Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Soundtrack
- Lift Me Up – Performed by Rihanna
- Love & Loyalty (Believe) – Performed by DBN Gogo, Sino Msolo, Kamo Mphela, Young Stunna, and Busiswa
- Alone – Performed by Burna Boy
- No Woman, No Cry – Performed by Tems
- Árboles Bajo El Mar – Performed by Vivir Quintana and Mare Advertencia Lirika
- Con La Brisa – Performed by Foudeqush and Ludwig Göransson
- La Vida – Performed by Snow Tha Product and E-40
- Interlude – Performed by Stormzy
- Coming Back For You – Performed by Fireboy DML
- They Want It, But No – Performed by Tobe Nwigwe and Fat Nwigwe
- Laayli’ kuxa’ano’one – Performed by ADN Maya Colectivo, Pat Boy, Yaalen K’uj, and All Mayan Winik
- Limoncello – Performed by OG DAYV and Future
- Anya Mmiri – Performed by CKay and PinkPantheress
- Wake Up – Performed by Bloody Civilian and Rema
- Pantera – Performed by Aleman and Rema
- Jele – Performed by DBN Gogo, Sino Msolo, Kamo Mphela, Young Stunna, and Busiswa 17. Inframundo – Performed by Blue Rojo
- No Digas Mi Nombre – Performed by Calle x vida and Foudeqush
- Mi Pueblo – Performed by Guadalupe de Jesús Chan Poot
- Born Again – Performed by Rihanna
- Black Messiah – Performed by Rakim
The intent was clear on this soundtrack, creating an immersive journey of sound and voice. WAr’s soundtrack seamlessly integrates the emotion and themes displayed visually on film into an audio experience. Opened and closed by Rihanna’s first two new songs in over six years, one of which has been nominated for a Golden Globe Award. Wakanda Forever’s soundtrack is a global feature showcasing talent from around the world.
Additional artist appearances include Tems, Burna Boy, Foudeqush, Stormzy, Future, Bloody Civilian, Fireboy DML, Snow Tha Product, Rema, and PinkPantheress among many others. Considering the emphasis on authenticity, composer/producer, Ludwig Göransson, and director, Ryan Coogler took trips to both Nigeria and Mexico City in order to learn from and create with regions represented on the soundtrack.
In summary of both the soundtrack and score for Wakanda Forever, this body of work is comprised of more than 40 singers and 250 musicians, in a geographical net that spans three continents and five countries.