ito=cbshare Sir Elton John has confirmed he’s gone back to his Lion King roots and will work on the soundtrack for the remake.
Speaking to The Sun, he said he was heading back into the studio to help create a new end credits song for the 2019 film that will star Beyonce, Donald Glover and Seth Rogen.
The Hotline pointed readers to Echoing the Sound and coordinated with other fans to facilitate a remix contest.
This site has undergone several iterations since then, and the latest is perhaps the most exciting.Not only is there a new layout, new ways to listen & download, but there's a new collaboration feature powered by Blend.I was sad to learn of his passing, but am glad to see that the site he dedicated so much time to is continuing onward.Chiptune artist Inverse Phase painstakingly reconstructs Pretty Hate Machine using a variety of 8-bit audio hardware, and gets it god damn right.That duo is surrounded by a murderer’s row of talent, with names both obvious and surprising taking on this cast of beloved characters.
Look at this list of names: Donald Glover as Simba, Beyonce Knowles-Carter as Nala, James Earl Jones reprising his role as Mufasa, Chietwel Ejiofor as Scar, Alfre Woodard as Sarabi, John Oliver as Zazu, John Kane as Rafiki, Seth Rogen as Pumbaa, Billy Eichner as Timon, Eric Andre as Azizi, Florence Karumba as Shenzi, and Keegan-Michael Key as Kamari.If there are 30 pre-orders, the shirts get printed. Maybe I'll try something more conventional next time!Mostly, it's that I already have so many NIN shirts with a NIN logo on the front. In a previous decade, multitrack stems for "The Hand That Feeds" were released by Nine Inch Nails, so listeners could peel apart the layers, or have a go at remixing the song themselves.The design (see below) is somewhat unconventional, but I feel that suits the nature of the admittedly obscure subject matter.If you like what you see, you've got a couple of weeks to throw a pre-order in the hat.Zimmer is responsible for several iconic and easy to pick out scores, so it is no surprise he is coming back for the live-action tale.