Set to arrive on HBO Max and theaters simultaneously on July 16, is Lebron’S debut film ‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ which finds the NBA superstar playing for the life of his son and perhaps, his life as well. The film is a reboot of the Michael Jordan-led classic Space Jam, which hit theaters almost 25 years ago.
Republic Records and Warner Bros. Pictures have today shared the tracklist for the film’s soundtrack which features 16 songs and guest appearances from Chance The Rapper, Kash Doll, SZA, Lil Uzi Vert, SAINt JHN, G-Eazy, Joyner Lucas, 24kGoldn, Lil Wayne and more.
Apart from new music, the film will also see James debut his signature sneaker the ‘LeBron 19,’ so there are more than two things to be excited about.
“This is the first time we’ve ever really debuted a shoe in a movie,” said Jason Petrie, a senior footwear designer for Nike Basketball who’s overseen the designs of James’ last 13 signature models. “Every chance we get to work with LeBron and build a shoe for him, it’s an amazing opportunity.”
He continued, “Now, we get to combine with the amazing team at Warner Bros. … and that moviemaking magic and imagination. When you’re able to combine those two worlds, building a product within them was just an incredible opportunity and one that we took full advantage of. We were really excited to get outside the normal world of product creation and now exist in this alternate reality where LeBron is existing with the Tune Squad.”
‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ Tracklist:
1. ‘We Win’ – Lil Baby & Kirk Franklin
2. ‘Control The World’ – 24kGoldn (Feat. Lil Wayne)
3. ‘See Me Fly’ – Chance The Rapper (Feat. John Legend & Symba)
4. ‘Hoops’ – Saweetie (Feat. Salt-N-Pepa & Kash Doll)
5. ‘Pump Up The Jam’ – Lil Uzi Vert
6. ‘Just For Me’ – SAINt JHN (Feat. SZA)
7. ‘Crowd Go Crazy’ – John Legend
8. ‘Mercy’ – Jonas Brothers
9. ‘Gametime’ – Lil Tecca & Aminé
10. ‘About That Time’ – Dame D.O.L.L.A., G-Eazy, P-LO & White Dave
11. ‘MVP’ – BROCKHAMPTON
12. ‘Settle The Score’ – Cordae & DUCKWRTH
13. ‘Goin’ Looney’ – Big Freedia
14. ‘Shoot My Shot’ – Joyner Lucas
15. ‘My Guy’ – Leon Bridges
16. ‘The Best’ – Anthony Ramos
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