Kendrick Lamar continues to raise the bar with every set of visuals that’s dropped to coincide with tracks off of his recent To Pimp A Butterfly. Each video has a story of its own, some playful – like “i” and “King Kunta” – and others a bit more serious and thought-provoking (see “Alright”).

But the Top Dawg Entertainment emcee may have outdone himself with his newest music video for “These Walls,” released earlier today just a day after his “Kunta’s Groove Sessions” tour kicked off in Atlanta. Branded as “Behind the Walls: A Black Comedy,” Kendrick’s Anna Wise, Thundercat, and Bilal-assisted, old school sounding cut plays soundtrack to a mini motion picture, with Corey Holcomb and Terry Crews making cameos and Lamar once again tapping Colin Tilley for director duties.

The story behind “These Walls” is told from Corey’s point of view, as he recounts getting arrested as a result of attending a party Kendrick and his friends threw after taking over a hotel. Plenty of eye candy is present and Kendrick sure knows how to throw a house party, but it’s the hilarity of “These Walls” that’ll be remembered most of all. Whether it’s K. Dot getting blown through the wall after being broken off by a woman, for example, or he and Terry Crews crashing a hood “talent show” to hit The Quan together, you’ll definitely find yourself chuckling out loud.

“These Walls” appears on Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly sophomore album, available now on iTunes.