Let It Shine

Let It Shine


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The soundtrack to the 2012 Disney musical, Let It Shine features a mix of pop R&B, dance-oriented hip-hop, and contemporary gospel numbers. The film is conceived as a modern hip-hop version of the Cyrano de Bergerac story, and the soundtrack includes cuts by stars Tyler James Williams as Cyrus DeBarge and Coco Jones as Roxanne "Roxie" Andrews, along with others. On the pop end, these are bright, slickly produced tracks that bring to mind a mix of the dance-club sound of Mike Posner, Lupe Fiasco, and Usher. Elsewhere, there are a few passionate, gospel-tinged ballads, including Jones' "Good to Be Home" and the uplifting title track.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/12/2012
Label: Walt Disney Records
UPC: 0050087279745
catalogNumber: 001750092
Rank: 122034

Album Credits

Technical Credits

James   Producer
Adam Hicks   Composer
Antonina Armato   Composer
Stereo   Producer
Lindy Robbins   Composer
Tim James   Composer
David Banner   Composer
Andy Dodd   Composer,Producer
Adam Watts   Composer,Producer
Dapo Torimiro   Composer,Producer
Lambert Waldrip   Composer
Toby Gad   Composer,Producer
J-Doe   Composer
Jon Vella   Composer
Armato   Producer
Adam Schmalholz   Composer
Thomas Armato Sturges   Composer
Tocarra Phillips   Composer
Anya Vasilenko   Composer
Steven Jones   Composer
Justin A. Mobley   Composer
Jay L'Oreal   Composer
Glorious Foreman   Composer

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Let It Shine 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
readme34 More than 1 year ago
The music from this movie, that to me seems like a remake of Roxanne or basically a remake of Cyrano de Bergerac. But all the music in this movie didn't seem like it was the Disney channel type. Well I take it back I do like the theme song of A.N.T. Farm. But this music is really good so good I think it should be in like the top 20. Even when I listen to the clips here on BN I like it. Usually when I hear music from soundtrack movies when I listen it reminds me of a scene from the movie, but when I listen to this one I just like listening and singing to it like my favorite music CD, so in my opinion Good Work Disney!