‘No_One Ever Really Dies’ Will Be Here for Christmas

After dropping the infectious Rihanna-featuring “Lemon” song, with its dance-driven music video starring Mette Towely, N.E.R.D officially launched the rollout of their fifth album No_One Ever Really Dies.

Today in an Instagram post, N.E.R.D frontman Pharrell Williams announced the official December 15th release date for his group’s first album in seven years.


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After teasing the album for nearly a month via an ambiguous ad campaign, the group, consisting of tne Neptunes’ Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo along with Virginia MC/Producer Shae,  reunited at ComplexCon for their first performance together in three years. To the attendee’s surprise, the group debuted the entire album to them live, revealing collaborations with Future and Kendrick Lamar. The full tracklist will include collaborations with artists like Andre 3000, M.I.A., Gucci Mane, Ed Sheeran, and more.

Check out the tracklist below and while you wait you might as well check out our soon-to-be-updated ranking of every N.E.R.D song to date.

No_One Ever Really Dies

1. “Deep Down Body Thirst”
2. “Lemon” f/ Rihanna
3. “Voilà” f/ Gucci Mane and Wale
4. “1000” f/ Future
5. “Don’t Don’t Do It” f/ Kendrick Lamar
6. “Kites” f/ Kendrick Lamar and M.I.A.
7. “ESP”
8. “Lightning Fire Magic Prayer”
9. “Rollinem 7’s” f/ André 3000
10. “Lifting You” f/ Ed Sheeran
11. “Secret Life of Tigers”

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