Soundtrack For 'Elvis' is Packed With Iconic Musicians You Didn't Expect to Hear
If you thought your playlists were chaotic, wait until you see the 'Elvis' mix.
The upcoming 'Elvis ' biopic clearly includes not only rock'n'roll, as one might expect. The newly-released list of musicians that are going to be a part of the movie's soundtrack hint at the forthcoming heaven for our ears, no matter if you love good ol' classics or new school hip-hop.
Among those who will jump up on the 'Elvis' soundtrack are Eminem, Tame Impala, Diplo, Chris Isaak, Maneskin, Jake White, and even Doja Cat. The latter has already released the song 'Vegas' which is featured in the movie's soundtrack album, setting up a pretty audacious plank.
Other songs remain a mystery, aside from Maneskin's version of 'If I Can Dream' that has already been heard in the first trailer, and Kacey Musgraves upcoming cover of 'Can't Help Falling in Love'.
Fans seem to be especially excited to hear what Eminem will have to offer, with many people quickly recalling the iconic lyrics in 'Without Me', where Marshall claims he was "the worst thing since Elvis Presley to do black music so selflessly and use it to get [himself] wealthy".
Other artists listed on the 'Elvis' line-up include Austin Butler, Ann Nesby, Alton Mason, Denzel Curry, Ceelo Green, Gary Clark Jr, Pnau, Swae Lee, along with Stevie Nicks, Shonka Dukureh, and Yola.
'Elvis' is set to hit screens on June 24, predictably focused around the persona of Elvis Presley, who one may also know as the undisputed King of Rock'n'Roll.