With the film receiving rave reviews from critics, and the coinciding soundtrack due out this week, Kendrick Lamar and SZA have shared the official music video for "All The Stars" from the Black Panther album.

The aesthetic, directed by Dave Meyers, Kendrick, and Dave Free, stars K. Dot and SZA, acting as the followup to last week's release of Black Panther cut "Pray For Me" by Lamar and The Weeknd. We've also previously received "King's Dead" by Kendrick, Future, and Jay Rock.

The remainder of the Black Panther tracklist is undeniably star-studded as well, noting features from the likes of ScHoolboy Q, 2 Chainz, Swae Lee, Vince Staples, James Blake, Travis Scott, and many more.

The soundtrack for Black Panther arrives Friday, February 9, one week before the much-anticipated film lands in theaters.

In related news, the 'Black Panther' global premiere red carpet was basically a fashion show.

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