Here’s a guide to every song from the F9 soundtrack, including musical artists A $ AP Rocky, Pop Smoke, RZA, Sean Paul, Ty Dolla $ ign, and more.
the F9 soundtrack, like all the soundtracks of the Fast Saga, offers a healthy assignment of well-established artists and various newcomers in the hip-hop, R&B, electro and Latin genres. With Vin Diesel as Dom Toretto, a passionate family man, F9 adds a new family member and a long-standing nemesis Quick series: the brother of Dom Jakob, played by John Cena. Some kind of Cain-and-Abel’s revenge plot, F9 presents a selection of music that thematically reflects the over-the-top excitement of the series and the seething brotherly rage of Dom and Jakob.
With filming locations ranging from London to Tbilisi and Los Angeles to Thailand, a certain mix of genres is to be expected with the F9 soundtrack. Accompanying a score written and composed by Brian Tyler, who also worked on the third, fourth, fifth, seventh and eighth Fast Furious installments, the soundtrack offers a list of relentlessly dancing songs, while tender moments of cinematic sweetness (like Dom’s brief stint with his son Brian) are interspersed with Tyler’s score. Overall, the soundscape leans heavily towards hip-hop and reggaeton, keeping the series rooted in its East LA roots.
the F9 The soundtrack consists of 14 tracks, including established mainstream hip-hop artists such as Pop Smoke, A $ AP Rocky, Ty Dolla $ ign and RZA, as well as lesser-known artists such as Lil Tecca and Jarina De Marco. Here are all the songs from F9 soundtrack:
“Expressway” – Don Toliver, Lil Durk, Latto
“The Switcha Way” – Skepta and Pop Smoke feat. A $ AP Rocky, Juicy J and Project Pat
“Hit them hard” – Offset, Trippie Redd, Kevin Gates, Lil Durk and King Von
“I won” – Ty Dolla $ ign, Jack Harlow, 24kGoldn
“Quick” – Amenazzy, Farruko, Myke Towers, Rochy RD
“Breathe (Liam H and RenÃ© LaVice Re-Amp) “ – The Prodigy feat. RZA
“Real” – Justin Quiles, Dalex, Konshens
“Bussin Bussin” – Lil Tecca
“Furiosa” – Anita
“Ride da Night” – The feat of Kevin Gates. Polo G and Teejay3k
“Bushido” – Good Gas and JP le Wavy
“Accelerate” – NLE Choppa feat. Rico Naughty
“Mala” – Jarina De Marco
“Exotic race” – Murci feat. Sean Paul and Dixson Waz
As the Quick absurd action sequences of the series, the point of F9The music chosen by – as long as there is a distinct “point” – is simply to achieve a flashy staging effect. With the dazzling opening of “Expressway” by Don Toliver, Lil Durk and Latto, who samples Big Tymers’ 2002 “Still Fly”, the vibe is that of a major sporting event with pure entertainment and a promise of action. The same can be said of the remaining tracks, each of which sounds appropriately for the bass-rich speakers of the street racing team. There is also a greater evolution towards Spanish sung (or rapped) music, an evolution present in American pop music in general.
Surely a nod to the role of Cipher actor Charlize Theron in Mad Max: Fury Road, the song “Furiosa” manifests in particular a large part of F9the film’s colorful tropical aesthetic, as embodied in the film’s multi-color theatrical release poster. This feeling is also achieved with Amenazzy’s “Quick” and Murci “Exotic race”, the latter featuring the always cool Sean Paul to an excitable electro dance beat.
Like what could be interpreted as a huge music video filled with waterfalls, F9 Also features several musical artists in important and cameo roles, including series clips from Chris “Ludacris” Bridges and Tyrese Gibson. There is also the lead star, Diesel, who released two singles in 2020: “Feel Like I Do” and “Days Are Gone”. With that, the music of F9, like the film itself, is not meant to be over-analyzed. Music is pure fun entertainment.
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