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Kendrick Lamar Confirmed For Appearance On ‘Creed II’ Soundtrack

Kendrick Lamar Confirmed For Appearance On ‘Creed II’ Soundtrack

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Kendrick Lamar is keeping the same Black Panther energy he put into the film’s soundtrack and keeping it strong for the upcoming Creed II soundtrack.

As the executive producer for Black Panther: The Soundtrack and making appearances on multiple tracks for the project, K. Dot put himself on the map with the TDE camp for curating a successful full-length film soundtrack. The Compton native has now been tapped to lend his pen and expertise for the Creed sequel’s album, which is being lead by super producer Mike Will Made-It. With a number of artists having already been announced for making appearances on the album, including confirmed Rick Ross, Kodak Black, Lil Wayne, and more, Kung Fu Kenny will officially be apart of the project.

Mike Will Made-It and Lamar were recently photo’d in the studio where the beatmaker asked his Instagram followers who should join Kendrick as a feature on the collab. It didn’t take Nicki Minaj’s fans any time to chime in on the post and let the “Rake It Up” producer know that he should try recruiting the Queen Barb for the guest spot.
Mike is already dubbing the soundtrack the “collaborative project of year” posting in his caption:

WHO SHOULD BE ON THE SONG WITH KENDRICK THO? IM EXCTED FOR YALL TO HEAR WHAT WE CAN SAFELY CALL THE(!!) COLLABORATIVE PROJECT OF THE YEAR, OR MAYBE OF OUR GENERATION..

Creed II: OST hits theaters November 21st and the album is expected to drop later this month.