For the Kendrick Lamar fans that weren't easily impressed with his new self-love anthem, 'i,' a track arrives to appease those searching for the rapper they know from his debut album, 'good kid, m.A.A.d city.'

A snippet of 'I'm Da Man' finds the West Coast MC taking aim at his enemies, all over a bass-heavy beat that will surely rattle speakers.

"My pockets fat, if not they gettin' there / And V.I.P. n---- you're never gettin' there / See I hear part of your conversation with dollar signs / You're either talkin' money or just remained a mime," Lamar rhymes on the knocking track.

The effort is in stark contrast to the happy-go-lucky sounds of 'i,' which samples the Isley Brothers' '70s classic 'That Lady.'

'I'm Da Man,' coming in at just under one minute, could likely appear on Lamar's sophomore effort or be a product of the cutting room floor. Only time will tell. Experience K.Dot get down to business below.

Listen to a Snippet of Kendrick Lamar's 'I'm Da Man'