Kendrick Lamar accompanies Busta Rhymes on the brand new music “Look Over Your Shoulder”: Hear
Kendrick Lamar is back. Today (October 29th) Busta Rhymes released a new title entitled “Look Over Your Shoulder” in which Kendrick plays a prominent role in the first verse. The song also includes samples from Jackson 5’s “I’m Be There”. “Look Over Your Shoulder” appears on Busta Rhymes’ new album “Extinction Level Event 2: The Wrath of God”, which will be released on Friday October 30th. appears. Listen to “Look Over Your Shoulder” below.
In 2017, before Kendrick Lamar announced his last studio album, DAMN, he shared the single “The Heart Part 4”. Kendrick’s last single as main artist was Black Panther the Album in 2018. The soundtrack and its singles earned Kendrick seven Grammy nominations; he won one. It was also nominated for the Oscar 2019 for best original song for “All the Stars”.
In 2019, Kendrick Lamar starred in SiR’s “Hair Down”, Raphael Saadiq’s “Rearview”, the Lion King song “NILE”, Dreamville’s “Under the Sun” and 2 Chainz’s “Momma I Hit a Lick”.
Despite being a guest on other people’s songs, Kendrick didn’t attend the Grammys or Oscars during the 2019 awards season. In that year he founded a new “at service company” called pgLang with longtime employee Dave Free. He went along with quiet protests against the police killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and others; His song “Alright” saw a surge in streaming, partly due to its role in protests.
DAMN. – which received an alternate release with the track listing in reverse order – was Pitchfork’s # 1 album of 2017. Watch the episode of “Instant Classic” below. Read on the course “With Kendrick Lamar’s Pulitzer Win the world can finally catch up with rap”.
Busta Rhymes’ most recent full-length release in 2016 was The Return of the Dragon (The roundup went on vacation). He had teamed up with Q-Tip three years earlier for The Abstract And The Dragon.