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The Best ‘Fast and Furious’ Songs, According to the Variety Staff

With “Fast 9” opening this weekend, another selection of tunes has been added to the “Fast and Furious” franchise. Ty Dolla $ign and Anitta are just two of the artists who have songs on the new soundtrack.

Over the years, the franchise has produced some unforgettable songs. From G-Eazy and Kehlani’s inescapable “Good Life” to “Furious 7” tearjerker “See You Again,” the movies continue to deliver hits that become pop culture sensations.

“See You Again” by Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth has made history, hitting over 5 billion streams on YouTube — one of only five songs to ever do so. It’s a bittersweet track in “Furious 7” as Dom (Vin Diesel) and Brian (the late Paul Walker) go on their last ride together. “See You Again” was nominated for three Grammys and a Golden Globe and won the Critics’ Choice Award for best song.

Below, the Variety staff picks out some of their favorite songs from the franchise.

“See You Again” by Wiz Khalifa, featuring Charlie Puth — “Furious 7”

“Furious 7” had the impossible job of providing Paul Walker’s Brian O’Conner with a proper farewell while also playing homage to the late actor who played him, but thankfully, the film had Charlie Puth’s plaintive falsetto and Wiz Khalifa’s heartfelt lyrics to help carry the emotional load. “It’s been a long day without you, my friend / and I’ll tell you all about it when I see you again” is a perfect sentiment for the friendship that parts ways in the film, and for the actor who left us far too soon.

“Blanco” by Pitbull ft. Pharrell Williams — “ Fast & Furious 4″

In the opening track of the fourth “Fast” installment, Pitbull delivers exactly what we’ve come to expect from him: an infectious party anthem. “Blanco” sets the stage for a high-octane adventure as the series welcomes the original “Fast” crew to the Dominican Republic. After an intense gas-tanker chase, the track’s booming bass invites the audience to peel back the curtain on the light-hearted side of Dom and Letty’s new life together following their escape from the U.S. Punctuated by a velvety-smooth verse from crooner Pharrell Williams, this earworm is the perfect pick to jump-start a full-throttle night out.

“Act a Fool” by Ludacris — “2 Fast 2 Furious”

You’d be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn’t rap “2 Fast, 2 Furious” when they read the movie title — and that’s all thanks to the opening lines of Ludacris’ platinum hit. When Chris “Ludacris” Bridges joined the “Fast Family” in the role of Tej, he didn’t just bring the heat on screen; he also took the L.A.-originated franchise to the Dirty South with his signature ATL flow. With lyrics like “You think 12 gon’ catch me? Gimme a break / I’m super-charged with the hideaway license plate,” this track went on to be nominated for a Grammy and peaked at No. 10 on the Billboard rap songs chart. Luda also co-executive produced the soundtrack under his Disturbing Tha Peace label.

“Tokyo Drift” by Teriyaki Boyz — “Tokyo Drift”

As “Tokyo Drift” shifted “The Fast and the Furious” franchise into a fresh direction by introducing a lineup of new characters, it only made sense that its main theme would stand out on its own too. Marking the most popular single from the Japanese hip-hop group Teriyaki Boyz, this tune features a catchy rhythm played on electronic steel drums that is sure to get the energy flowing. Hip-hop artists like Lil Yachty and Pusha T have also added to the song’s pop culture relevance by putting out their own remixes. It even inspired a TikTok trend where people slid across their wood floors or around a corner in their house while bumping the titular song in the background.

“I Will Return” by Skylar Gray – “Furious 7”


While “See You Again” is the somber tune that fans almost always associate with “Furious 7” and Walker’s shocking death, Skylar Gray’s overlooked single “I Will Return” is just as impactful. Kicking off with a melancholic piano solo that transitions into an enhancing guitar riff, the song is written from the perspective of someone who has died and left a loved one behind. Donning the forceful line “I will return, don’t you ever hang your head,” the song serves as a comforting reassurance for those struggling with a tragic death that they will reunite with those they loved once again.

“Danza Kuduro” by Don Omar ft. Lucenzo — “Fast Five”

In cinema, it’s hard to beat a well-earned montage. And in montage history, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a song more perfectly suited to a Brazilian vault heist and double-cross than the “Fast Five”-ending track and contender for catchiest song of all time “Danza Kuduro” by franchise star Don Omar and Lucenzo. In “Five,” the undeniably joyful reggaeton earworm plays over footage revealing how each member of the Fast Family used their share of the hard-earned riches. In a movie series without an instantly recognizable score, “Danza Kuduro” is an anthem for good times with the family you make along the way.

“Rollin’ (Urban Assault Vehicle)” by Limp Bizkit, DMX, Method Man and Redman — “The Fast and the Furious”

Before the enormous set pieces and monologues about family, the “Fast” saga was about down-and-dirty street racing. No band captured that sweaty, Red Bull-fueled ethos more than Limp Bizkit, a group which, at the time, was wheezing their last gasps of superstardom. Luckily, the verses are filled with contributions from rappers with far more staying power than Fred Durst, as the late DMX delivers some looney lyrics (“A tisket / a tasket / I really need my ass kicked”) while Meth and Red clown around.

“Pump It Up” by Joe Budden — “2 Fast 2 Furious”

From a bygone era where Joe Budden was known for rapping instead of podcasting, this Just Blaze classic put him on the map. With a bouncy beat that flipped a horn sample from Kool and the Gang’s “Soul Vibrations,” Budden’s club-ready anthem was the perfect accompaniment to the very 2000s animated end credits of “2 Fast 2 Furious.” As Sega Dreamcast-esque cars race through digital streets, “Pump It Up” acts as a time machine to a point when Paul Walker and Tyrese Gibson’s breezy energy was the series’ best special effect.

“We Own It” by Wiz Khalifa and 2 Chainz – “Fast and Furious 6”

“We Own It” from “Fast and Furious 6” is easily one of the catchiest songs in the impressive “Fast and Furious” universe. The lyrics from Wiz Khalifa and 2 Chainz perfectly embody the series’ themes of loyalty and family: “Stuck to the plan, always said that we would stand up, never ran/We the fam, and loyalty never change up.” It’s a perfect duet that needs to be cranked up with the windows down.

Good Life by Kehlani & G-Eazy — “The Fate of the Furious”

This song was played everywhere in the summer of 2017 when it was released  — and for good reason. It is, put simply, a banger. It’s an earworm that’s made for cracking open a Corona and enjoying a barbecue with the family.

Adam B. Vary, William Earl, Angelique Jackson, David Viramontes and Antonio Ferme contributed to this report.

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The Fast and the Furious (soundtrack)

This article is about the first 2001 soundtrack. For the second 2001 soundtrack, see More Fast and Furious. For the 2009 soundtrack, see Fast & Furious (soundtrack). For other soundtracks, see The Fast and the Furious § Soundtracks.

2001 soundtrack album by various artists

The Fast and the Furious: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the first of two soundtracks to Rob Cohen's 2001 action film The Fast and the Furious. It was released on June 5, 2001, via Murder Inc Records/Def Jam Recordings/Universal Music Group. Production was handled mostly by Irv Gotti, as well as twelve other record producers, including Channel 7, Damizza, Nick "Fury" Loftin and Swizz Beatz. It features contributions from the film star Ja Rule, along with Armageddon, Ashanti, Black Child, Boo & Gotti, Caddillac Tah, DMX, Faith Evans, Fat Joe, Funkmaster Flex, Limp Bizkit, Method Man, Nate Dogg, N.O.R.E., O-1, Petey Pablo, Redman, R. Kelly, Scarface, Shade Sheist, Tank and Vita. The album reached number seven on the Billboard 200, number five on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, and went platinum in 2002 in both the United States and Canada.

The lone single released from the soundtrack is "Put It On Me". Official music videos were done for "Put It On Me", "Furious" by Ja Rule, "POV City Anthem" by Cadillac Tah, "Good Life (Remix)" by Faith Evans and "Justify My Love" by Vita.

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What is the name of the opening song in 2 Fast 2 Furious. I don't think it's on the soundtrack and What is the song in the first Fast and Furious Movie, where the police is raiding that house, that song is also not on the soundtrack

mnk_21, June 19, 2003; 11:03 PM


Like a Pimp is performed by Lil Flip and David Banner

, December 6, 2003; 2:14 AM

the song when that raid the house is queens of the stone age ''you think im worth a dollar but i feel like a millionair''

tristantrimmier, January 30, 2008; 12:09 AM

too cool for me i love it!!

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14 Greatest Soundtrack Songs From the 'Fast & Furious' Franchise: Critic's Take

As one of the leading smashes from the first installment, The Fast & The Furious, Ja Rule gave us a banger that captured the film's high-octane spirit. His intense delivery and lyricism set the scene for an explosive ride through the gritty streets of Los Angeles. It’s no wonder that he, Irv Gotti, and The Murderers were chosen to lead the soundtrack because they provided the film with the fuel it needed to become a smash.

Sevyn Streeter "How Bad Do You Want It"
Furious 7 (2015)
Hot 100 Chart Peak: N/A

This sexy jam from the Furious 7 soundtrack features Sevyn Streeter recreating the elegant desert motif in the visual while she delivers an EDM-backed electro-pop tune. As part of one the finest soundtracks in the franchise, she masterfully makes her presence felt with her strong and passionate vocals.

Ludacris “Act A Fool”
2 Fast 2 Furious (2003)
Hot 100 Chart Peak: No. 32

Luda’s first entry in the Fast & Furious franchise was an outlandish banger that flooded the airwaves and MTV consistently back in ’03. This was also at the height of his career, when his Chicken-n-Beer album was making waves at the same time. The song and video were as colorful as the film, fitting the lighter, fun, but still furious tone.

Wiz Khalifa feat. Charlie Puth “See You Again”
Furious 7 (2015)
Hot 100 Chart Peak: No. 1

In the wake of the tragic death of leading man Paul Walker in 2013, the somber melody of this hip-hop ballad was an appropriate farewell tune that grew to become a smash. It beautifully captured all the tenderness that the closing moments of Furious 7 had, as well as the universal themes of saying goodbye to important people in your life, while reminiscing on the good times. "See You Again" continues to be a standout in the Furious catalog.

G-Eazy feat. Kehlani “Good Life”
The Fate Of The Furious (2017)
Hot 100 Chart Peak: N/A

If any more superheroes needed a theme song, they can call the Bay Area duo, G-Eazy and Kehlani, for an anthem. The lead single from The Fate of the Furious showcases the electric energy that draws from the Fast & Furious franchise. The pair's chemistry made for a captivating tune and an equally fire video.

Tyrese feat. Ludacris & R. Kelly “Pick Up the Phone”
2 Fast 2 Furious (2003)
Hot 100 Chart Peak: N/A

Before Travis Scott, Young Thug and Migos' Quavo offered their catchy track of the same name in 2016, Tyrese, Luda and Kellz teamed up in 2003 for “Pick Up the Phone," a summer-y song off the franchise's sequel, 2 Fast 2 Furious. In a lot of ways, it brought you right back to Ludacris' character Tej’s wet-and-wild pool parties in Miami with its vibrant production and solid verses. And, like the film's pool party scene itself, it’s a well-placed break from the heavier tracks on the Disturbing Tha Peace-led soundtrack.

Wiz Khalifa & 2 Chainz “We Own It”         
Fast & Furious 6 (2013)
Hot 100 Chart Peak: N/A

Wiz and 2 Chainz deliver an exhilarating performance on Fast & Furious 6 lead single "We Own It." The intense track brings you right into the action of the film’s heist and the characters' confrontation with Luke Hobbs (played by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson). 

Vita feat. Ashanti “Justify My Love”
The Fast & The Furious (2001)
Hot 100 Chart Peak: N/A
Even though this was never an official single from the O.G. Fast and Furious soundtrack, Vita and Ashanti’s take on Madonna's 1990 chart-topper is a standout that's slept on. “Justify My Love” soundtracked the film’s romantic moments between Brian O’Conner and Mia Toretto (Jordana Brewster). The track also finds Vita, aggressive female spitter of The I-N-C, in rare form as she lets listeners hear her more sensual side, with the help of Ashanti’s soft and airy vocals.

Pitbull feat. Pharrell “Blanco”
Fast & Furious (2009)
Hot 100 Chart Peak: N/A

Hitmakers Pitbull and Pharrell link up for one of the catchier tracks from the 2009 Fast & Furious album, along with its unique video shot from a first-person perspective. In ’09, both the film and soundtracks were regaining their footing, but the process began with some baby steps. And though it may have been a rocky reset for the franchise, lit singles such as this showed promise that the car-centric franchise would one day be the juggernaut it is today. 

Limp Bizkit, Method Man, Redman, Swizz Beatz, & DMX "Rollin’ (Urban Assault Vehicle)"
The Fast & The Furious (2001)
Hot 100 Chart Peak: N/A
Out of the more intense records throughout the franchise’s history, this one is top-five material. The original chart topper, “Rollin’ (Air Raid Vehicle)” was already an icon nu-metal smash, but with the help of Swizz Beatz, the Limp Bizkit cut morphs into an highly flammable and explosive tune. Meanwhile, Darkman X trades some extremely hard-hitting bars with the always electrifying tag team of Red and Meth. Fun Fact: “Rollin (Air Raid Vehicle)” was featured in the Fast & The Furious film while its hip-hop remix was only on the soundtrack.

Don Omar feat. Tego Calderon "Bandolero" 
The Fast & The Furious: Tokyo Drift
(2006) and Fast & Furious 6(2013)
The critically panned Tokyo Drift soundtrack and film marked the beginning of the series making a turn to include more reggaeton and electronic music to the franchise. There was perhaps no greater song to kick off the franchise's new musical era than this banger from reggaeton stars Don Omar and Tego Calderon. The brooding track doesn’t mess around as it captures the essence of Dom and his bandit crew perfectly, given the Fast & Furious 6 soundtrack's context. This is also the only song from the franchise that is featured on two different soundtracks.

Saliva "Click, Click, Boom"
More Fast & Furious(2001)
Hot 100 Chart Peak: N/A
“Click, Click, Boom” is an iconic nu-metal smash of the early 2000s. The extreme intensity from the M-Town band allows their radio smash mesh with The Fast & The Furious’ rugged and raw energy perfectly. It managed to amplify the film’s core sound, making it a perfect addition.

Ludacris feat. Usher & David Guetta "Rest of My Life"
Fast & Furious 6 (2013)
Hot 100 Chart Peak: No. 72 

As the FF series evolved to integrate more EDM, it proved to be the right move, as the shift in direction was responsible for incredible tunes such as this Luda contribution -- with the help of fellow ATLien, Usher, and EDM icon, David Guetta. The greatest thing about “Rest of My Life” is that it serves as an unofficial theme song to Dom and Brian’s crew, representing their unity. Like its successor, “Good Life," it’s a spirited song that captures everything we love about the FF squaf, especially the lighter moments of Fast & Furious 6. Plus, it's meant to be played at high volumes on Monday mornings.

Ja Rule feat. Lil Mo & Vita "Put It On Me" (Remix)
The Fast & The Furious (2001)
Hot 100 Chart Peak: No. 8 
This classic Ja Rule love song not only represented the romance of the first Fast film while capturing the urgency and vulnerability of the respective couples in the movie -- it was also one of R-U-L-E’s first batch of songs for the ladies. That success led into a string of crossover classics like “Mesmerize” and “Always On Time," and also helped Lil’ Mo become a hip-hp mainstay of the early '00s.


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