image: screencapMarvel Studios Chadwick Boseman as T'Challa/Black Panther in "Black Panther"

Black Panther Grammys TV Spot Features its Anthem by Kendrick Lamar and SZA

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February is this week, which means that we are so close to the release of Black Panther. Marvel decided to whet our appetites for the upcoming film with a new TV spot, featuring the music of Grammy winner (though not in the category he really deserved, Album of the Year), Kendrick Lamar.

Both Lamar and SZA deserved more Grammy gold than they brought home, but now their track, “All the Stars”  is the the anthem for one of the year’s most highly-anticipated films, so that’s something at least. The song is prominently featured in the new TV spot, titled “Let’s Go,” that aired during the Grammys, and the spot also features a couple of new action scenes we haven’t seen before.

They’re tiny, but at this point, we’re so amped for Black Panther that any new snippet is like a sip of water in the desert. In this clip, we get to see even more shots of the women in T’Challa’s life being badass.

Raise your hand if you already have Black Panther tickets, and contributed to the film’s huge presale!

Black Panther arrives February 16th. 

(via /Film, image: screencap/Marvel Studios)

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