Burna Boy, Fireboy DML, Ckay feature on “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” tracklist.
Burna Boy, Rema, Fireboy DML, Ckay Others Make “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” Tracklist
Black Panther: Fireboy DML, Ckay, others make the soundtracks lineup
The highly anticipated tracklist, which features various African performers as well as several Nigerian stars, was revealed on November 2nd.
There are 19 records in total, with Burna Boy listed as the performer of the second track, “Alone,” and Tems listed as the performer of the next tune, “No Woman, No Cry.” The ninth tune, “Coming Back For You,” features Fireboy DML.
Fast-rising Nigerian American rapper, Tobe Nwigwe and spouse and singer, Fat Nwigwe “They Want It But, No.” The Black Panther soundtrack tracklist is a highly-rated project that has in the past featured the likes of American rappers, Kendrick Lamar and SZA.
CKay is featured alongside English singer, Pink Pantheress, while Rema is credited on two tracks; Wake Up with Nigerian producer and singer, Bloody Civilian, and on Pantera with Mexican rapper, Aleman.
This is the first tracklist of the movie series to feature Nigerians and Africans on this level. The album tracklist also features African acts such as Busiswa, Kamo Mphela, DBN Gogo and more.
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- Tems sheds light on her role in the Black Panther project.
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Meanwhile, Tems discusses how she got the Black Panther project and how she wrote the tribute song for the late Chadwick Boseman.
The “Free Mind” singer, who also collaborated with Rihanna on her return single, “Life Me Up,” provided further insight into how it all came about in an interview with Power 105.1 FM.
I was recording and writing in general for Black Panther then we met up with then, they gave us a direction. There were some words already so we collaborated and we brought it together.