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Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Soundtrack Features 40 Artists

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The official soundtrack for 'The Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,' titled 'black Panther: Wakanda Forever-Music From and Inspired By,' is set to be released 4th November with over 40 international artists featuring on the album.

The album, produced by Ryan Coogler, Ludwig Goransson, Archie Davis and Dave Jordan, will release under Roc Nation Records/ Def Jam Records/ Hollywood Records this Friday.

Last week, the project's lead single by Rihanna, titled 'Lift Me Up,' made history by becoming the song with the most listeners and plays ,on USA radio in one day.

Alongside Rihanna, the album is reported to feature a host of international talent on its tracklist, with songs recorded in studios in Los Angeles, Lagos in Nigeria, Mexico City, and London.

Among the artists are big names such as the likes of Tems, Fireboy DML, OG DAYV, Ckay, Pink Pantheress, E-40 and Future.

Rihanna - Lift Me Up (From Black Panther: Wakanda Forever)

Among the artists are big names such as the likes of Tems, Fireboy DML, OG DAYV, Ckay, Pink Pantheress, E-40 and Future.

According to Source Magazine, the movie soundtrack's original songs and scores were written and produced by Goransson, who has already won two Emmys, two Grammys and an Oscar for his previous musical contributions.

Goransson has worked previosuly with the likes of Childish Gambino, Justin Timberlake, HAIM and Adele while he has contributed to TV Shows like Creed and The Mandalorian.

The producer is reported to have spent over 2500 hours recording the soundtrack for 'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.'

He co-wrote the song 'Lift Me Up,' alongside Rihanna and oversaw Tems' cover of Bob MArley's 'No Woman, No Cry' bridged with Kendrick Lamar's 'Alright' for the movie's dramatic trailer.

The Tracklist

The Tracklist

In a recent statement regarding the new soundtrack, the producer spoke about working on the album.

“Ryan and I talked about the importance of creating an immersive journey of sound and voice. If we used a song in the film, we wanted it to be the entire song, and to be connected to the story,' Goransson explained.

'Thematically, we wanted to move the audience from grief to celebration. When you listen to the soundtrack, you can close your eyes and relive the experience of the movie. That was the intention,” he continued.

'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,' hits cinemas and movie theatres on Friday, 11th November.

The original 'Black Panther,' movie was also accompanied by a blockbuster soundtrack, led by Kendrick Lamar and featuring the likes of SZA, Anderson .Paak, the Weeknd, Jorja Smith and James Blake.

The new soundtrack will be available to purchase and stream online from Friday 4th November.

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