At last the Roaring '20s will roar with the sounds Black Eyed Peas call music in Baz Luhrmann's adaptation of The Great Gatsby. The director had Jay-Z executive-produce his soundtrack, and beyond contributing to it himself, he brought in the likes of Beyoncé, André 3000, Jack White, Florence + The Machine, the xx, Gotye, will.i.am, Fergie, and others to ensure that this movie about the Jazz Age would not include any actual jazz, but would have a song called "100$ Bill." And now you can hear it all early by streaming the whole album online. Start deciding which track you'll dub your "summer F. Scott Fitzgerald-inspired jam" over at NPR.
It seems The Great Gatsby will have have a Jay-Z connection beyond the trailers' use of "No Church in the Wild" and the scene where Gatsby knocks up Beyoncé.... / Continue →
Now that you've made it through The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey soundtrack, featuring Linkin Park's hot new single "Breathe in the Smaug," continue on to the Django Unchained soundtrack with "100 Black Coffins," an original song Rick Ross recorded for the film. Listen to the ... / Continue →
Howard Shore's The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey score isn't officially released until December 11, but if you just can't wait to hear some music cues, you can now listen to them at RollingStone, where they're streaming the entire soundtrack, from "My Dear Frodo" to Aerosmith's... / Continue →