listen to the flamboyant soundtrack with Dua Lipa, Lizzo, Ryan Gosling…

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History tends to repeat itself. Just 15 years ago, moviegoers had a choice between “The Dark Knight” and “Mamma Mia!”, released the same day at the cinema. It’s the same this week with the two most anticipated blockbusters of the year: “Barbie” and “Oppenheimer”. Two very different event films whose concordant release has been the source of a real phenomenon on social networks for several months. But it is without a doubt “Barbie” that is doing well. With cleverly orchestrated promotion, Greta Gerwig’s film with Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling is already a huge success around the world! Thanks to the message of the feature film, of course, but also thanks to a soundtrack with small onions…

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Rain of stars… but little consistency!

Indeed, producer Mark Ronson was chosen to concoct this soundtrack with a five-star cast since we hear Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa, Lizzo, Tame Impala, Charli XCX (“Speed ​​Drive”), HAIM, FIFTY FIFTY (“Barbie Dreams”) Nicki Minaj, Ava Max but also Ryan Gosling himself on the 17 tracks ready for success. It was Greta Gerwig and her husband Noah Baumbach, screenwriter of “Barbie”, who directly appealed to Mark Ronson. ” When I arrived with the instrumental which became “Dance the Night”, I felt quite free to create. I didn’t think “it must be the hit of the summer”. It was like I was really inspired by this movie. I wanted to give them something that has disco, but has an unexpectedly slightly harder edge. » indicates the author of the tube “Uptown Funk” to vulnerability.

While “Barbie” has been sold out in cinemas in France since Wednesday, the soundtrack arrives on streaming platforms this Friday and should logically be a hit. A soundtrack that begins with a bang with the excellent “Pink” by Lizzo, funky as you wish, before the disco-pop hit “Dance the Night” by Dua Lipa. But despite a huge cast, the album tends to lack consistency. Thus, we go from the pop of these first two titles to the rap of “BarbieWorld” sign Nicki Minaj and Ice Spice and the reggaeton of Karol G (“WATATI”), before returning to dance lands (“Man I Am” by Sam Smith) then psychedelics (Tame Impala). A heterogeneous mix of genres, especially since most songs don’t last more than two minutes.

Listen to the soundtrack of the movie “Barbie”:

The common point of these 17 songs is obviously to evoke, more or less explicitly, Barbie and her influence on the world. If we especially remember the titles of Lizzo (“Pink”), Dominic Fike (the solar “Hey Blondie”), Billie Eilish (the beautiful ballad “What Was I Made For?”) or HAIM (“Home”), there is no doubt that the one that will be talked about the most is the delirious “I’m Just a Ken” sung by Ryan Gosling, who did not lack self-mockery by slipping into the skin of this archetype of masculinity. ” Can you feel my Ken-energy? he launches in the middle of this song, which multiplies the breaks in tone, and which promises to become as cult as the film itself!

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