Sophy Ziss
February 15, 2018 3:38 pm

We’re right around the corner from Black Panther‘s long-awaited theatrical debut. The fierce new Marvel film is groundbreaking in every imaginable way, and this includes the incredible soundtrack. If you haven’t heard it, your ears are in for a real treat. You can listen to the Black Panther soundtrack in so many ways already, and march into the theater ready to rock.

So, here’s how you can find the soundtrack to Black Panther, which is curated *and* executive produced by GRAMMY nominee Kendrick Lamar.

Can you stream the Black Panther soundtrack? Oh, yes you can.

A few singles were released individually, to amp up excitement for the movie and companion album. On February 9th, it was released worldwide. You can stream the Black Panther soundtrack on Spotify, TIDAL, and Apple Music right now. You can also purchase a digital version of the album on iTunes, and stream it through Amazon Music with the right subscription. If you want to kick it old school with a CD, you can grab that through Amazon as well. Vinyl collector types will have to wait a little longer, as Black Panther soundtrack records (and cassette tapes!) are on the way too.

“All The Stars,” was the first single released from the Black Panther soundtrack, and it is a hundred million fire emojis. Check out the video below if you’re not convinced.

But it’s not *just* this track.  The soundtrack is 100% as good as everyone’s telling you it is. It was put together by Kendrick Lamar and includes music by Lamar himself, though it also features artists like SZA, 2 Chainz, Schoolboy Q, Vince Staples, Travis Scott, The Weeknd and many more. So, yeah, it’s the definition of stacked. If there is too much of a good thing, you won’t find it on the Black Panther soundtrack.

TL;DR: The Black Panther soundtrack is streaming everywhere now. Listen to it. Love it. Be empowered by it. Boom.

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