Here Are All The K-Pop And K-R&B Artists Featured On Marvel’s “Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings” Soundtrack

The tracklist is full of diversity!

Marvel just released their latest film in the franchise called Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. Alongside the diverse cast, the franchise has also produced a soundtrack that is full of some huge Asian artists from across the world.

In particular, many artists known in the Korean music industry have appeared on the album’s tracklist, and it’s got fans really excited. Here is a look at the artists featured in Marvel’s Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings.

1. Mark Tuan (GOT7)

One of the first names that caught the attention of fans was GOT7’s Mark Tuan. Initially, many thought Jackson might have been included, but it was eventually announced that Mark would be collaborating with BIBI on the track “Never Gonna Come Down.” In particular, he caught the attention of fans worldwide for his dazzling visuals during the film’s premiere last month. It is his first OST, and he has definitely slayed.

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Korean soloist BIBI was the one who actually confirmed that she and Mark were going to be doing a song for the franchise. With her strong presence and even more passionate voice, she is the perfect choice for this film. Since debuting in 2019, she has caught the attention of fans for her talent, and this song will allow her to gain much-deserved love from global fans.

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3. Henry Lau

Many fans did not notice that Henry Lau is actually involved in the soundtrack because his name only appears in the credits on Apple Music, not Spotify. Yet, the singer is very much a part of the soundtrack collaborating on the track “Baba Says” with Adawa and Shayiting EL. Once again, Henry showcases just how diverse and talented he is in the song.

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4. Zion. T

Black Label‘s R&B soloist Zion. T collaborated with Japanese singer Gen Hoshino for the track “Nomad.” The song itself seems to radiate Zion. T’s vibes and has a calming but impactful hook throughout. After making his debut in 2011, there is no denying that his years of experience are on show in this song.

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Korean-Australian rapper DPR IAN (formerly known as Rome) also made his mark on the soundtrack with the song “Diamond + and Pearls” with Peace. The song has the perfect feeling for a Marvel film, combining the mysteriousness of the franchise but also his own modern twist to the track.

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6. Seori

Making her debut in 2020, Seori has quickly caught the attention of fans worldwide with her unique tone and catchy songs. She also gained love after collaborating with the group TXT on their track “0X1=Lovesong (I Know I Love You)” earlier in the year. Her track “Warriors” with Warren Hue is calm and showcases what her sound is.

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7. Anderson .Paak

Although seen as an American rapper, Anderson .Paak actually has Korean heritage on his mother’s side. His track “Fire In The Sky” is a dynamic R&B track that showcases his talent as a rapper and seems to add to the film’s story perfectly.

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