Black Panther 2 Soundtrack : The music was one of the most important parts of the 2018 movie Black Panther. It was a mix of modern songs and an Oscar-winning score that was based in African culture.
After a string of movies that didn’t impress many people, the success of Phase 4 of the MCU now depends on the sequel Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.
Since the music was so important to the success of the first movie, a lot of attention is being paid to the soundtrack of Black Panther 2, but which songs are in Wakanda Forever?
Black Panther 2 Soundtracks
- LIFT ME UP
- LOVE & LOYALTY (BELIEVE)
- NO WOMAN NO CRY
- ÁRBOLES BAJO EL MAR
- CON LA BRISA
- LA VIDA
- COMING BACK FOR YOU
- THEY WANT IT, BUT NO
- LAAYLI’ KUXA’ANO’ONE
- ANYA MMIRI
- WAKE UP
- NO DIGAS MI NOMBRE
- MI PUEBLO
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Release date and Plot
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever jumped onto movie screens on Friday, November 11, 2022.
The movie starts after King T’Challa’s untimely death, with Queen Ramonda, Shuri, M’Baku, Okoye, and the Dora Milaje all feeling the effects of his absence.
But the people of Wakanda can’t rest on their laurels because their country is threatened when Namor, king of the hidden underwater realm of Talokan, comes out with a warning about a starting to come global threat and a disturbing plan to stop it.
After the death of their king, the people of Wakanda will have to step up and forge a new path if they want to survive.
Black Panther 2 Soundtrack Who Composed The Score?
In addition to the licensed songs that were used in the Black Panther 2 soundtrack, Wakanda Forever also has an original score by Ludwig Goransson that adds to its sound.
The Swedish composer wrote the music for the first Black Panther movie, which won him an Oscar.
Goransson also wrote the music for the Star Wars show The Mandalorian and the theme for The Book of Boba Fett. He also did the music for the movie Black Panther.
Aside from Star Wars, the 38-year-old composer has written music for the movies Creed and Creed II, Venom (which came out in 2018), Pixar’s Turning Red, the short film Inner Workings, and the TV show Community.
Ludwig Goransson’s score and a soundtrack album for the movie Black Panther: Wakanda Forever are now available on music streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music.