No rap and bullsh-t right here. Kendrick Lamar tags a verse onto Solange’ “Looks Good With Trouble,” originally from her True EP.
The laid back, atmospheric groove (produced by Dev Hynes) meshes well with the younger of the Knowles sisters’ whispery vocals while the “Poetic Justice” rapper stays on topic, dropping his trademark introspective lyrics.
This makes a busy couple of days for Lamar on the Internets. Yesterday he dropped the video (actually two versions) of “B-tch, Don’t Kill My Vibe” from his debut good kid, M.A.A.D. city album.
Listen to “Looks Good With Trouble” below. If you’re digging the vibe, you can cop it off iTunes right here. Expect a new project from Solange sometime this year.
Let us know what you think of this song in the comments.
[Spotted at HipHopNMore]
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