Alejandro Sanz confirmed that his song “La farewell” is part of the soundtrack of “Bullet Train” | Brad Pitt | celebrity | rmmn | SHOWS


The original soundtrack of the action movie “Bullet Train” (“Bullet Train”), released this Friday with Brad Pitt as the protagonist, includes among its main themes a surprise with a Spanish name, that of Alejandro Sanzwho performs the song “The Farewell”.

According to Sony Pictures in a statement, the voice of the Madrid artist sounds “during one of the most iconic scenes of the film in which the mysterious connection between Pitt and Bad Bunny is discovered”, the Puerto Rican singer who debuts in the cinema with this tape.

In addition to them, Aaron Taylor Johnson, Joey King, Brian Tyree Henry, Andrew Koji, Hiroyuki Sanada, Michael Shannon and Sandra Bullock complete the cast, directed by director David Leitch (“Deadpool 2”).

It is not the first time that Alejandro Sanz, who has sold more than 25 million records and has 24 Latin Grammys, in addition to four American Grammys, has participated in the soundtrack of a film, since he contributed the song “Mamá African” to the documentary “Mully”, which deals with the history of Dr. Charles M. Mully and his humanitarian work in Africa.

Sanz had surprised shortly before by contributing a song entitled “El Verano Que Vivo” to the music of the film of the same name, starring the Spaniards Blanca Suárez and Javier Rey, and which was nominated in the “best song” category of the awards. Goya 2021 of cinema in Spain, an award that finally went to the hands of the also Spanish Rozalén.

At the end of last year, the musician published his twelfth studio album, “Sanz”, and has just concluded the tour of Spain to present his new songs. He recently also got his own star on the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles (United States).

With information from EFE

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