The Roots – How I Got Over Track List


Only nine tracks for their 9th album that drops on June 22nd. According to Aqua at Slangrap, “Dear God 2.0” is the the second single (the title track was the first, remember?) and is a remix/re-imagination of Monster of Folk’s song by the same name.

1. Walk Alone (feat. Truck North, Porn, Dice Raw & Mercedes Martinez)
2. Dear God 2.0 (feat. Jim James & MOF)
3. Radio Daze (feat. Blu, Porn, Dice Raw, Mercedes Martinez)
4. Now Or Never (feat. Phonte & Dice Raw)
5. How I Got Over (feat. Dice Raw)
6. The Day (feat. Blu, Phonte & Patty Crash)
7. Right On (feat. Joanna Newsom & STS)
8. Doin It Again (feat. John Legend)
9. The Fire (feat. John Legend & Rick Friedrich)

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13 Responses to “The Roots – How I Got Over Track List”

  1. landlord Says:

    they look like dead people …


    Mercedes Martinez

    how creative

  3. landlord Says:

    Delonte will shoot Lebron. Lebron knows that nigga got ratchets



    really though… its public record…

  4. Anahmoly Says:

    Imagine a roots album with more known rappers..

  5. G7 Says:

    too many features

  6. ip Says:

    i thought they were re-doing cody chesnutt’s “serve this royalty”?

  7. spirit equality Says:

    Better a dope short album than a long wack one

  8. edstarr Says:

    the roots and friends…..

  9. VEe! Says:

    No Peedi Crack?

    I hope that’s not the artwork for the CD.

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  13. Rap and Blues Says:

    Such a fine album!

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