Listen to three new Wakanda Forever tracks from Tems, Amaarae, and Santa Fe Klan

        On Saturday, Marvel Studios dropped a teaser for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, the long-awaited Black Panther sequel set to premiere nationwide in November. Marvel has now shared the Wakanda Forever Prologue EP, a three-track sampler curated by the film score’s composer, Ludwig Göransson. It opens with a cover of Bob Marley and the Wailers’ iconic “No Woman No Cry” by Nigerian singer Tems, a rendition that plays during the recently released preview. The other two tracks are from Ghanaian artist Amaarae and <a target="_new" href="https://www.instagram.com/santa_fe_klan_473/?hl=en" rel="noopener">Santa Fe Klan</a>, a rapper from Guanajuato, Mexico.














        The first Black Panther movie, released in 2018 and starring Chadwick Boseman in its titular role, featured a stacked soundtrack curated by Kenrick Lamar. Production of the forthcoming film was stalled when Boseman died tragically of colon cancer in 2020. It finally wrapped in late March of this year. Other than the new tape, no information has been released regarding its music.
















        Listen to the Wakanda Forever Prologue EP and read a statement on the mini-project from Göransson and director Ryan Coogler below.

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