The Weeknd & Kendrick Lamar - 'Pray for Me'


After weeks of anticipation, the project's full tracklisting and cover art went viral.

Top Dawg Entertainment's Kendrick Lamar and The Weeknd are raising the stakes for February 9 to arrive.

The third single from the Black Panther soundtrack, "Pray For Me" has Kendrick Lamar teamed up with the Weeknd for an 808's heavy banger tied to the Marvel film's upcoming release.

Only two tracks have been released from the soundtrack before its online debut February 9: "All the Stars", from Kendrick and SZA, and "King's Dead", a collaboration between Kendrick, Jay Rock, Future and James Blake.

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"Pray For Me" notably marks the second collaboration between The Weeknd and Lamar, following "Sidewalks" from the former's multi-platinum, chart-dominating 2016 opus, Starboy, released via XO/Republic Records. Both songs have been heavily used in promoting the film, so not seeing them on the list came as a surprise for fans.

Kendrick executive produced the album and he is featured on five tracks, including this one, "All the Stars" with SZA, and the title anthem "Black Panther".

Mozzy rhymes alongside South African artist Sjava and Carson-based on "Seasons", the 12th of 14 songs on the movie's soundtrack, according to a tweet by co-producer Kendrick Lamar.

Black Panther's soundtrack already has some big names when it comes to collaborators.