Jay-Z, Nipsey Hussle Collab Joins Golden Globe-Nominated H.E.R. on ‘Judas and the Black Messiah: The Inspired Album’

“Fight For You” – H.E.R.
“On Your Mind” – Lil Durk
“I Declare War” – Nardo Wick
“Plead the .45th” – Smino & Saba
“Rich N**** Problems” – A$AP Rocky
“Respect My Mind” – DOM KENNEDY
Executive produced by Hit-Boy (who appears on the new album with “Broad Day”), director-writer Ryan Coogler, Interscope’s VP of A&R Dash Sherrod and RCA Records SVP of marketing Archie Davis, the “Inspired” package features the first-ever collaboration between the late Nipsey Hussle and today’s freshly-anointed Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nominee, Jay-Z, on the song, "What It Feels Like.”
In addition to Jay-Z, the Black Panther-themed, Fred Hampton biopic features a handful of legacy rappers such as Nas (with “EPMD”), Rakim (“Black Messiah”), and The Roots’ Black Thought (“Welcome to America”), as well as Lil Durk, G Herbo, Polo G and A$AP Rocky.
A week after guitarist-composer H.E.R.’s era-appropriate “Fight for You” was nominated for a 2021 Golden Globes Award for best song in a motion picture, the full track list for the soundtrack to "Judas and the Black Messiah" has been revealed. 12 via the Six Course Music Group together with RCA Records. “Judas and the Black Messiah: The Inspired Album” drops this Friday, Feb.
“Black Messiah” – Rakim” />
“EPMD” – Nas
“Somethin Ain’t Right”- Masego ft. JID and Rapsody
“Contagious” – SAFE & Kiana Ledé
“Revolutionary” – G Herbo ft. Bump J
4” – Chairman Fred Hampton Jr. “Cointelpro / Dec.
“Appraise” – White Dave
“Judas and the Black Messiah: The Inspired Album” track list:
“Last Man Standing” – Polo G
"No Profanity" – Pooh Shiesty
“Letter 2 U” – BJ The Chicago Kid
“Teach Me” – SiR
“Welcome to America” – Black Thought
“All Black” – G Herbo
“By the end of the '60s, not only was we Black, but Black was beautiful,” he said. 3 virtual press summit for the HBO Max film, Chuck D of Public Enemy said that the ideals of the Black Panther movement were integral to hip-hop — past and present — as well as the whole of Black culture. During a Feb.
“Broad Day” – Hit-Boy
4,” from Chairman Fred Hampton Jr., son of the Black Panther icon. 4, 1969, the same day Jay-Z was born), is the soundtrack’s inclusion of “Cointelpro / Dec. Of particular interest to historians dedicated to the story of Fred Hampton, the chairman of the Chicago’s Black Panther party chapter in the 1960s, who was assassinated during an FBO raid (on Dec.
“What It Feels Like” – Nipsey Hussle & Jay-Z

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