The music video for “Never Catch Me” by American hip-hop artist Kendrick Lamar and featuring R&B singer-songwriter, Flying Lotus is a powerful and poignant exploration of life, death, and mourning. Directed by Hiro Murai, the video begins with a scene at a funeral home where two children, a boy and a girl, lay lifeless in their caskets. Suddenly, the children rise from their caskets, bursting into a joyful dance that takes them through the funeral home, out into the street, and into a church where a gospel choir joins in the celebration. The video ends with the children returning to their caskets, once again lifeless. The video’s powerful imagery and moving choreography highlight the fleeting nature of life, and the way in which death can both unite and divide us.