The Lion King: Disney reveals full soundtrack

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25 June 2019

The soundtrack was composed by songs sung by Beyoncé, Childish Gambino, Seth Rogen, Elton John and many others. Find out more here.

It’s perhaps one of the most iconic soundtracks of all time and the live action remake could only follow its footsteps.


Disney has just revealed the entire soundtrack of The Lion King, which in Italy will be released on August 21 and in America on July 19, and is composed of 19 tracks.
To stand out the names of Beyoncé and Childish Gambino, voices of Nala and Simba, protagonists of the unforgettable “Can You Feel the Love Tonight“, a song that you can listen to in the last trailer released yesterday.

The protagonist of the famous song “Hakuna Matata” will be Seth Rogen, to the composer Hans Zimmer instead one of the major efforts, 7 of the songs are signed by him.
Elton John doesn’t get “Circle of Life“, but “Never Too Late” and we are curious about the track number 14 that hasn’t been revealed yet.
Will it be a solo by Beyoncé? A second surprise song by Elton John?

The Lion King (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack):
1. Lindiwe Mkhize/Lebo M – “Circle of Life/Nants’ Ingonyama”
2. Hans Zimmer – “Life’s Not Fair”
3. Hans Zimmer – “Rafiki’s Fireflies”
4. JD McCrary/Shahadi Wright Joseph/John Oliver – “I Just Can’t Wait to Be King”
5. Hans Zimmer – “Elephant Graveyard”
6. Chiwetel Ejiofor – “Be Prepared (2019 Version)”
7. Hans Zimmer – “Stampede”
8. Hans Zimmer – “Scar Takes the Throne”
9. Billy Eichner/Seth Rogen/JD McCrary/Donald Glover – “Hakuna Matata”
10. Hans Zimmer – “Simba Is Alive!”
11. Billy Eichner/Seth Rogen – “The Lion Sleeps Tonight”
12. Beyoncé/Donald Glover/Billy Eichner/Seth Rogen – “Can You Feel the Love Tonight”
13. Hans Zimmer – “Reflections of Mufasa”
14. TBA
15. Hans Zimmer – “Battle for Pride Rock”
16. Hans Zimmer -“Remember”
17. Elton John – “Never Too Late”
18. Lebo M – “He Lives in You”
19. Lebo M- “Mbube”

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