Wakanda Forever: Black Panther Unveils All 15 Film Songs

Rihanna’s “Lift Me Up” is one of the fifteen songs from Black Panther: Wakanda Forever that Marvel has made public.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe’s genius lies in how distinctive and original each character and each of their stand-alone endeavours are.
While genre, writing, and direction all contribute to making each episode unique, music has just as much of an impact—if not more—on the MCU’s Black Panther franchise.

Black Panther’s 2018 soundtrack, which won two Grammy awards, was handpicked by Kendrick Lamar and incorporated traditional African music in addition to an original, now-iconic score written by Ludwig Göransson.

Considering that history, there were great hopes for the music of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, which has just been made public days before the movie’s release.

The 15 songs that play throughout Black Panther: Wakanda Forever have been made public by Disney in advance of the sequel’s November 11 release.

The first song by Rihanna in more than six years, “Lift Me Up,” is also included on this list.

Below is the full list.

Funeral – Baaba Maal
Welcome Back – Baaba Maal
Anya Mmiri – CKay feat. PinkPantheress
Love & Loyalty (Believe) – DBN Gogo, Kamo Mphela, Young Stunna, and Busiswa
Can’t Stop – Red Hot Chili Peppers
La Vida – Snow Tha Product feat. E40
Limoncello – OG DAYV
They Want It But No – Tobe Nwigwe & Fat Nwigwe
Arboles Bajo El Mar – Vivir Quintana & Mare Advertencia
Con La Brisa – Foudeqush
Interlude – Stormzy
Alone – Burna Boy
Coming Back For You – Fireboy DML
Lift Me Up – Rihanna
Laayli’ Kuxa’ano’one – ADN MAYA: Pat Boy, Yaalen K’uj, All Mayan Winik

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