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is the soundtrack to the 1999 film Wild Wild West of the same name. It was released June 15, 1999, through Interscope Records and consisted mostly of hip hop music (none of which was in the movie, with the exception of the Will Smith and Enrique Iglesias tracks played over the end credits). The soundtrack features a song by the film's main actor, Will Smith, along with other hip hop and R&B artists including BLACKstreet, Faith Evans, Dr. Dre, Missy Elliott, 702, Destiny's Child, Common, MC Lyte, Tatyana Ali, Slick Rick, Blaque, Nas, Snoop Dogg, Lil' Bow Wow, Puff Daddy, Jermaine Dupri and Eminem. The soundtrack was very successful, peaking at number four on the US and on the Billboard 200 Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and features the hit single " Wild Wild West" which went to number one on the US . The album was certified double platinum a week after its release, June 21, 1999. The album is also the debut of famous artists Lil' Bow Wow, Billboard Hot 100 Jill Scott and Kel Spencer.
Track listing [ edit ]
Wild Wild West*" ( Will Smith featuring Dru Hill & Kool Mo Dee) Stevie Wonder, Will Smith, Mohandas Dewese,
Rob Fusari Rob Fusari
Bailamos" ( Enrique Iglesias) Paul Barry, Mark Taylor
The Groove Brothers (Mark Taylor & Brian Rawling)
Teddy Riley, Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, S. Blair, L. Kafi Teddy Riley, Rodney Jerkins
"Keep It Movin'"
( MC Lyte featuring Payne) Tim Kelley, Bob Robinson, Lana Moorer, Giovanni Salah
Tim & Bob 4:13
( Tatyana Ali featuring Kel Spencer) Casten Schack, Kenneth Karlin, Tamara Savage, Lennie Bennett,
Darryl Barnes, Greg Mays, George Clinton Jr., Garry M. Shider, G. Bernard Worrell, J. Hammond
Soulshock & Karlin 4:12
(Trā-Knox) Anthony Dent,
Eric Roberson, Jeffery Walker
Dent for Slate of Mind 4:18
"Bad Guys Always Die"
( Dr. Dre & Eminem)
Marshall "Eminem" Mathers, André "Dr. Dre" Young Dr. Dre & Mel-Man
( Faith Evans)
Robert Kelly R. Kelly
(Kel Spencer featuring Richie Sambora) Rick "Dutch" Cousins, Lennie Bennett, Tamara Savage, Richie Sambora,
Jon Bongiovi Ric "Dutch" Cousins
(Breeze) Curtis Wilson, Will Smith, Lia Grant, Sydney Kim, Sandy Plute, Katherine Shorey, Bola Sete
Somethin' for the People 4:06
(Neutral) Eric Roberson/Carvin G. Haggins/
Vidal Davis/Keith I. Pelzer
Carvin G. Haggins, Keith I. Pelzer 4:12
( Slick Rick) Ricky "Slick Rick" Walters, W. P. Mitchell
Large Professor 4:11
( Guy featuring 1 Life 2 Live) Teddy Riley, T. Frampton, Screwface, J. Cordova
"8 Minutes To Sunrise"
( Common featuring Jill Scott) Lonnie "Common" Lynn, Jill Scott, Andre Harris
Andre Harris 4:32
( Lil' Bow Wow featuring Jermaine Dupri) Jermaine Dupri, R.O.C.,
James Harris III, Terry Lewis Jermaine Dupri
Sample credits [ edit ]
"Wild Wild West" contains portions of "
I Wish" performed and written by Stevie Wonder and "Wild Wild West" written by Mohandas DeWese "Confused" contains an interpolation of "Cover Action" written by Wilton Felder
"Getting Closer" contains elements of "
Do That Stuff" written by George Clinton, Jr., Garry M. Shider, Bernard G. Worrell, performed by Parliament. Also contains elements of "Funky For You" written by G. Nice & Darryl Barnes. Also contains elements of "Impeach The President" written by J. Hammond and performed by The Honey Drippers "I'm Wanted" contains a sample from "
Wanted Dead or Alive" written by Richard Sambora & Jon Bongiovi, as recorded by Bon Jovi "Hero" contains an interpolation of "
Bettina" written by Bola Sete "Chocolate Form" contains portions of "Desafinado" written by
Antonio Carlos Jobim & Newton Ferreira de Mendonca "Stick Up" contains a portion of "Just The Way I Like It" written by Terry Lewis & James Harris III
Eminem made a stab at Will Smith in his hit song " The Real Slim Shady" in 2000; he recorded a song for the movie.
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