Men in Black: The Album is the soundtrack to the film Men in Black. It was released on July 1, 1997, distributed by Columbia Records and featured production from some of music's top producers, such as Poke & Tone, Jermaine Dupri and The Ummah. The album was a huge success, spending two consecutive weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, as well as peaking at No. 2 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and No. 3 on the Canadian Albums Chart
Coordinator – Melodee Sutton. Design – Doug Erb. Executive-Producer – Ann Carli, Benny Medina, James Lassiter. Mastered By – Herb Powers, Jr. Recording Supervisor – Pilar McCurry. CPT-1824, 488122 2. Various. Men In Black - The Album (Cass, Album, Comp). Columbia, Sony Music Soundtrax.
Coordinator – Melodee Sutton. Supervised By – Pilar McCurry. Mixed at Powers House Of Sound Studios, New York, NY Manufactured by Columbia Records
I Miss Songs From The 80's And 90's :( 1. Men In Black - Will Smith 0:01 2. We Just Wanna Party With You (feat . Men In Black: The Album (Full Soundtrack).
Men in Black Soundtrack, find all 18 songs from the Men in Black (1997) movie music soundtrack, with scene descriptions. Listen to and download the music, ost, score, list of songs and trailers. Men in Black Soundtrack. 4 liked songs, 4. k views, composed by David Julyan.
Men in Black is a 1997 American science-fiction action comedy film directed by Barry Sonnenfeld, produced by Walter F. Parkes and Laurie MacDonald, and written by Ed Solomon.
Men in Black" is a 1997 rap/hip-hop song performed by Will Smith which coincided with the release of the film Men in Black. The song heavily samples Patrice Rushen's 1982 hit single, "Forget Me Nots" and also features vocals by Coko from the R&B group SWV. "Men in Black" serves as the signature theme song to the original film and the franchise as a whole.
He followed that film with the sci-fi comedy Men in Black, and for its soundtrack he decided to return to recording to help give the film a bit of a boost. It didn't need it - it became one of the most successful films of 1997 - but Smith's title track, as well as "Just Cruisin'," are evidence that his breezy charm is as evident in his rhymes as it is in his acting