Comedy and horror come together in Jordan Peele's directorial debut - Get Out. The film has already grossed $154 million worldwide.
Michael Abels, the American composer, tried to follow Peele's vision to have distinctly black voices and black musical references.
According to Movie Music UK, Peele specifically sought out Abels to write the score after watching a YouTube video of ‘Urban Legends’, one of Abels’s classical compositions.
Abels has composed a score which combines fairly traditional orchestral passages, including quite bold and striking action and horror sequences, with hints of jazz and blues, and a choir singing in Swahili.
We've picked out some of the most interesting parts of the score/soundtrack, which also features Childish Gambino, so how wrong can you go?
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