Birds of Prey: The Album is out early next month, boasting 15 songs from a curated assortment of artists that the movie's producers feel best represent the fantabulous emancipation of lead character Harley Quinn.
"We started by compiling a list of artists that we wanted to target based on the key music needs of the film, with the overall goal of creating an aesthetic that felt like Harley Quinn and the Birds of Prey," Atlantic Records West Coast president Kevin Weaver said in a statement to Complex. "By attacking the creative this way, we were able to achieve the most seamless integration of the music into the film, with all of the songs feeling completely on brand and authentic to the project and characters. My main goal was to accomplish this while also compiling a diverse group of cutting-edge young female artists who represent the ultimate bad ass girl gang."
Ahead of the full soundtrack (and movie's) debut, the Atlantic team is laying out four singles from the album in a unique way, with one dropping each week up until release day. Thursday, Atlantic shared the official soundtrack trailer for the album featuring teases of Doja Cat's "Boss Bitch," Saweetie and Galxara's "Sway With Me," Charlotte Lawrence's "Joke's on You," and Halsey's "Experiment on Me." Catch the trailer, which also features footage from the Margot Robbie-starring movie, up top.
You can check out Charlotte Lawrence's "Joke's on You" below.
Peep the full Birds of Prey: The Album tracklist below:
- Doja Cat - "Boss Bitch"
- WHIPPED CREAM (feat. Baby Goth) - "So Thick"
- Megan Thee Stallion & Normani - "Diamonds"
- Saweetie & GALXARA - "Sway With Me"
- Charlotte Lawrence - "Joke's On You"
- Maisie Peters - "Smile"
- CYN - "Lonely Gun"
- Halsey - "Experiment On Me"
- Jucee Froot - "Danger"
- K.Flay - "Bad Memory"
- Sofi Tukker - "Feeling Good"
- Lauren Jauregui - "Invisible Chains"
- Black Canary - "It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World"
- Summer Walker - "I’m Gonna Love You Just A Little More Baby"
- ADONA - "Hit Me With Your Best Shot"
Both the album and the Cathy Yan-directed movie are out on Feb. 7.