Here's what we've all been waiting for!
After months of speculation, it's officially confirmed that two of our favourites, BeyoncÃ© and Lana Del Rey, will be participating in the The Great Gatsby soundtrack.
It was first rumoured that Bey would be participating in the soundtrack a few days ago, when an inside source from Interscope leaked that she would be dueting with rapper AndrÃ© 3000 on a cover of Amy Winehouse's 'Back to Black'. It was said that the song will be presented in an entirely different way to the original, which seems true: Bey's cover of the song is a sultry, sparse R&B production similiar to Drake's recent work.
Meanwhile, Lana Del Rey is performing the hugely anticipated 'Will You Still Love Me?' for the album. We originally reported that Lana would be working on the soundtrack a few weeks ago, after she Tweeted out the simple phrase 'GATSBY'. The song, produced by Rick Nowels, was originally written for Lana's Paradise album before being left off the final tracklisting for unknown reasons. Fans will be glad to hear a finished snippet of the song during the trailer, with the final song to come soon!
The third song we hear is an as-of-yet untitled song from British act Florence + The Machine. The song features Florence's swooping vocals and trademark dramatic drums, and is sure to be a hit amongst fans of the band.
The trailer also confirms that many other notable musicians will be working on the soundtrack. It confirms that Jay-Z, as previously reported, will be on the album after his collaboration with Kanye West, 'No Church in the Wild', was featured in the original trailer. Gotye, Emili Sande, and the xx are all also featured on the album.
MoreÂ surprisingÂ additions include singers such as will.i.am and Fergie from The Black Eyed Peas, Goonrock from LMFAO and indie rocker Sia.
So far, there's no news on when the soundtrack will be released, although it can be expected before the movie's premiere in May.
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