Black Panther has been smashing the box office since its release on Feb. 16th, with over $1.1 billion in box office sales worldwide at the time of this writing. This film captures so many different concepts that it was only fitting to have the soundtrack produced by hip-hop heavyweight group, TDE. The Black Panther Soundtrack taps into the talent of some of the best in the game today including Kendrick Lamar, Future, SZA and Travis Scott. Despite the creativity of the film, the soundtrack paints a picture in and of itself. From the heaving-hitting bass on “King's Dead” to the melodic notes from SZA on "All the Stars," this soundtrack captures the mood of every moment in the movie. Check out some tracks from the movie soundtrack below!
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So far, we're loving "Magnolia," by Playboi Carti and we think more artists should follow Tory Lanez's lead by doing their own covers to the song.
Be sure to listen to Piles' new song featuring Kodak Black. SB: FREE THE PROJECT BABY! Young M.A. also recently dropped her highly anticipated EP, Herstory. If you like the song "JOOTD," ft. Monica, take a listen to Young M.A.'s project.
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Mick Jenkins has been known for his lyricism and substance since his first mixtape, The Waters. However, he is often criticized for the lack of material he puts out. Mick Jenkins fans finally have something to look forward to. He recently announced that he is done with his next studio album (T)he (H)ealing (C)omponent via Instagram. With no specific release date, we can only sit and wait. Here's a new track from the emcee to help ease the pain. As usual he completely bodies it, with his clever use of metaphors and unique flow. Take a listen.