This Is Not A Drill — Kendrick Lamar Hopped On Future’s Mask Off Remix!

Kendrick Lamar and Future

Kendrick Lamar makes everything better.

The 29-year-old HUMBLE. artist hopped on the remix for Future‘s Mask Off — and finally the song is about something other than listing a bunch of drugs!

Considering K-Dot brought out Ciara‘s ex at Coachella this year, this collab isn’t a huge surprise!

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On the song produced by Metro Boomin and debuted on Power 105’s The Breakfast Club, Kendrick raps about being successful while staying true to himself:

“How y’all let a conscious n**** go commercial/While only makin’ conscious albums?
How y’all let the braids on TV?/How y’all let the hood at the table?
How y’all don’t even know how to rate him?/N***** lookin’ like I’m a create-a-player
Everybody who didn’t pay respect/Gotta ├óΓé¼╦£fess up now and pay your debt”

Later, he makes references to Prince and TDE President Dave Free:

“I done fucked so much I’m retired (Swear to God)
I’m ├óΓé¼╦£bout to live my life through Dave Free (Swear to God)
She said she broke down when Prince died (It’s alright)
Bitch my hair down, Prince live through me (I am Prince)”

Take a listen to the improved track (below)!

[Image via WENN.]

May 23, 2017 2:13pm PDT

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