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Future, Burna Boy, E-40, Rihanna & More Come Together for ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ Soundtrack

After Rihanna released ‘Lift Me Up’ – the lead single to ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ – Roc Nation, Def Jam Recordings & Hollywood Records have have shared the Original Motion Picture soundtrack of the much-awaited film directed by Ryan Coogler.

The soundtrack features Rihanna, Future, Burna Boy, Tems, Stormzy, Fireboy DML, Ckay, E-40, PinkPantheress, Rema, and more. Check out the tracklist below.

Wakanda Forever

‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ – Music From and Inspired By:

1. Rihanna: “Lift Me Up”
2. DBN Gogo / Sino Msolo / Kamo Mphela / Young Stunna / Busiswa: “Love & Loyalty (Believe)”
3. Burna Boy: “Alone”
4. Tems: “No Woman No Cry”
5. Vivir Quintana / Mare Advertencia: “Árboles Bajo el Mar”
6. Foudeqush / Ludwig Göransson: “Con la Brisa”
7. Snow tha Product: “La Vida” [ft. E-40]
8. Stormzy: “Interlude”
9. Fireboy DML: “Coming Back fro You”
10. Tobe Nwigwe / Fat Nwigwe: “They Want It, but No Performed”
11. ADN Maya Colectivo / Pat Boy / Yaalen K’uj / All Mayan Winik: “Laayli’ kuxa’ano’one”
12. OG Dayv / Future: “Limoncello”
13. Ckay: “Anya Mmiri” [ft. PinkPantheress]
14. Bloody Civilian: “Wake Up” [ft. Rema]
15. Alemán: “Pantera” [ft. Rema]
16. DBN Gogo / Sino Msolo / Kamo Mphela / Young Stunna / Busiswa: “Jele”
17. Blue Rojo: “Inframundo”
18. Calle x Vida / Foudeqush: “No Digas Mi Nombre”
19. Guadalupe de Jesús Chan Poot: “Mi Pueblo”

Listen to ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ – Music From and Inspired By on MarvelMusicVevo here.

The latest soundtrack serves as the follow-up to Marvel’s first ‘Black Panther’ film released in 2018. Then, the soundtrack was curated by the legendary Pulitzer-winning Kendrick Lamar and featured guest appearances from the entire Top Dawg Entertainment roster, Travis Scott, Anderson .Paak, The Weeknd, Future and James Blake among others.

‘All the Stars’ by Kendrick Lamar & SZA

Titled ‘Black Panther: The Album’, the soundtrack reached the top position at the Billboard 200 Chart. The album won Best Original Score at the Academy Awards while ‘King’s Dead’ – the ninth track on the album with features from Future, James Blake and Jay Rock – won Best Rap Performance at the Recording Academy. It was produced by Mike Will Made it.

Listen to ‘King’s Dead’ by Jay Rock f/ Kendrick Lamar, Future and James Blake here.