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    Why Kendrick Lamar And Black Panther Soundtrack Just Makes Sense

    Kendrick Lamar and Black Panther Go Hand and Hand

    Chadwick Boseman

    We all know and loved the original Black Panther movie and will dearly miss Chadwick Boseman. However, it’s time for round two–Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is set to release on November 11, 2022. There is no better artist than Kendrick Lamar to do the soundtrack. If one this for sure, teaming up with Kendrick Lamar will never disappoint. 

    Alright

    Moreover, the movie’s trailer is accompanied by Bob Marley’s “No Woman, No Cry” and a remixed rendition of Kendrick Lamar’s “Alright”. This song mash-up perfectly sets the upcoming movie’s mood. Furthermore, Ludwig Goransson Black Panther original soundtrack songs by Kendrick Lamar will be replicated in the new movie’s track. 

    Genius

    Black Panther album

    Kendrick Lamar, a musical genius, presents an untouchable hold on fans. His musical composition and lyrical genius make him the perfect artist to host the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever soundtrack. Moreover, the first Black Panther movie included five original tracks by Kendrick Lamar like “Black Panther” and “All The Stars” featuring SZA. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, will hopefully include a balanced mix of Kendrick Lamar songs. 

    Kendrick Lamar

    Furthermore, many Twitter users anticipated the trailer release in hopes of a Kendrick Lamar feature. Fans were eager to find out if Lamar would be a part of the second movie’s soundtrack. Suffice to say, everyone is in agreement with the collaboration. 

    Tweets in support of Kendrick Lamar Black Panther soundtrack support

    Additionally, one Twitter user wrote, “I think we can all collectively agree that the next greatest switch of all time in music is Bob Marley’s No Woman No Cry transitioning to Kendrick Lamar’s Alright in the Black Panther teaser.”

    Many people were impressed by the Black Panther:Wakanda Forever trailer and shared their anticipation for the film’s release. Moreover, Lamar’s previous album Black Panther highlighted his ability to overlap ideas in a unique way. Rolling Stone described the track “Black Panther” as: “The lyrics thrust listeners into comic book politics and palace intrigues; they also point, unmistakably, to age-old African diasporic dreams and 21st century politics. “King of my city, king of my country, king of my homeland,” Lamar intones”. Before the original Black Panther album, Lamar was unfamiliar with this mash-up of themes. Although, he delivered a perfectly mixed album encapsulating the film’s major tones and themes. 

    Resilience

    Kendrick Lamar receiving his Pulitzer Prize

    As a Black hip-hop artist, Kendrick Lamar represents resilience in his industry. Along with this, he represents the true significance of the Black Panther films to the Black community. Lamar is an important figure in Black history and remains a role model to many. Lamar’s ability to turn childhood trauma and bad experiences into positive ones makes him a true hero. His 2017 DAMN album won the Pulitzer Prize for music as the organization recognized his genius. The Pulitzer organization described the album as “A virtuosic song collection unified by its vernacular authenticity and rhythmic dynamism that offers affecting vignettes capturing the complexity of modern African-American life”.

    Moreover, this recognition was a huge achievement for Kendrick Lamar and the Black community. 

    It’s no surprise that an exceptionally good film requires an amazing soundtrack and Kendrick Lamar will deliver.

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