Kendrick Lamar is teaming up with award-winning director Kahlil Joseph to bring his critically-acclaimed good kid, m.A.A.d city album to the big screen.
The 14-minute clip based on K.Dot‘s platinum-selling 2012 release will debut at the first-annual Sundance NEXT FEST, a mini-film festival showcasing upcoming directors and rising artists, which will take place in L.A. next month.
FADER has this to say about the coming premiere:
“m.A.A.d stars a fresh-faced cast plucked from L.A. corners, and is described as “a kaleidoscope of storylines and ideas that defy typical categorization to explore new languages and new forms.” Kendrick and Joseph will be on site for a panel discussion, followed by a screening of Sundance winner Imperial Dreams and a performance from Tinashe.”
Tickets are available now.