Buried Alive Interlude

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  • Kendrick Lamar guests on this track. The Compton, California rapper has a lengthy resume regarding guest features, which include appearances on Tech N9ne's "I Love Music" and Game's "The City."
  • This song was co-produced by one of Drake's childhood friends, producer/engineer Noah "40" Shebib with Jamaican writer/producer Supa Dubs. Shebib told MTV News the story of the song: "I had given it to Drake at some point, because he had asked for it or wanted it. He just sent it to Kendrick at some point. I had no idea. A few days later, he was like, 'I got this Kendrick verse!' 'On what?' 'On the beat you did!' 'What beat?' When we listened to it, we loved it."
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