The-Dream, John Legend, Nicki Minaj To Be On ‘Fifty Shades Darker’ OST

blame it on Meka January 11, 2017

Without delving too much into my personal life, I actually caught the film Fifty Shades Of Grey for the first time recently, as it aired on one of the movie channels I (over) pay for every month. How do I say this…

That was it!? I’ve seen more sexually explicit (and entertaining) scenes on reruns of Zane’s The Jump Off than that movie. If that was supposed to be a representative of “kinky” for some, I’m just going to assume that those same people don’t season their chicken before they cook it; they just toss it in the oven and “good luck, everybody!”

Regardless, the 2015 film adaptation for E. L. James’ novel was a financial success (to the tune of nearly $600 million dollars at the box office), and its sequel will be released on February 10th. As such, an accompanying soundtrack will also release alongside the movie. Like The Weeknd (whose “Earned It” nabbed him an Oscar nomination) on the original, the likes of John Legend, The-Dream, Corrine Bailey Rae, Nicki Minaj, Tove Lo, and several others will make appearances throughout the soundtrack. However, Miguel‘s take on Beyoncé’s “Crazy In Love” — found in the Fifty Shades Darker trailer — is curiously omitted. The tracklisting can be seen below.

  1. Zayn & Taylor Swift – “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever (Fifty Shades Darker)”
  2. Halsey – “Not Afraid Anymore”
  3. JRY – “Pray” f. Rooty
  4. Tove Lo – “Lies in the Dark”
  5. Toulouse – “No Running From Me”
  6. John Legend – “One Woman Man”
  7. The-Dream – “Code Blue”
  8. Nick Jonas & Nicki Minaj – “Bom Bidi Bom”
  9. Sia – “Helium”
  10. Kygo – “Cruise” f. Andrew Jackson
  11. Corrine Bailey Rae – “The Scientist”
  12. José James – “They Can’t Take That Away From Me”
  13. JP Cooper – “Birthday”
  14. The Avener – “I Need a Good One” f. Mark Asari
  15. Joseph Angel – “Empty Pack of Cigarettes”
  16. Anderson East – “What Would It Take”
  17. Frances – “What Is Love?”
  18. Danny Elfman – “On His Knees”
  19. Danny Elfman – “Making It Real”