The film achieved what was previously thought impossible: to make us anxious about its premiere even more. Billie Eilish on her latest single “What Was I Made For?” has announced, which will be written in Greta Gerwig’s film.
,Yes, he did a James Bond theme once. but it’s barbie!” says the Gizmodo website. “‘‘Barbie: The Album’ is the soundtrack to the film The Pink Adventure starring Margot Robbie. After previous releases of bubbly, plasticky tracks like Nicki Minaj and Ice Spice’s ‘Barbie World’ and Dua Lipa’s ‘Dance the Night Away,’ we’re back with ‘What Was I Made For?’ But enthused by Eilish’s introspective lyrics. After all, Barbie’s in an existential crisis“, according to Gizmodo. The track, featuring Billy and his brother, Phineas, a frequent collaborator on his songs, is set to be released on July 13.
In her post, Eilish revealed in capital letters: “We made this song for Barbie and it means the whole world to me. This film will change his life and I hope the music will change too. prepare for solution, Music producer Mark Ronson (Bruno Mars ‘Uptown Funk’) crafted “Barbie: The Album,” which features an impressive roster of artists and a little Kennergy to explore the world of Barbie (Ryan Gosling has a song, It definitely is). “Barbie” and “Barbie: The Album” will be released on July 21.
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The soundtrack is a mix of stars and genres with a general dance-pop feel. The artists featured on the album were announced on May 25, and the list includes Ava Max, Charli XCX, Dominik Fike, Fifty Fifty, Gayle, Haim, Ice Spice, Kali, Karol G, Khaled, Lizzo, Nicki Minaj, Pinkpantheres, Tame Are included. The film stars Ryan Gosling and Dua Lipa alongside Impala and Kid LaRoi.
The song featuring Dua Lipa was the first single from the album. Disco-pop Mermaid’s “Dance the Night”, released on May 26, sounds like a 70s cut of “Future Nostalgia”, with a string melody and syncopated rhythm. The song was first released on Dua Lipa’s social media with a glimpse of Barbie’s feet, which was later released by the singer herself.
Cover photo: Margot Robbie and Billie Eilish. Playback/Getty Images
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