Kendrick Lamar Continues Shooting 'Alright' Music Video in Los Angeles
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In some photos and videos taken by fans near the filming set, the rapper is seen suspended while standing atop a traffic light pole at the corner of Fig and 11th.

AceShowbiz - Last week, %cKendrick Lamar% visited Treasure Island to film a music video for his "To Pimp a Butterfly" track "Alright". The Compton native was then spotted taking over a Los Angeles street on Thursday, May 28 to shoot more scenes.

In some photos and videos taken and shared on social media by fans near the filming set, the rapper is once again seen hanging from wires, this time over the Los Angeles traffic. He stands on the top of a traffic light pole at the corner of Fig & 11th.

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"Alright" will be the third "TPAB" song to receive a music video treatment, following "King Kunta" and the Grammy-winning "i". During the shoot in Treasure Island a few days ago, Lamar was joined by around 100 extras including local rappers Los Rakas and Ezale.

A day before he continued filming his upcoming video, the 27-year-old spitter stopped by "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" to perform "These Walls", another cut off his latest chart-topping album. He also talked about being a positive icon and how he got to collaborate with %cTaylor Swift% on "Bad Blood" during a chat with host %cEllen DeGeneres%.

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