Beyoncé, Dua Lipa, Vampire Weekend, SZA are also featured on the 46-song playlist.
The song includes a reference to Mac Miller, with whom he wasn’t “always on the best terms.”
“It feels like Ariana and I are forever connected through Mac [Miller] and this is part of the healing process,” said Thundercat.
The companion albums Swimming and Circles will be presented side by side.
Also on the list are The Chicks, Bob Dylan, Outkast, Maggie Rogers, Leon Bridges, and of course, Beyoncé.
Commemorative release features two unreleased tracks “Ayye” and “Back In The Day”.
During a performance of his latest single “Lockdown”.
It officially turns 10 years old later this summer.
The Drunk follow-up boasts Childish Gambino, Flying Lotus, Kamasi Washington, and BADBADNOTGOOD.
It includes two new songs “Right” and “Floating”.
The track includes contributions from Ty Dolla $ign and Lil B.
Expanded release is due out Friday.