Marvel’s "Black Panther" Continues Dominance Streak With 2 Grammys

Marvel’s "Black Panther" Continues Dominance Streak With 2 Grammys


Marvel’s Black Panther continues to forge a powerful path. With the potential for making Oscar historical past looming in mere weeks, many have come to view the acclaimed movie as a chunk of cinematic historical past. Not solely has it confirmed to be a box-office hit, nevertheless it additionally marks Kendrick Lamar‘s first foray into soundtrack curation, a famous ceremony of passage for celebrity rappers. While Black Panther: The Album was nominated for eight awards, it in the end ended up taking house two. One for Best Score Soundtrack For Visual Media, which went to composer Ludwig Göransson, and one for the Jay Rock, Future, and Kendrick Lamar led “King’s Dead.”

Marvel's "Black Panther" Continues Dominance Streak With 2 Grammys

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Despite going two out of eight, it nonetheless looks like a giant win for the Black Panther franchise. The soundtrack alone makes it essentially the most hip-hop adjoining Marvel property, although some purists might make a wholesome argument for Luke Cage. Actually, provided that Method Man, Ghostface, Jadakiss, and Rakim all pop up in Luke Cage, let’s name Black Panther a runner up. Still, the extra the merrier, particularly on this context. 

It’s completely doable that “All The Stars” fares higher on the Oscars, the place it is up for greatest unique tune. All he has to do is get by way of Lady Gaga, who many have already deemed the favourite. Either method, respect to the Black Panther workforce for this one!