Before it hits theaters, Kendrick Lamar has unveiled new details behind the soundtrack for Marvel's hugely-anticipated superhero film "Black Panther."
As revealed earlier this month, the Grammy-winning rapper will curate the 14-song soundtrack with Top Dawg Entertainment label head Anthony "Top Dawg" Tiffith. According to the tracklist, K. Dot is featured on five tracks, including the recently released "King's Dead" with Jay Rock, James Blake and Future and "All the Stars" with SZA. He is also teamed up with Travis Scott on a song titled "Big Shot," plus The Weeknd on "Pray For Me." Other guest appearances include Black Hippy rhymers-in-crime ScHoolboy Q ("X"), Ab-Soul ("Bloody Waters"), plus Khalid and Rae Sremmurd's Swae Lee ("The Ways"), and more. The "Black Panther" soundtrack arrives February 9, just one week before the film hits theaters on February 16.
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