Wakanda Forever

Snow Tha Product, Blue Rojo & More Featured on “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” Soundtrack

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - NOVEMBER 18: Snow Tha Product attends The 22nd Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on November 18, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Arturo Holmes/Getty Images)

This is not a drill: The soundtrack for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is officially revealed! Following the release of Rihanna’s “Lift Me Up,” we now have the full track list, featuring Latine names such as Snow Tha Product, Blue Rojo, Calle x Vida, and more. The project will be released on Friday, Nov. 4. 

The Latine songs involved in this project are: “Árboles Bajo El Mar” by Mexican artists Vivir Quintana and Mare Advertencia; “Con La Brisa” by Mexican singer Foudeqush alongside Swedish composer Ludwig Göransson; “La Vida” by the Mexican-American rapper Snow Tha Product featuring E-40; and “Laayli’ kuxa’ano’one” by Mexican artists ADN Maya Colectivo: Pat Boy, Yaalen K’uj, and All Mayan Winik.

The talent from our communities continues with “Pantera” by Mexican rapper Alemán featuring Nigerian rapper Rema; “Inframundo” by Blue Rojo; “No Digas Mi Nombre,” by Regional Mexican artist Calle x Vida and Foudeqush; and “Mi Pueblo” by Guadalupe de Jesús Chan Poot.

“Secrets out,” Snow Tha Product wrote in an Instagram story post. Social media users are excited about Snow’s collaboration with E-40. A Twitter user wrote: “Much more connected to the film than the first Black Panther ST (which I loved by the way).  That E-40/Snow Tha Product collab looks interesting..”

From Nigeria to Mexico and beyond, the global soundtrack also features the likes of Tems, Fireboy DML, and PinkPantheress. “Given the story is inspired by both Nigerian and Mesoamerican cultures, recording sessions were set up in both Lagos, Nigeria, and Mexico City, Mexico, as well as Abbey Road Studios in London,” Marvel reported. “In addition, emerging rappers and artists from Mexico City are featured on the soundtrack, including rapper Pat Boy, who raps entirely in Mayan.”

Additionally, Marvel notes that the film’s composer and producer, Ludwig Göransson, worked with music archeologist Alejandro Rojas to dig into the native instruments that fully capture Mayan music.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is out in theaters on Nov. 11.