Diana Ross shared a snippet of the new track 'Turn Up The Sunshine', which features Tame Impala, which will be featured in the new kids' movie.
St. Vincent covers Lipps Inc.'s "Funkytown", Phoebe Bridgers covers "Goodbye to Love", Caroline Polachek covers "Bang Bang", and Kali Uchis' covers bossa nova staple "Desafinado."
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Earlier this week, posters teasing a collaboration between Diana Ross, Tame Impala and producer Jack Antonoff were spotted around London.
The poster is very 70s-inspired and has lots of colourful cartoon imagery alongside the slew of A-list names, and a small cartoon 'Minion' from the Despicable Me movie franchise is visible in the poster next to Diana Ross' name.
Sorry but WHAT is this Tame Impala x Diana Ross thing (featuring a lot of amazing people)? pic.twitter.com/pNXFGuNNpe— Rob Copsey (@RobCopsey) May 7, 2022
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Jack Antonoff also worked on Diana Ross' comeback album 'Thank You' which was released last year.
This film appears to follow Gru, the main character of the series, as a child in the '70s.
The 70s-inspired soundtrack for ‘Minions: The Rise of Gru’ by Jack Antonoff will reportedly feature new music from Diana Ross, Tame Impala, H.E.R., Jackson Wang, Brittany Howard, Phoebe Bridgers, Kali Uchis, Weyes Blood, Caroline Polachek, St. Vincent, Brockhampton and more. pic.twitter.com/vcoLL909Xc— Film Updates (@FilmUpdates) May 9, 2022
Check out the snippet from Tame Impala and Diana Ross' track 'Turn Up The Sunshine' below.
Full tracklist of the upcoming Minions: The Rise of Gru soundtrack can be seen here:
01 Diana Ross: “Turn Up The Sunshine” [ft. Tame Impala]
02 Brittany Howard: “Shining Star” [ft. Verdine White] (Earth, Wind & Fire)
03 St. Vincent: “Funkytown” (Lipps Inc.)
04 Brockhampton: “Hollywood Swinging” (Kool & the Gang)
05 Kali Uchis: “Desafinado” (Stan Getz & Joao Gilberto)
06 Caroline Polachek: “Bang Bang” (Nancy Sinatra)
07 Thundercat: “Fly Like an Eagle” (Steve Miller Band)
08 Phoebe Bridgers: “Goodbye to Love” (The Carpenters)
09 Bleachers: “Instant Karma!” (John Lennon)
10 Weyes Blood: “You’re No Good” (Linda Ronstadt)
11 Gary Clark Jr.: “Vehicle” (The Ides of March)
12 H.E.R.: “Dance to the Music” (Sly and the Family Stone)
13 Tierra Whack: “Black Magic Woman” (Santana)
14 Verdine White: “Cool”
15 Jackson Wang: “Born to Be Alive” (Patrick Hernandez)
16 The Minions: “Cecilia” (Simon & Garfunkel)
17 G.E.M.: “Bang Bang” (Nancy Sinatra)
18 RZA: “Kung Fu Suite”
19 Heitor Pereira: “Minions: The Rise of Gru Score Suite”
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