Still no concrete news about Kendrick Lamar's new album, but this should tide you over - he's just released a three-minute a capella homage to his hometown of Compton called "I Am," his first of many collaborations with Reebok. In a video directed by Anthony Mandler, Kendrick delivers "I Am" in various spots around the city, accompanied by students from Centennial High School, which he attended. "Kids that listen to my music are looking for inspiration. It’s important that I continue that message in anything I represent," he said. Check out the video below, then listen to TDE boss Terrence "Punch" Henderson's "25," which features a hook sung by Kendrick.
Kendrick Lamar, "I Am":
Punch, "25" ft. Kendrick Lamar: