Black Panther's "King's Dead" Is Jay Rock's First Billboard Top Ten


“King’s Dead” f the Black Panther has now entered the top ten ‘s Streaming Songs Charts, second to none as a sign success. The soundtrack also boasts the SZA/Kendrick duet “All the Stars” which also places in the seven spot. Every passing day, the film and its many associations rewrite history in one sense the word. It feels as though mankind has a way causing an upset ever so ten, Jay Rock the unlikely hero this time around.

“King’s Dead” entered the charts at #19 back on February 24th, and reached a startling 22.5 Million in the week ending on March 15. This marks Jay Rock’s first appearance on the charts altogether as well his first top ten finish. James Blake makes his second appearance on the charts after taking part in Beyonce‘s Forward in May 2016. Obviously this is common ground for Kendrick and Future, they may as well set up a tent and boil some water, this is Jay Rock’s moment without question.

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