Listen: new Dido with Kendrick Lamar – “Let Us Move On”

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Obviously Dido is no stranger to teaming up with a dexterous, gifted rapper in order to take over the world. She’s done it before, and she’s taking another crack at it with our boy, K-Dot. “Let Us Move On” is hardly the earworm “Thank You” (and thusly “Stan”) was, but it should, at the very least, serve to open Starbucks customers up to the music of mister Kendrick Lamar.

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