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Kendrick Lamar's 'Money Trees' Has A Sequel Thanks To Jay Rock: Listen

"Money Trees Deuce" is here.

Kendrick Lamar and Jay Rock already gave us “Money Trees” in 2012. Now, we've got a sequel thanks to Rock's solo cut "Money Trees Deuce."

"Imagine Rock up in that field where options ain’t so audible,” Rock rhymes on the track, which dropped today (Jun. 2). "Problems steady fallin’, the effects is like some Dominoes / Issues chronological / Gotta get that money fast.”

You'll recall Rock started his verse on good kid, m.A.A.d. city's "Money Trees" in a similar fashion. “Imagine Rock up in them projects where them n—gas pick your pockets,” he rapped on the 2012 cut.

Earlier this year, Rock teamed up with Kendrick again on "Pay For It," a single they performed on "Saturday Night Live." You might also remember it from a Beats By Dre ad.

With all of this good music out, it's hard not to wonder about a Jay Rock album. It's unclear when we'll be getting a full length project from the Watts MC, but in March, TDE's CEO Anthony "Top Dawg" Tiffith shared this revealing LP update:

Looks like there are more "keepers" where "Money Trees Deuce" came from. Now we just need a release date, Rock.