Andre 3000 Was Supposed to Be on Kendrick Lamar’s ‘Good Kid, M.a.a.d City’ Album
With his dynamic musical ability, eccentric vocal ticks and technical wizardry, it isn't hard to see why Kendrick Lamar would sound amazing next to the legendary André 3000. Six or so years into his mainstream career, though, a K. Dot-3 Stacks collab has yet to materialize, even though it was supposed to have five years ago on K. Dot's epic debut album good kid, m.A.A.d city.
In a series of recent tweets, Top Dawg Entertainment President Punch revealed that he and the rest of TDE had planned on putting the OutKast member on the GKMC track, "Bitch Don't Kill My Vibe." It didn't happen, though, because André was filming the Jimi Hendrix biopic.
"I remember trying to get 3 Stacks on "don't kill my vibe". He couldn't catch the vibe lol. He was shooting the Jimi Hendrix movie...." Punch tweeted. A moment or so later, he revealed that he was pretty happy with the consolation prize—if you could ever call a JAY-Z verse such a thing.
"Can't help but to think what he would've sounded like on that joint," tweeted punch." Then jay did the remix so it worked out lol." Word.
Check out Punch's tweets about GKMC below. Check out the "Bitch Don't Kill My Vibe" video beneath the tweets.
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