In what might be the first ever music video for an album interlude, Kendrick Lamar has unveiled the visuals for his single “For Free?.”

The rapper has already released three videos to go with tracks from his critically acclaimed To Pimp A Butterfly album, and fans are bracing themselves for many more videos in the coming months.

If the latest reports are anything to go by it looks like he’s well on his way to pulling a Beyoncé; who dropped an unprecedented 17 music videos to accompany every track (and then some…) from her self-titled album that surprised fans last year.

In a departure from his past videos, which matched the rather serious underlying message of his latest work, “For Free?” takes a more playful tone that has undoubtedly elevated the rapper to new visually creative heights.

An appearance from saxophonist Kamasi Washington, a ‘deranged’ K-Dot chasing a gold-digger around a palatial estate, and an appearance from Uncle Sam make this video one you won’t want to miss.

Watch the “For Free?” music video below: