Prepare Your Ears For The Official Furious 7 Soundtrack List
There’s a distinct reason why every movie you see features a finely-selected list of music played throughout the scenes in the film. Music has a way of conveying emotion that is pivotal to the success of a film. The music cues our reactions – whether it’s heart-wrenching sadness or heart-pumping excitement – it’s the music that gets us there.
The Furious 7 soundtrack is able to pull at your heart strings right before it inevitably gets your adrenaline pumping by launching you out of a plane, or through a building, or into an explosion as the trailer clearly demonstrates will all happen. Like the other installments in the franchise, you can expect to have a largely up-tempo soundtrack that is sure to set the tone for the action flick. The soundtrack, produced by Brian Tyler, was released on March 17th on Atlantic Records and is readily available on many of the digital outlets as well as your favorite music brick and mortar venues.
If you liked the music of the previous “The Fast and the Furious” soundtracks, you’ll likely love the music in Furious 7. The soundtrack is heavily laced with high energy music with a strong dubstep influence that is hot right now.
1. “Ride Out” by Kid Ink, Tyga, YG, Wale & Rich Homie Quan This hip hop track combines some great minds for one catchy song that is likely to get stuck in your head. The official video features plenty of clips from the film, so you can relive the theatrical release.
2. “Off-Set” by T.I. & Young Thug T.I. and Young Thug come together to bring a heavy-hitting base line and a great track
3. “How Bad Do You Want It (Oh Yeah)” by Sevyn Streeter This melodic dance track features a dubstep beat and high energy. The track will get your heart pumping and body moving.
4. “Get Low” by Dillon Francis & DJ Snake The high energy “Get Low” is marked as the theme song for this most recent release. It can be heard in one of the trailers and has an official video of it’s own so you can hear it in its full dance-inducing glory.
5. “Go Hard Or Go Home” by Wiz Khalifa & Iggy Azalea This bass-heavy track is perfect for the film’s soundtrack and combines two of the hottest hip hop artists into one track.
6. “My Angel” by Prince Royce This melodic hit features a Latin flare and a strong probability of dancing. The official video combines film clips with a separate storyline of its own.
7. “See You Again” by Wiz Khalifa feat. Charlie Puth This beautiful track combines hip hop and melody for music that seems like it was written specifically in remembrance of Paul Walker. This tearjerker rings true for anyone you’ve loved and lost.
8. “Payback” by Juicy J, Keven Gates, Future & Sage the Gemini “Payback” is a great driving track and will definitely get your heart racing. The song definitely fits the feel of the film.
9. “Blast Off” by David Guetta & Kaz James The track has a heavy guitar riff but is still the dance sound Guetta is known for.
10. “Six Days [Remix]” by DJ Shadow feat. Mos Def This track is a dubstep heavy electronic dance music (EDM) song and certainly ties in with the film.
11. “Ay Vamos” by J Balvin feat. French Montana & Nicky Jam This mellow Spanish track is mixed with English rap for a great track for the movie.
12. “GDFR [Noodles Remix]” by Flo Rida feat. Sage the Gemini & Lookas This hip hop dance track features Flo Rida’s signature Miami sound and stands for “Going Down For Real.”
13. “Turn Down For What” by DJ Snake & Lil John This dubstep track and its insane video have been making waves for over a year. The high-energy track is perfect for the soundtrack.
14. “Meneo” by Fito Blanko “Meneo” is a high energy Latin dance song and is great for the film.
15. “I Will Return” by Skylar Grey Skylar Grey is known for her dance music and this track brings it without any vocals.
16. Bonus Track: “Whip” by Famous to Most What’s a car soundtrack without a song specifically about cars? The song fits right in.
The album is available now! Pick it up early to prepare for the release of Furious 7 in theaters on April 3, 2015.