Kendrick Lamar Shoots ‘Not Like Us’ Music Video at Compton City Hall

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    Kendrick Lamar Films Music Video for “Not Like Us” in Compton City Hall

    Kendrick Lamar, the acclaimed rapper from Compton, was spotted filming a music video for his hit song “Not Like Us” outside of Compton City Hall. The video shoot drew a large crowd of locals who eagerly participated as extras in the production.

    In footage shared online, Kendrick can be seen dancing in front of a group of onlookers, showcasing his signature style and charisma. The shoot also included scenes at the Rosecrans location of Tam’s Burgers, a local culinary landmark, where Kendrick and producer Mustard were captured walking out of the restaurant.

    To ensure the safety of everyone involved, Kendrick and his team reportedly hired Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department deputies to provide security during the shoot. Despite recent tensions with fellow rapper Drake, law enforcement sources confirmed that there were no known threats against Kendrick at the time.

    The filming of “Not Like Us” comes on the heels of a successful week for Kendrick Lamar, who recently reunited with his Black Hippy crew for a special performance at his “Pop Out” concert. The concert featured appearances from ScHoolboy Q, Jay Rock, and Ab-Soul, delighting fans with a nostalgic throwback to their collaborative tracks.

    Fans can expect an exciting music video for “Not Like Us” based on the behind-the-scenes footage that has been shared online. Kendrick Lamar continues to captivate audiences with his innovative music and creative vision.