You may or may not have heard about Nat King Cole’s upcoming album, Re: Generations (check the video above if you’re unfamiliar). This project puts some of the world’s most pioneering musicians, producers, and DJ’s, and their distinct styles, on 13 of Nat King Cole’s most known records. The album was executive produced by Carole Cole (Nat’s daughter) and features Cee-Lo, The Roots, will.i.am, Cut Chemist, Just Blaze (song is hilarious), Nas, Izza Kizza, Stephen and Damian Marley, TV On The Radio, and more. " Re: Generations honors Nat King Cole’s continued cultural influence around the planet, 90 years after his birth." Like many other people, I usually cringe at the thought of posthumous collabo albums, but after hearing most of this project I can definitely respect how they put this together. Enjoy these two cuts off the album, "Walkin’ My Baby Back Home" featuring The Roots and "The Game Of Love" featuring Nas and Salaam Remi. Re: Generations will be in stores March 10th.