Sean Paul & Konshens Featured On “Fast & Furious 9” Soundtrack

Fast 9 soundtrack | via Atlantic
Latin American influences have resonated in the Fast and Furious franchise from its inception, and the music has always followed suit. pic.twitter.com/nSqcW1JE5d
— KONSHENS (@konshens) May 26, 2021

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Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) NLE Choppa, Don Toliver, and Lil Baby retain their spots on the official soundtrack, which was recently revealed. Sean Paul and Konshens are among the star-studded lineup for Fast 9 soundtrack. In 2003, “Deport Them” which was produced by Tony Kelly, appeared in the 2 Fast 2 Furious movie. movie gonna be ???? Fast 9’s arrival was delayed for a year due to the onset of the coronavirus, but during that time, fans were kept at bay with music from the Road To Fast 9 mixtape. While Sean Paul has not promoted his place on the project, Konshens took to social media to highlight his recent success. Vin Diesel, Tyrese Gibson, and John Cena are all set to deliver the wow factor, as Diesel, who plays the character of Dom, battles his brother. They are joined by a host of other rappers, including Kevin Gates, Lil Durk, Latto, Rico Nasty, Skepta, Pop Smoke, Juicy J, Trippie Redd, Offset, the late King Von, Jack Harlow, 24kGoldn, Ty Dolla $ign, and Lil Tecca. Universal Studio’s F9: The Fast Saga is expected to bring the same high energy, seat gripping, popcorn spilling type of action that has defined childhood for approximately two decades. Catch me on the #f9 soundtrack with @JQuiles @DalexMusic track called “REAL”. Check out the tweet below. The project featured tracks from many of hip hop’s biggest names such as Lil Baby, NBA Youngboy, Don Toliver, Wiz Khalifa, Toosii, NLE Choppa, Tyga, and Mozzy. Fast and Furious 9 is expected to hit theatres on June 25, and dancehall and reggae fans should be in for a treat when they hear the voices of Sean Paul and Konshens who are both included on the movie’s soundtrack. Konshens finds himself among an interesting blend of American Urbano singer Dalex and Reggaeton singer Justin Quiles, as they perform a track simply titled “REAL.” Sean Paul is joined by Dominican entertainers Dixson Waz and Murci for a song titled “Exotic Race.” This is not the first time that Sean Paul’s work has been included in the franchise.