It starts off with dialogue from Jamie Foxx, who is in the film and produced this track. This marks the first time Tarantino has commissioned original music for his films, and if this cut is any indication, he might want to consider doing it for his next film, too. The ominous track somehow manages to meld the director’s classic Western sensibilities (rusty guitars, whistles, church bells) with Rozay’s pounding thumps and snares without sounding completely ridiculous. In fact, it sounds pretty good! Hear it below.
Rick Ross — “100 Black Coffins”