Kendrick Lamar Joins Smooth Bass Individual Thundercat for “Walk on By”

Kendrick Lamar Joins Smooth Bass Individual Thundercat for “Walk on By”,

Thundercat, High Bassmaster of Los Angeles and deeply funky individual, has a new album coming out on Friday. Drunk will be his fourth studio LP, the follow-up to 2015’s The Beyond / Where the Giants Roam. And if already-released singles “Show You The Way” and “Friend Zone” are anything to go by, it’s going to be smoother than treacle spilling onto a bowling line to the sound of the Grammy Award-winning song “Smooth” by Carlos Santana featuring Rob Thomas of Matchbox 20.

This morning, another track slunk out from Drunk. “Walk on By” is a quietly jittery neo-soul jam that kicks back and considers solo drinking for 90 seconds before Kendrick Lamar jumps in and puts down a verse that’s mellow in delivery but inevitably fearsome in its poetry. They’re building off of the chemistry they laid down on To Pimp a Butterfly which is obviously difficult to resist.

Listen to the track below.

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