After premiering his new track, "Untitled II," on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last week, Kendrick Lamar is back in a new video geared towards the youth. "Pay it Forward" is the latest clip from the rapper created as part of the Pay It Forward program, which focuses on mentoring inner-city teens in order to help save lives.

The clip sees Lamar take to the courts to shoot hoops with a youngster (akin to his "Hard Work" video), while we also catch a glimpse of photos from the rapper's discussion with President Barack Obama on their similar views. In the clip above, Lamar reveals the following:

"I look at where I'm at today and realize that most of my success is owed to the mentors that was in my life. I sat down with President Barack Obama and shared the same views. Topics concerning the inner cities, the problems, the solutions, and furthermore embracing the youth, both being aware that mentoring saves lives."

After you take a look at the "Pay it Forward" clip above, be sure to check out Lamar's "Hard Work" video below.

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