Kendrick Lamar and Cozz team up for new track 'Hustla’s Story'
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Does Kendrick Lamar sleep? Fresh off releasing the highly anticipated and seemingly labor-intensive “Black Panther” soundtrack, Kendrick Lamar is already back on another project. We’re starting to think Kung Fu Kenny might be a superhero himself. 

As Pitchfork reported, Kendrick recently hopped on a new song from Los Angeles rapper Cozz called “Hustla’s Story.” The track has an old-school West Coast feel and features two verses from Cozz and some interesting bars from Kendrick. You can listen to “Hustla’s Story” below.

“Hustla’s Story” is off of Cozz’s new album, Effected, which dropped on Feb. 13 via Dreamville Records. The album also features guest appearances by Curren$y and Dreamville co-founder J. Cole. Dreamville also shared a mini-documentary on Cozz’s new record. You can watch it above. 

As mentioned above, Kendrick Lamar and Top Dawg Entertainment CEO Anthony Tiffith recently curated and released the soundtrack to “Black Panther,” which featured tracks from Kendrick as well as Vince Staples, SZA, The Weeknd and James Blake. The Compton rapper also took home four Grammys at the 2018 awards.

Kendrick Lamar will perform for NBA All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles on Feb. 16. You can find ticketing info on AXS here.