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'Hip-hop is not the problem. Our reality is the problem of the situation,' the rapper responds to Rivera's comment that 'hip-hop has done more damage to young African Americans than racism.'
The rapper rides a car carried by cops and floats around the Los Angeles streets in the music video directed by Colin Tilley.
Also taking the stage at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday night, June 28 were Nicki Minaj, Meek Mill, The Weeknd, Alicia Keys, Big Sean and E-40.
The rappers were announced as the winners in Best Male Hip-Hop and Best Female Hip-Hop categories respectively.
K.Dot made a surprise appearance at Chance's free event at Chicago's Northerly Island on Wednesday, June 24 to perform his hits 'm.A.A.d City' and 'i'.
'Orange Is the New Black' actress Laverne Cox, meanwhile, joins Michael B. Jordan and Zendaya as a presenter.
Michael B. Jordan and Zendaya have also been announced as presenters for the annual awards show which this year will air on June 28 from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.
The fan, who happens to be a CEO of the company sponsoring the event Lamar was performing at, was immediately removed from the stage after failing to perform with the rapper.
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.
The rapper also had a chat with host Ellen DeGeneres about him being a positive icon and his collaboration with Taylor Swift during his appearance on Wednesday, May 27.
Jeremih sings the soulful hook while Dre and K. Dot rap their respective steamy bars on the song which was presumably recorded a few years ago.
K. Dot enlists director Colin Tilley for the new 'To Pimp a Butterfly' video which was shot late last week in Treasure Island near San Francisco.
The unreleased track was supposed to be featured in 'good kid, m.A.A.d city' but it was left out of the album due to creative differences.
Kendrick Lamar is introduced as Welvin Da Great and Karlie Kloss as Knockout in two brand new posters for the upcoming music video.
The new version has Yeezy and Alan Kingdom's bars from the original and a new verse by K.Dot.