat track produced by Mike Will Made-It and Teddy Walton is now accompanied by cinematic visuals directed by Dave Free (the little homies) and Jack Begert. 


Opening with Lamar in a palm tree eating elote (rather unbothered) the scene then pans out, transitioning into a hectic office setting where Jay Rock and Future could be spotted. Capturing Wolf of Wall Street vibes, Lamar is seen answering calls with a tie around his head before another cut occurs. Juxtaposed shots continue as Jay Rock kills his verse in a neighborhood barbershop frame followed by camcorder snippets, confetti and, Future's "La di da di da" part which turns into a high-pitched sort of rap.

The video incorporates a simplistic yet, artful approach that makes TDE that much more of a force. Completely dominating music as we know it, they reign supreme with the visuals they continue to put out.  

Check out the video below.