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Kendrick Lamar Unveils ‘Black Panther The Album’ Track List

With attention on the Black Panther movie set to premiere on Feb 16. Kendrick Lamar unveils ‘Black Panther The Album’ Track List.

As If the anticipation for the trip to Wakanda on the big screen couldn’t come early enough, the Black Panther’s movies tickets have topped Marvel’s all-time record for first-day advance ticket sales.

Furthermore, Black Panther is projecting to beat out any superhero movie in history.

Sales are aiming to be $150 million opening weekend.

With all things considered,  we are defiantly going to get ‘Black Panther The Album’ before the movie.

Equally important is that, Kendrick Lamar alongside Top Dawg Entertainment label CEO Anthony “Top Dawg” Taffith Co-produced the album.

This comes In light of Kendrick Lamar’s five wins at the  60th annual Grammys. Not many days after the Grammys Kendrick Lamar tweeted the album cover with the tracklist of 14 songs.

Not only will we hear more Kendrick,  but also the album features artist like Future, Jorja Smith, Ab-soul, 2 Chainz, The Weekend, and SZA.

The album’s single “All The Stars’” Featuring SZA has been a fan favorite, Debuting in Top 10 at Spot #8 According to Hiphopdx.com

The Newest Music Video from the Black Panther Album “All The Stars” By Kendrick Lamar ft. SZA listen below:

Black Panther is proving to be record-breaking, and you don’t want to miss being a part it. The Album will be available on all digital platforms and in-stores 2/9.

 

 

 

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Jonathan Damon

Jonathan Damon moved to Fullerton, California from Seaside, California. Jonathan earned his associate's degree in communications at Monterey Peninsula College. Also, his experience with music, modeling, and background acting have only added to his goal of diversifying media in front and behind the camera. He loves networking, eating, and nightlife, furthermore on his downtime he enjoys watching T.V. and keeping up with the latest music and pop culture. He is currently working on his bachelor’s in communications with an emphasis on broadcast journalism at California State University, Fullerton.

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