The instrumental version of Kaytranda’s sophomore project includes all the beats that once featured vocals, but does not include the songs that were already without vocals. That means fans can now bump the instrumental for bangers like “Culture,” “10%,” “Need It,” and more. Although the artists on these songs did their thing, there’s just something about an instrumental tape from a producer/DJ that hits differently. Enjoy the Bubba instrumental album and let us know what you think below!
“Yep! I’m starting my own after this album though. Any artist u think I need to sign? It’s time,” he announced. He didn’t share any other type of information regarding his forthcoming venture. Given how much he tries to give back to the city of Detroit, launching a label would likely be a solid move to put other talented artists from his city on, and establish his empire even further within his home turf.
During the Q&A, Big Sean also revealed that J. Cole was supposed to be on the album but unfortunately, they never got the chance to finish the collab. “Me n J. Cole was working on something but it didn’t get finished. That’s my bro tho for sure,” he said.
On Saturday (September 5), “Guilty Conscience” (a spin on Eminem and Dr. Dre’s legendary single), “Prayer,” and “Somebody” appeared online. Although the songs sound unfinished, they still showcase amazing talent and reflection. On the song “Prayer,” K.Dot spits about parentage and legacy. “The price of being iconic was demonic and screwed,” he spits “I stood on stage and had to watch my father on the news/Stress on the head of my spirit, I was lost and confused/I knew both sides of the story, but still I couldn’t choose/See, it was more than humiliation and being sued.”
It is unclear if these songs are older or if they will be included on the new Kendrick album.