Dear White People Soundtrack Ft. Hopsin, Caught A Ghost, Kilo Kish +More Coming Soon From Lakeshore Records!

The movie isn’t just decent – it’s incredibly entertaining. There are a lot of moving parts that contribute to what ultimately makes the movie work. These include the movie’s distinct visual language, a great soundtrack, and a stellar ensemble featuring Teyonah Parris (proving that she is horribly underused on Mad Men), Brandon P Bell, and Tyler James Williams. –Indiewire

 

Lakeshore Records is excited to release the soundtrack to Director Justin Simien’s indie film, Dear White People!  The movie soundtrack features various artists: Hopsin, Caught A Ghost, Kilo Kish, Starchild & The New Romantic, Andy Allo, Leonard Friend, Kissey, BC Kingdom, Sunni Colon, Sean Wyze and Poetik Force, D. German and Mibbs.  Dear White People is in select theaters this Friday, October 17 (check showtimes) and everywhere on October 24!  Stay tuned for more soundtrack details.

More About The Actors of Dear White People 

Lakeshore Records presents Dear White People (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Various Artists

Track Listing

Dear White People (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Various Artists

  1. Mr. Blackman – Hopsin
  2. Get Your Life – Caught A Ghost
  3. Goldmine – Kilo Kish
  4. Relax – Starchild & The New Romantic
  5. Stalker – Andy Allo
  6. Holograms – Leonard Friend
  7. Forget – Kissey
  8. Lock Up – BC Kingdom
  9. Temple – Sunni Colon
  10. Believe In God – Blackface, Sean Wyze and Poetik Force
  11. The Drum – D. German
  12. No New Leaders – Mibbs
  13. Sleeping At Night (Dear White People Remix) – Caught A Ghost


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Dear White People opens this Friday, October 17 (check show times).

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