Jay Rock & Kendrick Lamar Go Off Again In Their Latest Collaboration (Audio)

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Kendrick Lamar & Top Dawg Will Produce Black Panther Soundtrack. Here’s The 1st Song.

Jay Rock and Kendrick Lamar have a decade of history together. When the Watts MC was the first artist out of the gate for Top Dawg Entertainment, it was his little homie from Compton that was often flanking him. In 2018, Kendrick is Hip-Hop’s biggest star of the 2010s, and he is right beside Rock on “King’s Dead,” the latest look from TDE’s upcoming Black Panther Soundtrack (February 9). Joined by Future, the song is lyrical spree. With the kind of menacing beat that is favored by TDE and Freebandz, all three artists dismiss life’s nuisances while messing up some commas. Halfway through the song, the beat breaks entirely for Kendrick’s closing verse. He waxes a different flow than Future Hendrix and the 90059 creator, respectively. The charging beat and confidence in the lyrics should be the perfect complement to Marvel’s record-setter in pre-sales.

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