Kendrick Lamar Brings L.A. Artists Together At 'Not Like Us' Video Shoot

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Some of the biggest artists in L.A. and a mob of loyal fans pulled up to Compton to be a part of Kendrick Lamar's "Not Like Us" video.

On Saturday, June 22, Kendrick Lamar was greeted by dozens of fans when he arrived in Compton to shoot his highly-anticipated music video. K. Dot took over spots like Tam's Burgers on the corner of Rosecrans and N. Central Ave., where he and Mustard snacked on burgers and ate fries while sitting on the hood of a Ferrari. Later on, he brought the crowd to the front of Compton City Hall where he danced to the popular Drake diss track.

Kendrick Lamar also shot some scenes in front of the King Memorial, which is a monument dedicated to the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. As some fans on social media pointed out, Lamar had a full-circle moment after he returned to the monument 15 years after he shot the video for his 2009 song "Compton State of Mind."

In addition to Mustard, Lamar's music video is expected to feature a slew of cameo appearances. Following their reunion at "The Pop Out," Black Hippy's own Jay Rock, ScHoolboy Q, Ab-Soul and TDE founder Anthony "Top" Griffith were spotted shooting a scene with Kendrick. Other L.A. natives like YG, Roddy Ricch, Big Hit, NBA star Demar Derozen also pulled up to the set. One of the most surprising guests of the day was podcaster Bobbi Althoff, who caused plenty of commotion when she arrived at the video shoot with rapper Jay Worthy.

There's no word on when the video will make its grand debut. Until then, check out more moments from the video shoot below.

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