Kendrick Lamar – Count Me Out

Kendrick Lamar – Count Me Out

Kendrick Lamar “Count Me Out”
Directed by Dave Free & Kendrick Lamar

Production Company: pgLang / project3
Executive Producers: Kendrick Lamar, Dave Free
Producers: Jason Baum, Jamie Rabineau
Director of Photography: Adam Newport-Berra
Additional Photography: Christopher Ripley
1st AD: Kenneth Taylor
Production Designer: Eric Hersey
Wardrobe Stylist: Taylor McNeill
Additional Wardrobe Styling: Shannon Stokes
Choreographer: Charm La’Donna
Stunts: Chris Gann
Grooming: Jenn Hanching
Makeup: Emily Cheng
Hair Stylist: Nikki Nelms
Hair Stylist: Khristien “Khristn” Ray
Barber: Victor Arellano
Makeup Artist / Helen Mirren: Jo Strettell
Hair Stylist / Helen Mirren: Richard Collins
Wardrobe Stylist / Helen Mirren: Lee Harris
Colorist: Mikey Rossiter
VFX: Tryptyc
Sound Design: Brandon Loulias
Editor: Neal Farmer
Commissioner: Michelle An

Special Thanks:
Dame Helen Mirren
Jack Dorsey
Vivi Nevo

Thank you to our team at pgLang.

Kendrick Lamar “Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers” is available now:

#KendrickLamar #CountMeOut #MrMorale #TheBigSteppers

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28 Responses

  1. Zane says:

    Kendrick’s music videos never disappoint

  2. Ax says:

    This is the Kendrick album that makes me the most emotional. I have cried to Auntie Diaries and Mother I Sober many times. It’s very sad to see so many people writing the album off as simply “worse” than some of his previous projects. Thank you for Mr. Morale and The Big Steppers, Kendrick!

  3. Mesut says:

    Sometimes you’re feeling like even a Therapist can’t reach you anymore, but man, whenever I hear lyrics like those, I realize, that there’s always a voice wihtin you that you might reach and can trust – with enough self reflection as the needed bridge back to your self. My dawg Kendrick hits that reflection into our hearts!

  4. Diesel Clockwork says:

    Kendrick is so much more than just an artist, he’s a gifted storyteller. I love how he’s unlike most other rappers in the way that he’s willing to be vulnerable. It shows us fans how he’s human just like us. I feel a personal connection to Kdot because he’s one of my main inspirations for starting to make my own music for a much smaller audience. I know if I work hard and continue to learn, I can reach my dreams. I’ll forever be grateful for Kendricks influence ❤🔥🐐

  5. Bille says:

    Kendrick Lamar will never repeat himself with his album sound, he’s always evolving and that’s just impressive on it’s own, that’s why we always look forward to his albums.

  6. Curt Stewart says:

    This song always gets me… this year has been such a tough one and this song brings a tear to my eye. Stay strong out there guys!

  7. himalayazoutjekev says:

    Of all the difficult things I’ve experienced in my life, daring to open up to my feelings and emotions is definitely the hardest. Growing up is starting to show me what words like kindness, forgiveness, and self-love really mean, and I’m thankful for people like Kendrick showing the world that sharing your vulnerability isn’t something to be ashamed of. Sharing is caring 🙂

  8. GMB creates says:

    I like how his taking His time producing these cinematic masterpieces as music videos for each track off the album.

  9. Razan Ghadeer says:

    The cinematography of this music video is just so phenomenal and beautifully done

  10. Peter S. says:

    This album is so honest I love it
    been a fan for over 10 years It’s amazing to see him go through life and grow
    Go Kenny go

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