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Black Panther 2 Soundtrack: Every Song Featured in the Marvel Film


After many years of anticipation, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is now available on DVD. When the first Marvel movie came out in 2018, audiences praised it for its action-packed scenes, breathtaking cinematography, compelling plot, and, of course, the music.

The soundtrack, which was put together by Kendrick Lamar, won two Grammys in addition to an Academy Award, and the songs from the movie went on to top many charts. All the Stars by Kendrick Lamar and SZA, Redemption by Zacari and Babes Wodumo, and Pray for Me by Kendrick Lamar and The Weeknd were among the chart-topping songs on the soundtrack.

Given the past, there were high hopes for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’s soundtrack, and it did not dissapoint. Here are all the specifics on the movie’s album.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Soundtrack

Disney has made available information about every song that appears in the movie. 19 tracks by well-known musicians are included on the soundtrack. Ludwig G. Ransson, who has won two Grammys, two Emmys, and an Academy Award, composed and produced the record.

The songs from Black Panther are listed below: Wakanda Forever:

  • They Want It, But No Tobe Nwigwe, Fat Nwigwe
  • La Vida Snow Tha Product, E-40
  • Coming Back For You Fireboy DML
  • Love & Loyalty (Believe) DBN Gogo, Sino Msolo, Kamo Mphela, Young Stunna, Busiswa
  • Alone Burna Boy
  • No Woman No Cry Tems
  • rboles Bajo El Mar Vivir Quintana, Mare Advertencia Lirika

  • Con La Brisa Foudeqush, Ludwig Goransson
  • Interlude Stormzy
  • Lift Me Up – Rihanna
  • Laayli kuxa ano one Adn Maya Colectivo, Pat Boy, Yaalen K uj, All Mayan Winik
  • Limoncello OG DAYV, Future
  • Anya Mmiri CKay, PinkPantheress
  • Wake Up Bloody Civilian, Rema
  • Pantera Aleman, Rema
  • Jele DBN Gogo, Sino Msolo, Kamo Mphela, Young Stunna, Busiswa
  • Inframundo Blue Rojo
  • No Digas Mi Nombre Calle x Vida, Foudeqush
  • Mi Pueblo Guadalupe de Jes s Chan Poot

The Soundtrack has Received Positive Response

Lift Me Up, a song by Rihanna from the soundtrack, was released on October 28 and has already topped the charts worldwide. The song has more than 30 million views on YouTube and is now ranked number 2 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. Being Rihanna’s first single in more than six years made the song even more unique.

The Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Soundtrack, which was recorded in Lagos, Nigeria, Mexico City, London, and Los Angeles, features more than 40 international musicians. According to Marvel, more than 250 musicians, including two orchestras, two choirs, and more than 40 vocalists, will contribute to the movie.

In our discussion regarding the soundtrack, Ryan (the Director) and I stressed the value of creating an immersive audio experience, according to G. Ransson. If a song was included in the movie, we wanted to use the complete song and have it relate to the plot.

Thematically, we wished to transition the viewer from sorrow to joy. You can close your eyes and enjoy the movie experience while listening to the soundtrack. He said, “That was the intention.”

What do you think of the music from Black Panther: Wakanda Forever? Comment below and let us know.

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