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The Fast and Furious films have always been paired with pulse-pounding rap classics, and here are 10 of the series ‘ most iconic tracks, ranked. The Fast and The Furious film franchise seems to grow bigger with every fresh episode, boasting extraordinary carry through sequences and big-budget ensemble casts. even the soundtracks of these films bring together several popular artists, specially in the hip-hop and pop genres .
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And, over clock, some of these songs have gained an iconic status. For case, the titular song in Tokyo Drift ( by Teriyaki Boyz ) is more applaud than the film itself. Don Omar and Lucenzo ‘s “ Danza Kuduro ” was not released in the first place for Fast Five, but its usage on the movie made it synonymous with the franchise. then, of class, “ See You Again ” added a significantly emotional reach to Furious 7.

10 Rest Of My Life: Fast & Furious 6

Ludacris in the video for Rest of My Life
Rapper-turned-actor Ludacris has been playing Tej Parker since 2 Fast 2 Furious, a film that besides featured his iconic murder “ Act A Fool. ” “ Rest of My Life ” is an EDM-influenced feel-good anthem that finds Ludacris stressing on working hard and then living life like there ‘s no tomorrow .
Usher, who had previously collaborated with Ludacris on “ Yeah, ” helms the refrain while french DJ David Guetta handles the instrumental hook. even though it was released as a single from the album Ludaversal, “ Rest of My Life ” plays in the close credits of Fast & Furious 6, continuing the swerve of optimistic ending songs in the franchise .

9 All Roads Lead Home: Hobbs & Shaw

Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham in Hobbs and Shaw
Serving as a standalone venture for characters Luke Hobbs ( Dwayne Johnson ) and Deckard Shaw ( Jason Statham ), Hobbs & Shaw had a multi-genre soundtrack that seemed to focus more on electro-house and rock along with the common acid of hip-hop. In this context, rapper Ohana Bam ‘s “ All Roads Lead Home ” stands for the family-related themes that the film ‘s second one-half presents .
As Hobbs heads back to his childhood home in Samoa after years, he reunites with his estrange brother as they plan to team up to defeat the terrorist Brixton Lore ( Idris Elba ) and his forces. The sung plays as the supporter ‘s Samoan peers prepare for war, making for a rousing anthem .
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8 Hey Ma: The Fate Of The Furious

Official single art for Hey Ma by J Balvin, Pitbull, and Camila Cabello
Continuing the tradition of using spanish songs in the soundtracks, the one-eighth installment opens with a lead called “ Hey Ma ” that brings together rapper Pitbull, pop/R & B singer Camila Cabello, and reggaeton artist J Balvin. available in both Spanish and English versions, “ Hey Ma ” is an easygoing sexual love song as Balvin and Cabello croon on being infatuated with each other. Pitbull, on the early hand, stresses his Cuban roots while describing a full of life set in the country .
interestingly, as Pitbull revealed in an interview, the song was initially recorded with Britney Spears and Romeo Santos before his new-age collaborators stepped in .

7 We Own It: Fast & Furious 6

Wiz Khalifa and 2 Chainz performing on stage
A chart-topping single from Fast & Furious 6, “ We Own It ” captures the adrenaline-fueled perfume of the film. From Fast Five onwards, the franchise went beyond the street-racing territory and went on to increase its telescope to even larger storylines. however, be it a armed robbery in Brazil or a nuclear war in Iceland, high-speed cable car chases have constantly formed a crucial part of this cinematic universe, and “ We Own It ” sums it up .
Rappers Wiz Khalifa and 2 Chainz boast of their courage and ‘ride or die ‘ attitude all through the song, with Khalifa ‘s hook being a celebrated highlight .

6 Good Life: The Fate Of The Furious

G-Eazy and Kehlani in the music video for Good Life
Kehlani and G-Eazy collaborated for good Life, a sung that perfectly fits with the traditional family scenes at the end of about all recent Fast and Furious films. similar to “ Rest of My Life, ” “ good life ” is a celebratory tune that allows both artists to surely show off the successful lives they lead .
At the like time, they besides seem to encourage listeners to follow their intuition and stick with their ‘day ones ‘ to make it big in liveliness. Dominic Toretto ‘s ( Vin Diesel ) crew similarly has been together since the start with every penis having each other ‘s back .

5 I Will Return: Furious 7

Cover art for Furious 7 OST
While angry 7 ‘s “ See You Again ” is the most popular track from the album, even Skylar Grey lent her voice for a ballad dedicated to the former Paul Walker. While the former largely conveys the perspective of Vin Diesel and the other draw members, Grey ‘s “ I Will Return ” seems to be written from the position of Walker himself. The track is haunting testimony of a person who has left their love ones but wishes to come back .
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Brimming with lamentation equally well as hope, “ I Will Return ” is one of the more introspective songs from the Furious 7 soundtrack .

4 Danza Kuduro: Fast Five

ego Calderon and Don Omar in the final scenes of Fast Five
Puerto Rican reggaeton artist Don Omar has had a long history with the movie series, a musical relationship that dates back to Tokyo Drift when he dropped Conteo and Bandoleros. In Fast Five, he evening shared an acting credit as Rico Santos while his Portrugese-Spanish dance hit ” Danza Kuduro ” plays in the final scenes of the film.

The song, which besides features vocals from Lucenzo, plays over a arrant collage that shows the activities of Dom and his team after the third base act ‘s heist. Splitting the money and going their break ways, each one of the crew members seems to have a glad ending, and “ Danza Kuduro ” seems to be a match chase for these utopian scenarios .

3 Act A Fool: 2 Fast 2 Furious

Ludacris in the video for Act A Fool
Ludacris ‘ single from 2 Fast 2 Furious is a time capsule of sorts. His flow evokes the head-bobbing energy of his old albums, while the accompanying music video recording would offer nostalgia to diehard fans of the series. Ludacris drives in flashy-colored cars, speeding and drifting them to perfection. It offers a dim-witted glimpse at the world of Fast & Furious, a franchise that was once just content with drag race and 2000s hip-hop .
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Act A Fool earned Ludacris a Grammy nomination for Best Song Written for Visual Media, a feat that would former be repeated by Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth for See You Again .

2 Tokyo Drift: Tokyo Drift

Tokyo Drift
Tokyo Drift is the magnum musical composition of the japanese hip-hop group Teriyaki Boyz, garnering a cult status over the years. Teriyaki Boyz ‘s ardent flows aside, the song is besides iconic for its production, peculiarly the cowbell-like instrumentality. It ‘s an ambitious crossover voter on its own as the production was handled by The Neptunes, the production couple of Pharell Williams and Chad Hugo .
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primitively featured in the drifting scenes from the film, Tokyo Drift has been used in countless racing video edits and continues to stay relevant. nowadays, hip-hop artists ranging from Pusha T to Rich Brian continue to remix or sample it .

1 See You Again: Furious 7


Paul Walker ‘s premature end was naturally a jolt for the industry. With walker posthumously appearing in the series ‘ one-seventh installment, “ See You Again ” served as a touching tribute to the deep actor. Wiz Khalifa, a regular musical guest on the Fast and Furious films, pours out his emotions while rapping about genuine friendships, making allusions to Vin Diesel and Walker ‘s on-screen/off-screen bind .
The birdcall decidedly served its purpose and moved listeners all over the worldly concern while besides establishing featured singer Charlie Puth ‘s career, who was n’t a mainstream as he is right immediately. Puth ‘s piano presentation and soulful chorus continue to hold goosebump-inducing melancholia .
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