7 Movie Songs That Should Have Made The Uncut Soundtrack
How many different ways can you tell a story? These seven artists have managed to put a twist on movie classics that we’ve grown to love. From clever fairytale rhymes to rocking action flicks, here’s a list of songs that should have made the movie soundtrack.
7. Die Hard - "Die Hard" by Guyz Nite
Want to relive 80s action flicks? Here’s your chance to be an American badass with Bruce Willis and Guyz Nite.
6. The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, Beauty and The Beast, Pocahontas - "After Ever After" by Paint
Jon Cozart gets to the truth of the matter with this track. Here lies the tale of what really happens to all those Disney princesses.
5. Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas - "Bat Country" by Avenged Sevenfold
Based on his novel with the same name, this story documents Raoul Duke and his attorney, Dr. Gonzo, on a drug filled journey to Las Vegas. Follow Avenged Sevenfold on their own desert journey to Sin City. “We can’t stop here, this is bat country,” Hunter S. Thompson.
4. Dumbo - "Pink Elephants VIP" by Daladubz
Not a lyrical song, but worth mentioning is Daladubz version of Pink Elephants on Parade. Widely known for being played by Bassnectar during his live sets, here’s a little reminder of just how trippy Disney movies really are.
3. Harry Potter Series - "Black Magic" by Yung Mavu
A young rapper from Belgium, Young Mavu started with just the Harry Potter beat. He then went viral and dropped a full version of the song this past January.
2. The Wizard of Oz - "Low" By Todrick Hall featuring RuPaul
Yes, girl yes! It's time to bring out you inner Queen. If you don't know Todrick Hall, well now you do. This track is one of many featured on his visual album Straight Outta Oz which was rereleased earlier this month. Definitely worth checking out and not something I would sleep on.
1. The Lion King - "Lion King" by Lil Dicky
Lil Dicky, also known as LD, is a comedic rapper from Pennsylvania that decided to do rap in his own way. Most recently known for his song "Save Dat Money," this Disney track continues to showcase his talents as a lyrical genius.