TDE Scrapped Some Big-Name Features Off the Black Panther Soundtrack



In a new interview with Hits Daily Double, TDE producer Sounwave took us behind the scenes of the creation of Kendrick Lamar and TDE’s soundtrack Black Panther: The Album. Sounwave reveals the inspirations behind the project as well as the challenges they faced making it on a time crunch.

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45 thoughts on “TDE Scrapped Some Big-Name Features Off the Black Panther Soundtrack

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  2. Needed J. Cole, Royce, Nas, Talib, Common, Joyner Lucas, Rapsody, Lauren Hill, Mysonne……. Mysonne would have went in with the pro Black bars. "I beat mics, and fight for civil rights".

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