Angel Haze ft. Ludacris - 22 Jump Street

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22 Jump Street Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Next Friday, 22 Jump Street is slated to hit theaters everywhere. In addition to the comedic stylings of Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum, the flick will boast music from a star-studded list of hip-hop and dance heavyweights. As a taste of what’s in store, we present the official theme song, which finds Noizy Cricket!!/Universal Republic recording artist Angel Haze going in over an unknown producer’s adrenaline-pumping EDM grooves. Midway through, ATL heavyweight Ludacris grabs the mic for a fast-paced guest 16. Featuring this cut along with contributions from Wiz Khalifa, Duck Sauce, Tiësto, Juicy J, Waka Flocka Flame and more, the 22 Jump Street soundtrack LP is slated to hit record stores and online retailers Tuesday, June 24.

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