Amanda Reifer, Kendrick Lamar

Amanda Reifer, Kendrick Lamar

Bajan Singer Amanda Reifer Featured On Kendrick Lamar’s New Album

Written by: Nekisha Neicy Cyrus

Barbados Singer & Songwriter, Amanda Reifer is incredibly honored to be featured on Kendrick Lamar’s 5th Studio Album titled ‘Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers ‘.  Amanda, the lead singer with the band Cover Drive, lent her smooth vocals to the track ‘Die Hard’ alongside Kendrick & Blxst.

Cover Drive

Cover Drive were a four-piece band from Barbados consisting of Amanda Reifer, T-Ray Armstrong, Barry “Bar-Man” Hill and Jamar Harding.

The Bajan Songstress took to her Instagram recently to share the following sentiments:

‘Thank you for the incredible honor @kendricklamar of including me in this masterpiece… I’m speechless. Working with you has been the greatest creative experience of my life. Shout out to @blxst from loving your music to now being on the same song. Still in awe of the way that God orchestrates such beautiful serendipities and experiences. Thank you to @republicrecords and @title9inc and everyone who was a part of the journey. I’m going to go cry again now..’

The album which was released as a double album, is Kendrick Lamar, the Grammy-award winning Hip-Hop star’s, fifth and final studio album with Top Dawg Entertainment (TDE), which is an American independent record label founded in 2004, by CEO Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith.

The highly anticipated album which was officially released on May 13th, 2022 caused quite a stir online back in May when Tiffith teased fans about the upcoming project. ‘Mr. Morale and the Big Steppers’ covers a range of topics as Kendrick delves into fatherhood, generational trauma, cancel culture, queerness, addiction, and a lot more. Also featured on the album alongside Amanda Reifer is Summer Walker, Sampha, Blxst, Kodak Black, just to name a few.

You can stay updated with Amanda Reifer and Kendrick Lamar on Instagram.

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