First discovered in his teens after releasing a mixtape under the name 'K-Dot', King Kendrick has collaborated with some of the sickest artists in the scene - including The Game, Snoop Dogg and A$AP Rocky to name just a few.
The release of untitled unmastered last month, a companion to To Pimp a Butterfly, is a high energy, politically charged eight track album. With a unique combo of jazz influences and old school funk, K describes his sound as 'human music'.
Now the face of Reebok, we’ve taken two of the rapper's biggest looks and recreated them with Footasylum gear, so you can look as sharp as the King of Compton next time you hit the streets.
Taking inspo from the ‘King Kunta’ video, from the album To Pimp a Butterfly, Kendrick looks seriously fly in his bomber and cap combo. A big comeback for 2016, Condemned Nation’s Caen bomber jacket brings military inspired style to the street.
Lightweight and versatile, match this up with the Sik Silk curved hem t-shirt, Only & Sons distressed tapered jeans, and finish off with a New Era 920 curved cap for classic hip hop look.
Known for keeping it cool, King Kendrick likes to kick back with a more casual vibe. Sporting the Condemned Nation Hale hooded top, this look is as smart as it is comfortable. Layer it up with a Sik Silk base layer long sleeve t-shirt and Asylum Lone Destroy ripped jeans.
Add a pair of crisp white Reebok classics for a look that will take your outfit game to the next level.