N.E.R.D Reveals New Album Title, Cover, Tracklist & Release Date

Comeback season.

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After officially confirming their comeback with the release of their latest Rihanna-assisted cut, “Lemon,” Pharrell has now unveiled what appears to be the official album cover along with the release date for NO_ONE EVER REALLY DIES. The album will serve as N.E.R.D’s fifth studio album — their first in over seven years following 2010’s Nothing. The tracklist, which can be seen below, boasts a variety of notable guest features included Future, Kendrick Lamar, Andre 3000, M.I.A. and Ed Sheeran amongst others.

Check out the artwork above and entire tracklist down below.

“Deep Down Body Thirst”
“Lemon” f/ Rihanna
“Voilà” f/ Gucci Mane and Wale
“1000” f/ Future
“Don’t Don’t Do It” f/ Kendrick Lamar
“Kites” f/ Kendrick Lamar and M.I.A.
“ESP”
“Lightning Fire Magic Prayer”
“Rollinem 7’s” f/ André 3000
“Lifting You” f/ Ed Sheeran
“Secret Life of Tigers”

You can also revisit N.E.R.D’s newest track, “Rollinem 7’s” with Andre 3000 on last week’s music roundup.

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