After years of anticipation, Kendrick Lamar has released his latest album Mr. Morale and the Big Steppers. Along with the rappers'' return, fans got to check out a slew of features across the 18-song record, including some new names that Lamar has worked with before, and plenty of new voices coming up alongside him for the first time.
On the majority of the album, Lamar completes the vocal duties alone, but each track also includes the combined effort of many industry professionals. Here''s a look at the well-known musicians who contributed to Mr. Morale and the Big Steppers songs.
With Kendrick Lamar, many musicians collaborate on Mr. Morale and the Big Steppers. Some of these talented musicians appear often on the album, while others wait for a single appearance.
The recurring achievements of Baby Keem as well as vocal performances of Ghostface Killah, Kodak Black, Portisheads Beth Gibbons, and Summer Walker are among the highlights.
Alongside these vocal performances, notable instrumentalists and producers worked on the record. These include the production efforts of Pharell on Mr. Morale and The Alchemist on We Cry Together, along with a lot more.
On Discogs.com, you may see all of the creative credits for each track, but here''s a look at all of the credited performers who have been associated with each track. Kendricks'' latest record: