Kendrick Lamar Shares "Pay It Forward" Vlog

Posted by , Jan 11, 2016 at 08:50pm

Watch Kendrick Lamar "pay it forward" in his latest vlog episode.


Following last weeks’ premiere of “Untitled II,” Kendrick Lamar decides to come through tonight and share a short film/ vlog with us called “Pay It Forward.”

Teaching the youth some valuable lessons, the brief, 1-minute visual follows K Dot’s adventures during last year’s visit at the White House, where he was able to chop it up with the President himself Barack Obama. Watch as K Dot talks about "mentoring" the youth and providing guidance from the older brothers in this meaningful, Dave Meyers & The Little Homies-directed clip above. Check it out.

“I sat down with President Barack Obama and shared the same views, topics concerning the inner cities, the problem, the solutions, and further more embracing the youth, both being aware that mentoring saves lives,” he reveals. “Sometimes I reflect and think back, ‘Where would I be if I hadn’t had the presence of an older acquaintance telling me what’s right and what’s wrong?'”

Watch Kendrick Lamar "pay it forward" in his latest vlog episode.

Following last weeks’ premiere of “Untitled II,” Kendrick Lamar decides to come through tonight and share a short film/ vlog with us called “Pay It Forward.”

Teaching the youth some valuable lessons, the brief, 1-minute visual follows K Dot’s adventures during last year’s visit at the White House, where he was able to chop it up with the President himself Barack Obama. Watch as K Dot talks about "mentoring" the youth and providing guidance from the older brothers in this meaningful, Dave Meyers & The Little Homies-directed clip above. Check it out.

“I sat down with President Barack Obama and shared the same views, topics concerning the inner cities, the problem, the solutions, and further more embracing the youth, both being aware that mentoring saves lives,” he reveals. “Sometimes I reflect and think back, ‘Where would I be if I hadn’t had the presence of an older acquaintance telling me what’s right and what’s wrong?'”

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