Kendrick Lamar has a mean jig. Take a look at the West Coast MC's visual for his self-love anthem 'i' to witness him go to work with some slick dance moves.

The video, directed by Alexandre Moors and the Little Homies, finds Lamar getting busy with what we like to call the elbow dance as he takes a tour of a neighborhood, witnessing people experiencing serious struggles. From run-ins with the cops to attempting suicide to domestic violence, the rapper delivers his rhymes as a reminder for those around him to find inner peace and love.

He even meets up with Ron Isley, who serves as his driver while he hangs out of a car window spitting out his lyrics. The Isley Brothers' frontman's song 'That Lady' is sampled in 'i,' which will appear on the TDE signee's forthcoming sophomore LP.

Lamar is working with the likes of Dr. Dre and Pharrell and TDE producers Sounwave, Thundercat, Rahki and Tae Beast on the follow-up to 2012's 'good kid, m.A.A.d city.'

Watch the 27-year-old lyricist make his promise above.

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