June 9, 2011

KRS-One, Talib Kweli, and K'NAAN featured on titled track from "Beat The World" Soundtrack [VIDEO]


More than just another film soundtrack, Beat the World is the coming together of some of the world’s most prominent conscious Hip Hop artists as part of a vision to build new social paradigms through music and film.

When Somalian born new-school rapper and World Cup ambassador K’NAAN joined forces with one of Hip Hop’s most respected founding fathers, KRS-One, to record the film’s title track “Hip Hop Nation”, they were on a mission: to represent the positive voice and power of the world’s largest music-based cultural movement – Hip Hop. In addition to creating an original voice for Beat the World, they created an anthem for the evolution of the global Hip Hop movement.

Listen to the soundtrack on Sound Cloud

“Hip Hop Nation” both drives the action of the film and emphasizes a shared underlying theme: we are all equal and united under one global movement, using music, dance and creativity to breakdown borders and stereotypes that may otherwise divide us.



We really like the title track of this film, but will it get radio airplay or is it destined to become the background track on Madden '12 or NBA 2K12?

Soundtrack available June 14th and the film will be out June 21 on Blu-Ray and DVD in the U.S.

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