If hip-hop fans were wondering if Kendrick Lamar and Sacramento rapper Mozzy had a collaboration in the works after K.Dot quoted Mozzy during his Grammys acceptance speech, we now have our answer. Earlier today, Lamar tweeted the highly anticipated tracklist for Black Panther, the reportedly groundbreaking Marvel film directed by Ryan Coogler.
Coogler, who also directed Fruitvale Station and Creed, is originally from Oakland, so it makes sense that Black Panther's soundtrack shows Northern California some love. In addition to "Seasons" by Mozzy (also featuring South African artists Sjava and Reason), it includes a new song by Vallejo upstarts SOBxRBE called "Paramedic!"
The rest of the soundtrack, curated by Lamar, features heavy-hitters like Future, Swae Lee, the Weeknd, Travis Scott, SZA, and James Blake. Ab-Soul and Jay Rock from Lamar's Top Dawg Entertainment also make appearances and notable newcomers like Jorja Smith, Zacari, and Khalid are on the soundtrack as well.