With the first volume of his Culture Jam series released in October, NBA star Kawhi Leonard made his first foray into the music industry. Seven songs were included in that project. In addition, contributions from Stefflon Don, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Wale, Rod Wave, Gunna, Polo G, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Lil Uzi Vert, as well as others.
It is believed that Leonard and his team are currently working on a sequel to the compilation mentioned above. In order to prepare fans for the release, a new single was released today (Aug. 12) called “OK,” performed by French singer Bramsito and Dutch rapper Frenna. With production from Zola, Eesean Bolden, Vano, and Bramsito himself, the drill-like number features jubilant, boastful vocals from the European stars:
Designed by Rook, the infectious cut is accompanied by an eye-catching visual that transports viewers to a colorful playground and court near Paris’ Eiffel Tower. They are joined by a large crowd, with many of them dancing along and playing basketball with Bramsito and Frenna. Viewers will also be able to see a youth dance group in Uganda, Kampala, known as Triplet Ghetto Kids, most famous for their appearance on French Montana and Swae Lee‘s smash hit “Unforgettable.”
Additionally, Leonard’s growing movement has revealed that it will provide a donation to the Inspire Ghetto Kids Foundation, in order “to contribute to the building of a community center that will provide support to the children” in Kampala’s Kalaani zone.