June 24, 2022



Doja Cat and Swae Lee Drop New Songs From the "Elvis" Soundtrack

Diplo and Swae Lee simply launched a brand new track from the Baz Luhrmann’s “Elvis” soundtrack. On June 3, the duo dropped “Tupelo Shuffle” that includes Gary Clark, Jr. and Austin Butler, who performs Elvis within the movie. The discharge of “Tupelo Shuffle” comes a day after Doja Cat launched “Vegas,” which remixes Elvis’s “Hound Canine” and incorporates a pattern of the unique 1953 recording by Massive Mama Thornton.

“Elvis” hits theaters on June 24, which is identical day the total soundtrack might be launched. As for the movie itself, there’s already plenty of buzz surrounding “Elvis” and its star-studded solid, which incorporates Austin Butler because the titular star and Tom Hanks as his mysterious supervisor. Elvis would not be Elvis with out the music, after all — and a Baz Luhrmann movie additionally would not be a Baz Luhrmann movie and not using a distinctive soundtrack. The checklist of artists who might be on the movie’s soundtrack dropped on Might 23, and by the sound of issues, it’s going to be a inventive mix of genres and time durations. It is also an especially chaotic mixture of artists who do not appear very associated at first look.

Along with Doja Cat, Diplo, and Swae Lee, the soundtrack will characteristic songs and recordings by Presley himself, in addition to stars Butler and Kodi Smit-McPhee. The soundtrack additionally contains a wide range of different musical luminaries, together with Eminem and Cee Lo Inexperienced, Jack White, Jazmine Sullivan, Kacey Musgraves, Les Greene, Stevie Nicks, and Tame Impala. Alton Mason, Lenesha Randolph, Maneskin, Nardo Wick, Paravi, Pnau, Rufus Thomas, Shonka Dukureh, and Yola will even grace the soundtrack.

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This is not Luhrmann’s first experiment with progressive, genre-bending soundtracks. In 2013’s “The Nice Gatsby,” Luhrmann options anachronistic tunes from the likes of JAY-Z and Lana Del Rey, designed to emulate the progressive, seductive nature of jazz on the time interval the movie occurred. Whether or not Luhrmann is trying to duplicate the awe-inspiring novelty of rock and roll made so extremely well-known by Presley himself stays to be seen, however actually something is feasible given the soundtrack’s wildly assorted lineup.

Learn on to listen to all the things on the “Elvis” soundtrack thus far.