Space Jam 2: A New Legacy released earlier this year on 16th July in the U.S. Now fans are wondering about the iconic soundtrack of the movie.

The soundtrack for the animated sports comedy film was composed by Kris Bowers, who was originally set to co-compose alongside the legend, Hans Zimmer. However, in April 2020 it was reported that Bowers would receive role credit.

The soundtrack was officially released on 9th July 2021, a few days before the film dropped and is under the label of ‘Republic’ and ‘WaterTower Music’, with some big named artists having worked on it.

So, what songs feature on the soundtrack?

Space Jam: A New Legacy – Trailer 2

Space Jam: A New Legacy – Trailer 2

Space Jam 2: Soundtrack explored

There are 16 songs in total. The song titles and artists are:

  1. We Win – Lil Baby & Kirk Franklin.
  2. Control The World – 24kGoldn (feat. Lil Wayne).
  3. See Me Fly – Chance the Rapper (feat. John Legend & Symba).
  4. Hoops – Saweetie (feat. Salt-N-Pepa & Kash Doll).
  5. Pump Up The Jam – Lil Uzi Vert.
  6. Just For Me – SAINt JHN (feat. SZA).
  7. Crowd Go Crazy – John Legend.
  8. Mercy – Jonas Brothers.
  9. Gametime – Lil Tecca & Aminé.
  10. About That Time – Dame D.O.L.L.A., G-Eazy, P-Lo & White Dave.
  12. Settle The Score – Cordae & DUCKWRTH.
  13. Goin’ Looney – Big Freedia.
  14. Shoot My Shot – Joyner Lucas.
  15. My Guy – Leon Bridges.
  16. The Best – Anthony Ramos.

The total run time of the soundtrack is 47 minutes and 41 seconds.

Where to listen to the soundtrack is explained

The soundtrack featuring all 16 songs are available on Spotify and Apple Music.

To use Spotify or Apple Music’s services, fans will have to subscribe. Apple Music starts at £4.99 a month for students and £9.99 a month for individual accounts. The types of subscriptions they have available can be seen here.

Spotify subscriptions start at £5.99 a month, with the individual costing £9.99 a month. A breakdown of their plans and costs can be seen here. Alternatively, fans will be able to find the songs on YouTube. Soundtrack below:

Kris Bowers personal life and career revealed

Kris Bowers is an American composer and pianist well known for his work in TV, films and video games. He was born on 5th April 1989 in Los Angeles, California, U.S.

Bowers’ father is a film and TV writer and his mother an executive at DirecTV. His first credited role as a composer was in ‘Little Big Kid’ (2010).

He has since been listed in 40 titles as a composer and over 5 in the Music Department. Other titles you might recognise his work on include:

  • For the People (2018-2019).
  • Dear White People (2017-2019).
  • Raising Dion (2019).
  • When They See Us. (2019).
  • Bridgerton (2020).
  • Space Jam: A New Legacy (2021).
  • Respect (2021).
  • King Richard (post-production 2021).

Fans can see more of Bowers’ works here.