Marvel Releases Emotional ‘No Woman, No Cry’ Cover from ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ Trailer
It was easily one of the most memorable moments from the trailer that was viewed for more than 170 Million times in its first 24 hours, as Marvel released the emotional ‘No Woman, No Cry’ cover from the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever trailer.
With Marvel returning to the stage at Hall H for the first time in two years, fans were anxiously awaiting updates on the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and the upcoming two projects that are only a few months away.
One of the developments that fans were the most excited about was the potential arrival of the Black Panther sequel trailer, which would give a first look at the highly-anticipated film that would be the second installment of the character’s MCU Saga.
The trailer was finally released, and it was easily one of the most stunning trailers that Marvel has ever released, capturing a level of emotion and beauty that foreshadow a film that could easily be one of the most compelling in Marvel’s 30 theatrical releases.
It was among the most emotional aspects of the film was the song choice that set the tone for the depth and resonance that the film will attempt to capture, and with the trailer shown, Marvel has released the ‘No Woman, No Cry’ cover from the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever trailer.
Marvel has taken to Youtube to release the official recorded cover of the song- that was shown leading into Kendrick Lamar’s “Its Gonna Be Alright”- by Nigerian artist Tems; based on the original song written by Bob Marley and The Wailers.
The song’s official release comes in conjunction with the announcement of Wakanda Forever Prologue, an EP of songs by artists such as Ghanian musician Amaarae and Mexican rapper Santa Fe Klan, as the project will set the tone for audiences prior to the film, and its soundtrack, official arrival.
The film will likely feature a combination of both classic songs, songs by different cultural artists, and compositions by legendary soundtrack producer Ludwig Gudbransson; which should help to bring to life the true heart of the film.