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Koffee Featured For The Title Track To “The Harder They Fall”

Written by on October 28, 2021

Koffee continues her streak of major movements in the music industry with her currently landing the the title track for the new movie “The Harder They Fall”. The track is produced by Jeymes Samuel which features Koffee entitled “The Harder They Fall” which is featured in the trailer for the Motion Picture in theaters now, and on @Netflix Nov. 3rd

In the action/adventure all-black Western film “The Harder They Fall”, which stars Jonathan Majors, Zazie Beetz, Idris Elba, Regina King, LaKeith Stanfield, and Delroy Lindo, among others, Koffee joins Barrington Levy as Reggae/Dancehall stars, whose voices will be featured on the soundtrack. Here I Come, a hit song from Levy’s 1985 album of the same name, was remixed for use in the film, with his voice prominent in the teaser released a few months ago. The reworked song has since been made available for streaming.

Koffee teased a 30-second snippet of her original title track, The Harder They Fall, produced by Jeymes Samuel, in a Tweet this morning. The whole soundtrack will be released on Friday, and will reportedly include Jay-Z, Jadakiss, Lauryn Hill, and others.

 

The film’s title appears to be a reference to the 1956 film “The Harder They Fall”, which was based on the 1947 Budd Schulberg novel of the same name. The director hasn’t said, although it could have been influenced by the Reggae hero Jimmy Cliff in the 1972 Perry Henzell film The Harder They Come, as well as the hit song of the same name, which was also recorded by Cliff in 1972.

The drama revolves around an outlaw named Nat Love (Jonathan Majors) who is “saddling up with his crew to take down rival Rufus Buck, a brutal crime boss who just got freed from jail,” according to Netflix.

Over the last few days, critics’ reviews of the film have been pouring in. Leah Greenblatt Entertainment Weekly The result sometimes feels like a film made almost entirely of style and swagger, a body count with a killer soundtrack. But there’s satisfaction in that kind of bloody, bare-knuckled storytelling too… while the Roger Ebert described it as “a bloody pleasure: a revenge Western packed with memorable characters played by memorable actors, each scene and moment staged for voluptuous beauty and kinetic power.”

Be on the look out for more from Koffee as she prepares for the release of her 2022 album which is set to be released by RCA Records.



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