Don’t Make Me Go Soundtrack: Each and Every song of Movie

by Narendra

Don’t Make Me Go Soundtrack: The songs that are played and the cinematic score that is used in a movie or television show often determine whether or not the finished result is successful. This is because the music may impart the ideal mood to each individual scene.

This is of the utmost significance for a film such as Don’t Make Me Go, which is available on Prime Video. The story of a father and daughter taking a road journey together is significantly supported by the soundtrack of the film.

Because of this, the movie is packed to the brim with catchy tracks, but which songs are included on the soundtrack of Don’t Make Me Go?

Don’t Make Me Go Release Date And Plot Preview

On Friday, July 15, 2022, Don’t Make Me Go was finally available to stream on Amazon Prime Video.

The movie depicts the story of a single parent named Max (John Cho), whose life takes on a new meaning after he discovers his he has a cancer that would eventually take his life.

Max tries to jam as much love and support that he will miss with his teenage daughter Wally (Mia Isaac) into the limited time that they have left together so that he may make up for the years of missed time. Wally is played by Mia Isaac.

Together, they set out on a journey across the country, driving from California to New Orleans in the hopes that Max will be able to attend his 20th college reunion. At this event, Max has a secret desire to see Wally’s mother again, who had abandoned them when they were little.

The film Don’t Make Me Go promises to take its audience on the adventure of a lifetime as it examines the unbreakable and eternal link that exists between a father and a daughter, while also including a healthy dose of heart and humor.

Don’t Make Me Go Soundtrack

Who Composed The Score?

In addition to the songs that have been licensed for use in the film, Don’t Make Me Go also includes an emotional music that was written by composer Jessica Rose Weiss.

Jessica Rose Weiss has accumulated an outstanding body of work in a short amount of time despite having had a rigorous musical education while working under Hans Zimmer and Mychael Danna, both of whom have won Oscars for their compositions.

In recent years, she has composed the scores for the films Cinderella on Prime Video and Afterlife of the Party and Dog Gone Trouble, both of which are available on Netflix.