The "Creed II" soundtrack is shaping up to be an insane compilation.
After being announced recently as the curator and executive producer for "Creed II's" soundtrack, Mike WiLL Made-It has been slowly revealing who we can expect to hear on the project. Soundtracks have been all the rage this year as Kendrick Lamar's work on Black Panther was simply outstanding. Mike WiLL is facing some tough competition as The Greatest Showman also experienced some of the highest sales for an album this year but so far, Creed II is shaping up to be a pretty eclectic collection of artists.
When a fan complained about potentially hearing Rae Sremmurd on every single song, the producer started teasing a few names that would compliment the very probable appearances from Swae Lee and Slim Jxmmi. Artists like Eminem, Nas, Nicki Minaj, Kendrick Lamar, and others were mentioned as Mike went on a retweeting spree. The musician confirmed yesterday that Lil Wayne would be gracing one of the guest spots on the OST and now it looks like the next name has been revealed.
"YOUNG KODAK UNLOCKED A NEW FLOW," bragged Mike WiLL as he posted a photo of the Floridian sensation to Instagram. He continued by asking who's ready to hear Kodak Black on the Creed II soundtrack, confirming yet another name for what will most likely be a stacked card. He even deemed the upcoming project as a "classic," giving fans extremely high expectations.
Of course, as the owner of the No. 2 song in the country, Kodak Black has proven he knows how to please the masses since his return from prison. His upcoming album is currently in the works and we'll keep providing updates on Kodak's project and Creed II once they become available.