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Southpaw (Music from and Inspired By the Motion Picture)
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Studio album by Various, Eminem
Released July 24, 2015
Genre Hip hop
Length 56:41
Label Shady Records, Interscope Records
Producer Eminem (exec.) • Paul Rosenberg (co-exec.) • AraabMuzik • Charley Hustle • DJ Khalil • DJ Premier • Doc McKinney • Frank Dukes • Illangelo Jay • CertiFYD • Just Blaze • Kasanova • Luis Resto • Mr. Porter • Rico Love • Sarom
Various, Eminem chronology
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Singles from Southpaw (Music from and Inspired By the Motion Picture)
Kings Never Die

Southpaw (Music from and Inspired By the Motion Picture) is the official soundtrack to the 2015 movie Southpaw. The album, performed by various artists, was released under Shady Records on July 24th 2015. It spawned the singles "Phenomenal" and "Kings Never Die" by Eminem and "R.N.S." by Slaughterhouse.

This album was dedicated in memory of James Horner, the film's composer, who was killed in a plane crash on June 22, 2015, making this the last film score he composed in his lifetime.

Track Listing[]

  1. Slippin Again by DMX (3:23)
  2. "Kings Never Die" (feat. Gwen Stefani) by Eminem (4:56)
  3. Beast [Southpaw Remix] (feat. Busta Rhymes, KXNG Crooked & Tech N9ne) by Rob Bailey & the Hustle Standard (4:39)
  4. "This Corner" by Denaun (3:53)
  5. "What About the Rest of Us" (feat. Rico Love) by Action Bronson & Joey Bada$$ (4:12)
  6. "Raw" by Bad Meets Evil (3:40)
  7. "R.N.S." by Slaughterhouse (3:39)
  8. "Wicked Games" by The Weeknd (5:24)
  9. "All I Think About" by Bad Meets Evil (6:12)
  10. "Drama Never Ends" by 50 Cent (3:16)
  11. "Mode" (feat. Logic) by PRhyme (3:01)
  12. "Notorious Thugs" by The Notorious B.I.G. (6:07)
  13. "Phenomenal" by Eminem (4:42)
  14. "Cry for Love" by James Horner (score)(1:33)