Vin Diesel is back as Dominic Toretto to take on a new villain who has vowed to destroy his family for an act of personal vengeance. The tenth film in the Fast & Furious franchise, titled Fast X, arrived in cinemas recently.
The franchise, which has seen huge success across the globe, is often counted amongst the most stylish films made in Hollywood. The series is also fairly popular for its music and soundtrack, which pumps up action and adventure. Fast X also features an impressive soundtrack. Here are all the songs that are a part of the film.
Fast X Soundtrack
The soundtrack of the film comprises 21 songs from the likes of Ty Dolla $ign, J Balvin, Jimin, Suicide Boys, and Jessie Murph. The album is a mix of electronic rock, hip-hop, reggaeton, rhythmic Latin, and pop. The first single from the soundtrack, Let’s Ride by YG, Ty Dolla $ign, and Lambo4oe was released on February 8th this year.
The second track, Won’t Back Down by YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Bailey Zimmerman, and Dermot Kennedy, came out on May 4th. The complete soundtrack was officially released on May 19th by Artist Partner Group and is now available on Spotify and Apple Music. The complete details of the tracks are as below:
Brian Tyler Composed the Music for the Film
Apart from the soundtrack, Fast X also features a captivating score created by acclaimed composer Brian Tyler. The Emmy-nominated musician has had a 24-year-long career in the industry and has worked on several hit films, television shows, and video games. Tyler, who also worked on the score of F9, was confirmed as the composer for Fast X on March 8th.
Some of his other major works include Yellowstone, Transformers: Prime, Star Trek: Enterprise, The Super Mario Bros. Movie, Scream VI, Rambo: Last Blood, XXX: Return of Xander Cage, Now You See Me 2, Avengers: Age of Ultron and Thor: The Dark World.
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