Pimp a Butterfly, seemingly out of nowhere. As we stated in our
review, “To Pimp a Butterfly is the avant-garde insanity that
naturally results when such a fiercely eloquent introvert, animated by
wrath, gets his hands on Olde English 800 and three saxophones.”
With features from Bilal, Rapsody, George Clinton, Snoop Dogg and
more, and production from Flying Lotus, Sounwave, Rahki, and Pharrell,to name a few, To Pimp a Butterfly is stacked with some of the most interesting collaborators in the game. We broke all of that down, and more, in the video above to dissect everyone who Lamar worked closely with for his latest project.
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Everyone Who Kendrick Lamar Worked With on “To Pimp a Butterfly” from Complex News http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GH1k94Zsbvw