Quentin Tarantino’s film Django Unchanged arrives on the theaters on December 25th; the soundtrack comes on December 18th. And while we rub our hands in anticipatory glee for the music and indeed the flick to arrive, we have some inkling on what to expect; the tracklist and cover art are out.
Quentin is known to do his own thing, I mean its a jump from Dick Dale to rap but with Rozay, Jamie Foxx, and John Legend on hand, we’re sure that we’re in for some truly dope tracks.
Here’s the tracklist –
2. Django (Main Theme) – Luis Bacalov, Rocky Roberts
3. The Braying Mule – Ennio Morricone
4. In That Case, Django, After You…
5. Lo Chiamavano King (His Name Is King) – Luis Bacalov, Edda Dell’orso
6. Freedom – Anthony Hamilton & Elayna Boynton
7. Five-Thousand-Dollar Nigga’s And Gummy Mouth Bitches
8. La Corsa (2nd Version) – Luis Bacalov
9. Sneaky Schultz and the Demise of Sharp
10. I Got a Name – Jim Croce
11. I Giorni Dell’ira – Riz Ortolani
12. 100 Black Coffins – Rick Ross
13. Nicaragua – Jerry Goldsmith featuring Pat Metheny
14. Hildi’s Hot Box
15. Sister Sara’s Theme – Ennio Morricone
16. Ancora Qui – Ennio Morricone and Elsa
17. Unchained (The Payback/Untouchable) – James Brown and 2Pac
18. Who Did That To You? – John Legend
19. Too Old to Die Young – Brother Edge
20. Stephen The Poker Player
21. Un Monumento – Ennio Morricone
22. Six Shots Two Guns
23. Trinity (Titoli) – Annibale E i Cantori Moderni
Unorthodox Jukebox, Bruno Mar’s second studio album may still be some time away, it is set for a December 11th release. And the rapper is busy releasing singles from the album. After the release of “Locked Out of Heaven” in October, we now have Moonshine coming our way.
Writing credits for this track include Bhasker, Nicky Romero, Andrew Wyatt, Mars, Lawrence, Levine, Ronson and the music comes courtesy the creative impulses of Bhasker and Nicky Romero. Check out the cover art and let us know how it moves you. This sophomore album comes on the back of Bruno’s smash hit debut album Doo-Wops & Hooligans that came out in 2010.
Big Boi’s long-awaited LP, his sophomore solo project ‘Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors’ gets pushed back by a month and more. It will now come out in December, on the 11th. It has been two years since Big Boi’s last album. That was the well-acclaimed Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty.
That’s a long time between two releases but the Southern rap legend obviously believes in taking time to come up with a quality product. In the meanwhile he has revealed what the album cover art is going to look like.
BTW, the previous album Sir Lucious was also delayed by two years. Check out the video of “Mama Told Me” featuring Kelly Rowland.
Game’s eagerly anticipated album “Jesus Piece” is set to drop sometime in December. The artist has revealed the official cover art, which gels nicely with the title. Interestingly, the album was to debut with another name till Game decided to change it and bestow upon it its current moniker.
The album is going to feature artists such as Kanye West, Nicki Minaj, DJ Premier, Trey Songz, Chris Brown, Scarface, Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, Tyga and others.
The issue people have with the art is that Christ has been shown wearing clothes reflecting gang loyalty. And Game chose to meet the criticism head on instead of issuing an apology or coming up with explanations. He retweeted the reactions and has let his fans be the judge.
Wiz Khalifa took to twitter to announce the release date of his mixtape Cabin Fever 2. It’s a sequel to his 2011 mixtape Cabin Fever; the music drops tomorrow, October 16th at 3 p.m. EST.
The rapper also took the opportunity to reveal the cover art and tracklist of this mixtape which includes efforts by Juicy J and Problem for a number of cuts, as well as J.R. Donato, Menace, IamSu!, Chevy Woods, Lavish and French Montana. Production comes courtesy of ID Labs, The Invasion, Cozmo, Sledgren, Crazy Mike, Lewi V and Vegas Stars.
O.N.I.F.C., the rapper’s sophomore album hits the stores on December 4th. Meanwhile we have this offering from the artist from Pittsburgh. Check out the tracklist below.
Rapper T-Pain has made available the cover art of his mixtape “Stoic”. Tallahassee Pain, that’s what the T stands for, will release the album on September 30th. If the somber artwork is an indication then the album too could mirror the grey mood. The rapper had won a Grammy and a BET Award for the song “Good Life” on which he had collaborated with Kanye West.
September 30th, the day on which the album drops, also happens to be the rapper’s birthday. This is what the rapper had to say about it – “You know me, I’m just all into motivation,” he said. “That comes in all kinds of forms. So we just trying to venture out and make sure everybody get their piece of all of my motivation because I got a lot to give out. It’s got to be an anthem.” T-Pain said the music dictated the direction of the song’s lyrical content. “I just spit ‘em out,” he said. “It wasn’t nothing I was trying to go into the studio and do. It wasn’t like I’m about to sit down and make an anthem, it just came out like that. I heard the beat and the song happened.”
“The mixtape is called Stoic that means a person that’s able to take great amounts of pain without showing emotion. It’s pretty much everything I’m trying to do, however I want to do it, this is just total freedom for me right now.”