Kendrick Lamar – good kid, m.A.A.d city (The Samples)

Gianni Lee and Mike Blud, aka Babylon Cartel, first caught the attention of hip-hop enthusiasts with the release of their compiled collection of samples used to create the G.O.O.D. Music compilation album Cruel Summer, and now the duo return with another project where they’ve gathered samples used for Kendrick Lamar‘s debut album good kid, m.A.A.d city. Producers such as Just Blaze, Pharrell and Sounwave all contributed to the instrumentals used on the album, and samples ranged from familiars such as Janet Jackson’s “Anytime, Anyplace” for “Poetic Justice,” to 70s soulful tunes from Formula IV’s “What’s The World Coming To” for K. Dot’s song “Compton.” You can view the tracklist underneath, and to download the project for your personal libraries, you can do so by clicking here.

Kendrick Lamar – good kid, m.A.A.d city (The Samples) Tracklist

2.Dreamscape Interlude (Prod. Gianni Lee)
3. Boom Clap Chancelors: “Tiden Flyer” (“Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe”)
4. Suspekt: “Helt Alene” (“The Art of Peer Pressure”)
5. Beach House: “Silver Soul” (“Money Trees”)
6. Janet Jackson: “Anytime, Anyplace” (“Poetic Justice”)
7. Kanye West: “We Major” (“m.A.A.d city”)
8. Ohio Players” Funky Worm” (“m.A.A.d city”)
9. Grant Green: “Maybe Tomorrow” (“Sing About Me, Dying of Thirst”)
10. Formula IV: “Whats This World Coming To” (“Compton”)
11. Kool & The Gang: “Summer Madness” (“Compton”)
12. Twin Sister: “Meet The Frownies” (“The Recipe”)