WATCH: short film "God Is A Gangster" by Kendrick Lemar

The film doubles as a music-video from the artist's much-acclaimed album

For those not in the know, Kendrick Lamar's album To Pimp A Butterfly is probably one of (if not THE) best album of 2015.

Released back in March, the end of year accolades have been stacking up:

- Billboard: Best Album of the Year

- Complex: Best Album of the Year

- Consequence Of Sound: Best Album of the Year

- Entertainment Weekly: Best Album of the Year

- NME: Second Best Album of the Year (runner up to Art Angels by Grimes)

- Pitchfork: Best Album of the Year

- Rolling Stone: Best Album of the Year

- Slant Magazine: Best Album of the Year

- Spin: Best Album of the Year

- Stereogum: Second Best Album of the Year (runner up to Art Angels by Grimes)

- The Guardian: Best Album of the Year

- The New York Times: Best Album of the Year

- Time: Third Best Album of the Year (#1 went to Wildheart by Miguel, #2 to No Cities To Love by Sleater-Kinney)

- Vice: Best Album of the Year

So its clear that this is something to sit up and pay attention to, and when Lamar decided to end the year with a gripping short film that also acts as a music video to two tracks from the album, then it's definitely worth watching.

The clip covers both "u" and "For Sale?", and is particularly NSFW.