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Kendrick Lamar releases 'Black Panther' Soundtrack

12 February 2018

Friday (Feb. 9), the A Tribe Called Quest rapper finally released the cut to the masses. It is not clear whether the artwork also appears in the movie, produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. Fans are lucky as the show is now available on demand here so you can play the song as many times you want.

Kendrick Lamar, Anthony Tiffith, and Disney declined to comment to The New York Times request for comment. And a story about the video on the website Okay Africa last week noted, "The work and influence of British-Liberian artist Lina Iris Viktor can be clearly spotted". "She needs me, uh, I need her, uh/Downtown, uh, me first, uh, me first, uh me first/She needs me, uh, I need her, uh", he spits. Viktor was prepared to consider participating, but ultimately found the financial and artistic terms unacceptable, which ended further discussions.

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After dropping on February 9th, Black Panther: The Album has surpassed the popular soundtrack of The Greatest Showman to become the number one album on the music service. Before collaborating in Pray For Me in the Black Panther album, Kendrick collaborated with XO gang leader in his 2017 Starboy album in their track Sidewalks. There's no word if he plans to officially release it in the near future.

Changing outfits at least 12 times and donning them better than its predecessor SZA has made a great attempt in stealing Kendrick's thunder in the music video.

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In an interview, Viktor said what matters to her most is the principle, not compensation. Most artists make a majority of their money while on tour.

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Kendrick Lamar releases 'Black Panther' Soundtrack