The film "Black Panther" may be centered around King T'Challa, but Kendrick Lamar's accompanying soundtrack is fighting for the spotlight. The full track list was revealed at the end of January with titles from Lamar, SZA, The Weeknd, ScHoolboy Q, Jorja Smith, and more.
With nearly all of the songs either using African instruments or having African language spoken throughout the song, it lets fans know Lamar took his time and took this project seriously, making sure each sound and lyric gave a clear emotion so the listener could feel transported into the world of Wakanda. The Dave Meyers directed video is not only gorgeous to behold but has the added bonus of featuring actual black panthers.
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Lamar, Top Dawg and Disney, which is putting out "Black Panther", have not yet responded to the allegations. And there's another strand of synergy between film and soundtrack at play here. Part of the album's success is due to the chemistry between these artists after years of collaboration.
However, similar images and themes to her series Constellations are seen in the video for Lamar's music video around the 2.59 mark. Ab-Soul, Anderson, Paak, and James Blake's "Bloody Waters", and more.
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A few photographers were allowed to take photos during Kendrick's time in North America. Cookie-cutter, commercial bangers these certainly aren't - and that's precisely why a track like "Pray For Me" falls flat, coming across as a cursory, radio-ready inclusion.
Have you listened to the Black Panther album? But that's precisely what makes it so brilliant. It's only been out for a matter of months, but for all it's gloss, the album's shelf life is already near to expiry. After taking over the world of rap music with a storm through his back to back success acclaimed albums (To Pimp A Butterfly and Damn) which fetched him multiple Grammy awards, Kendrick has emphatically stepped in the Black Panther soundtrack album. Longevity, after all, is the the truest test of great art.
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