Meek Mill Movie Streets Soundtrack [WORK]
In March 2015, it was announced that composer Ludwig Göransson would score Creed, marking the second feature-length film collaboration between Göransson and director Ryan Coogler after Fruitvale Station (2013). Influenced by 1970s culture and the musical legacy of the Rocky film series, Coogler noted that "the music was a big focal point" for the film, stating, "'Eye of the Tiger', 'No Easy Way Out', all those songs were a massive hit. And we embraced that. We recorded original songs for the movie." Göransson brought in an array of artists to modernize the orchestral aspects of the soundtrack. "The first name that came to mind was obviously Meek Mill, because we needed a voice from Philly," said Göransson. "For me that was an obvious choice for the big training montage. It's all full orchestral, and it has some dark 808s under it. In the middle there are all these dirt bikes coming out, and there's a 45-second rap verse that Meek Mill is doing over that." Other musicians that recorded with Göransson specifically for the film include Donald Glover, Future, Vince Staples, and Jhené Aiko.
Meek Mill Movie Streets Soundtrack
Racing games can be fun on its own, but sometimes music helps amplify the feelings of anxiety and excitement as you speed down an open highway or dangerously tight streets. The recently announced soundtrack for the upcoming title developed by Ghost Games and published by Electronic Arts, Need for Speed Payback, aims to accomplish this with unique soundtracks for specific portions of the franchise's next iteration.
When describing the Bad Boys franchise, fast cars, explosions, and shootouts are three things that come to mind right away. Because of this, the Bad Boys For Life soundtrack is full of hip-hop, Latin, and urban songs that heighten the adrenaline-filled sequences. Bad Boys For Life perfectly captures the busy streets and party vibes of Miami by featuring songs from Miami-based artists Rick Ross and Pitbull. Here's every song on the Bad Boys For Life soundtrack:
On last night's Late Night with Seth Meyers, China Anne McClain and Nafessa Williams talk about why they think fans love BLACK LIGHTNING and what drew them to working on the show. Check out the clip below!China Anne McClain is an American actress and singer. She is a member of the sister girl group McClain. McClain's career began in 2005 when she was seven years old, acting in the movie The Gospel(2005). She also played China James in Tyler Perry's Daddy's Little Girls (2007), along with Idris Elba and her two sisters. However, she became nationally known after 2007, when she joined the cast of the series Tyler Perry's House of Payne as Jazmine Payne. In 2010, she co-starred in Grown Ups (2010) as Charlotte McKenzie. McClain now stars in The CW show Black Lightning. McClain became internationally known after starring in the Disney Channel original television series A.N.T. Farm, landing the role as Chyna Parks, from 2011 to 2014. Disney released the soundtrack of the television series A.N.T. FARM on October 11, 2011.
McClain sings six songs and two solos with her sisters on the soundtrack, which debuted in the Billboard 200 at number 29 with 14,000 copies sold in its first week. On the soundtrack, McClain sang her version of Taio Cruz's"Dynamite." The release containing the song "Calling All the Monsters" reached the eighty-sixth spot on the Billboard Hot 100. McClain was a co-star in the 2013 sequel Grown Ups 2. In 2014, she appeared on the reality singing competition series, ABC's SING YOUR FACE OFF and was the youngest contestant on the show, winning the show's first season. McClain starred as Gabby Harrison in the Disney Channel original movie HOW TO BUILD A BETTER BOY (2014) with Kelli Berglund. She also appears as the main villain Uma in the Disney Channel DESCENDANTS 2(2017), playing Ursula's daughter.In 2018, McClain began portraying Jennifer Pierce in The CW superhero series Black Lightning.Nafessa Williams is an American actress. She is most known for her 2011 role as Nicole Gordon in the Meek Mill film Streets, her 2011 role as Deanna Forbes on the ABC soap opera One Life to Live, and her 2016 role as Dr. Charlotte Piel on the CBS drama Code Black.