By Carla St. Louis
Rick Ross’ music is no longer limited to the hood, thankyouverymuch.
Young Jeezy’s nemesis, is apparently popular with the Hollywood sect as well. The Boss’ track, “100 Coffins” just landed a spot on the soundtrack of Quentin Tarantino’s gore-heavy, slave-western film, Django Unchained.
The feature blockbuster (c’mon, it’s a Tarantino flick), stars Jamie Foxx as a recently freed slave turnt bounty killer who gets the pleasure of hunting white folks during America’s slavery era. While, Kerry Washington plays his still enslaved wife and Samuel L. Jackson is the token house Negro. Somewhere, Leonardo DiCaprio plays a wealthy Southern gentleman.
But I digress.
Ross’ track is also featured in the official trailer for the film (fast-forward to the 00:32 mark).
Here’s the soundtrack’s full track listing:
- Django (Main Theme) – Luis Bacalov, Rocky Roberts
- The Braying Mule – Ennio Morricone
- In That Case, Django, After You…
- Lo Chiamavano King (His Name Is King) – Luis Bacalov, Edda Dell’orso
- Freedom – Anthony Hamilton & Elayna Boynton
- Five-Thousand-Dollar N*gga’s And Gummy Mouth Bitches
- La Corsa (2nd Version) – Luis Bacalov
- Sneaky Schultz And The Demise Of Sharp
- I Got A Name – Jim Croce
- I Giorni Dell’ira – Riz Ortolani
- 100 Black Coffins – Rick Ross
- Nicaragua – Jerry Goldsmith Featuring Pat Metheny
- Hildi’s Hot Box
- Sister Sara’s Theme – Ennio Morricone
- Ancora Qui – Ennio Morricone And Elisa
- Unchained (The Payback/Untouchable) – James Brown And 2pac
- Who Did That To You? – John Legend
- Too Old To Die Young – Brother Dege
- Stephen The Poker Player
- Un Monumento – Ennio Morricone
- Six Shots Two Guns
- Trinity (Titoli) – Annibale E I Cantori Moderni