On Friday (Nov. 11th), N.E.R.D. debuted the latest track from their upcoming album, No_One Ever Really Dies, “Rollinem 7’s”, on Apple Music Beat’s 1 Radio show and the track features not just one, but two verses from Andre 3000.
The OutKast emcee decided to drop two bombs on the track, showcasing the stern reality of the maintenance of his stellar wordplay. With inflamed production by Pharrell, “Rollinem 7’s” is sound on the classic ideal of the emcee harmonizing over the bap of the boom.
Since its premiere Friday night, after being uploaded to Soundcloud, the song has been removed from the platform, leaving Friday night socials in the void from taking a listen to the highly anticipated vocal assembly of Andre 3000.
N.E.R.D.’s No_One Ever Really Dies is the collective’s fifth full-length album in seven years and currently has no said release date. The album includes collaboration from Kendrick Lamar, Gucci Mane, Future, M.I.A., Ed Sheeran and a rapping Rihanna. Earlier this month, they released “Lemon”, the album’s first single, which became the most well-documented song featuring the spits of pop-princess, Rihanna.
Watch N.E.R.D.’s interview with Beats 1 Radio speaking on how they got a verse from Andre 3000, below.