Again in October, NBA star Kawhi Leonard made his first official entry into the music enterprise with the first volume of his Tradition Jam collection. That mission contained seven songs and a wealth of contributions from Rod Wave, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Gunna, Polo G, Lil Uzi Vert, Wale, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Stefflon Don, and extra.
At the moment, Leonard and his crew are mentioned to be engaged on the official sequel to the aforementioned compilation. To get followers prepared, at present (Aug. 12) sees the arrival of a brand new single titled “OK,” which options French singer Bramsito and Dutch rapper Frenna. Produced by Vano, Eesean Bolden, Zola, and Bramsito himself, the drill-esque quantity is filled with jubilant, boastful traces from the European stars:
“Elle voulait prendre l’avion, je l’ai prise dans le Viano, pas d’bonjour, ni d’obrigado mais qu’est-ce qu’elle est horrible la go Neymar ou Cristiano? Ferrari ou Murciélago? La pe-sa vient de Milano, la mélo’ vient de Chicago, nouvelle berline, vitesse, Sterling, Rolex, pop star…”
Accompanying the infectious minimize is an identical visible courtesy of Rook, bringing viewers to the colourful Bir-Hakeim playground and courtroom close to Paris‘ Eiffel Tower. There, Bramsito and Frenna are joined by a big crowd, all of whom combine between breaking out dance strikes and participating in a recreation of basketball. Issues then swap to Kampala, Uganda, the place viewers can watch the youth dance collective Triplet Ghetto Youngsters — lots of these watching would possibly keep in mind them from French Montana and Swae Lee‘s supernova “Unforgettable.”
Take a look at all the motion in Culture Jam‘s “OK” clip under. In associated information, it’s been revealed through press launch that Leonard‘s rising motion can be donating to the Encourage Ghetto Youngsters Basis, with the intention “to assist construct a group middle that may assist the kids” in Kampala’s Kalaani zone. You may learn extra on that initiative here.