Kendrick Lamar ‘Good Kid, m.A.A.d. City’ Tracklist Released

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With Kendrick Lamar’s highly anticipated major label debut Good Kid, m.A.A.d. City quickly approaching its release date, an official tracklisting has surfaced. The album will have features from Dr. Dre, Drake, Mary J. Blige, MC Eiht, and Jay Rock. Check out the list below for both regular and deluxe versions. —Jaeki Cho (@JaekiCho)

Kendrick Lamar’s good Kid m.A.A.d City Tracklisting:

1. “Sherane A.K.A Master Splinter’s Daughter”
2. “Bi**h, Don’t Kill My Vibe”
3. “Backseat Freestyle”
4. “The Art Of Peer Pressure”
5. “Money Trees” (Feat. Jay Rock)
6. “Poetic Justice” (Feat. Drake)
7. “good kid”
8. “m.A.A.d City” (Feat. MC Eiht)
9. “Swimming Pools (Drank)” (Extended)
10. “Sing About Me I’m Dying Of Thirst”
11. “Real” (Feat. Anna Wise Of Sonnymoon)
12. “Compton” (Feat. Dr. Dre)

Deluxe Edition:

13. “The Recipe” (Feat. Dr. Dre)
14. “Black Boy Fly”
15. “Now Or Never” (Feat. Mary J. Blige)
16. “Collect Calls”
17. “Swimming Pools (Drank)”

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    how the fuck he not gonna have q or ab-soul on this joint but put drake ass on it?

    • TDEweallweGot

      Fam I was thinking the same thing, but he do got Jay Rock out of all people lol

  • grim

    production credits anyone?

  • Idlehandz


  • @_yungoldi

    he shoulda had a joint with Q and Ab.

  • mike turley

    looks like this could be a classic, dre like album !!

  • Shawty J

    No Soul of Q? WTF?

  • machiavelli23

    i thought soul and q were on the track dying of thirst

  • Cigar

    after art of peer pressure ,,,i mean if kendrick film the right video with thought that video can be watched like a little movie because of the story and the concept of this record.That could be like one of the biggest tunes in West.Ennio moricone and jean michel basquait in one person.Great performer!

  • J_Sleazy

    I listened to this shit the other day, it isn’t worth it.
    It’s a trash album, No Q, what the fuck.
    Don’t even bother..

  • Darryl Hart

    I was kinda upset at first when I didn’t see Q or Soul on any of the tracks but I could understand why afterwards. While those 2 do contribute background vocals for skits and such I think Kendrick wanted to make sure this came off as his album and not a “Black Hippy” album. If you notice Section 80 had Q and Soul but no Rock. Maybe that was just his way of balancing it. And I knew Drake was gonna be featured after Kendrick did the Buried Alive interlude for Take Care. Album is still solid and tells his story just as he wanted.