2.) bitch, don't kill my vibe
3.) backseat freestyle
4.) the art of peer pressure
5.) Money trees (ft. jay rock)
6.) poetic justice (ft. drake)
7.) good kid
8.) m.a.a.d city (ft mc eiht)
9.) swimming pools
10.) sing about me, im dying of thirst
11.) real (ft. anne wise)
12.) compton (ft. dr.dre)
13.) the recipe (ft. dr.dre)
14.) black boy fly
15.) now or never (ft. mary j blidge)
16.) collect calls
17.) swimming pools
Twizzy didn't put bonus track after any of them. Tracks 13-17 are bonus tracks. #9 Swimming Pools that is on the album is an extended version. #17 Swimming pools is a bonus track and it's the one we've all heard.
Im confused WTF is the deal with swimming pools twice??? I would guess its a part 2 or something but that isnt noted on the tracklist...and also despite the fact that I wasnt thrilled about it at first what happened to the already confirmed lady gaga collab??? I dont know what the deal is with this list but it seems like it could be legit other than those two things that stand out to me. Either way I have crazy high expectations for this album after what musically has been a very lackluster year in my personal opinion. I feel Kendrick the dopest thing out there right now amd unlike Slaughterhouse (on the top of my head cause its most recent example) who completely gobbled the mainstream cock with a big happy fuckimg smile on their faces, this Kendrick cd will be far and wide thw best thingyou hear this year..
and yes this post is me drunkin ranting deal with it
really anticipating this album. my expectations may be a bit high, but im hopeful Kendrick will pull it off. Just have to wait and see I guess
Very excited for this release, hoping I won't be let down. Although previous Kendrick releases some tracks were hit and miss for me, the tracks I do like by Kendrick, are absolutely amazing.
"bitch, don't kill my vibe" is the song that lady gaga will be on.
I'm beyond stoked for this album. I have a lot of faith in Kendrick and I really don't think he will disappoint. I think he and especially Dre recognize the potential he has to change the game. Kendrick Lamar is the truth, and the future of hip-hop.