Just one day ahead of its official release, Atlantic Records has unveiled yet another explosive track from BRIGHT: THE ALBUM, the official companion to the upcoming Netflix blockbuster film BRIGHT from director David Ayer starring Will Smith and Joel Edgerton. “Crown” – which unites Billboard’s 2017 “Breakthrough Artist,” Camila Cabello with the rising LA-based platinum selling production duo Grey – was featured earlier today as Zane Lowe’s “World Record” on Beats 1 and is available now via all DSPs. BRIGHT: THE ALBUM arrives at all music retailers and streaming services on tomorrow, December 15th; BRIGHT premieres Friday, December 22nd around the globe on Netflix.
“Crown” follows a series of exclusive track releases heralding BRIGHT: THE ALBUM, including last week’s release of “Danger” which pairs Migos with masked producer Marshmello and is joined by an action-packed companion visual featuring never-before-seen footage from BRIGHT, streaming now HERE. The week prior saw the release of “Broken People” from Logic & Rag‘n’Bone Man, which arrived in tandem with an accompanying visualizer content piece created by the animators of BRIGHT’s opening title sequence, viewable HERE. “Broken People” was preceded by “Home” from the incomparable trio of Machine Gun Kelly, X Ambassadors & Bebe Rexha. The hit track is accompanied by a heart-warming companion video directed by acclaimed BRIGHT director David Ayer. The video, which features actual cast members including cops and orcs from BRIGHT, debuted on Thanksgiving Day and is streaming now at Atlantic Records’ official YouTube channel. Earlier this week, the trio performed the song on NBC’s The Voice. Before the release of “Home,” the first two tracks from BRIGHT: THE ALBUM: “World Gone Mad” by Bastille and “Darkside” by Ty Dolla $ign & Future (Feat. Kiiara) were revealed along with the album’s official track listing. The five tracks released thus far have amassed over 100 million global streams. All companion videos can currently be seen on Netflix in the anthology BRIGHT: THE MUSIC VIDEOS.
Last night, Grey, Bebe Rexha, Migos, Portugal. The Man and more artists came out to celebrate BRIGHT at the official U.S. film premiere in Los Angeles, during which, Migos treated guests to surprise performances of “Danger,” from BRIGHT: THE ALBUM, and their hit “Bad and Boujee.” BRIGHT: THE ALBUM arrives tomorrow at all DSPs.