Pharrell Williams teams up with Alicia Keys, Kendrick Lamar to produce soundtrack for "The Amazing Spider-Man 2"

Pharrell Williams teams up with Alicia Keys, Kendrick Lamar to produce soundtrack for "The Amazing Spider-Man 2"

kendrick-alicia-pharrellPharrell Williams has teamed up with Alicia Keys and Kendrick Lamar to produce a song for the soundtrack of upcoming movie, “The Amazing Spider-Man 2.” Keys gives voice on new Pharrell-produced track “It’s On Again,” while Lamar offers a rap verse from Lamar. According to “Billboard,” the tune serves as one of the film’s main songs.

“I’m very excited to be a part of such a powerful collaboration with Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell Williams and Hans Zimmer,” says Keys. “This is the next chapter in the Spider-Man legacy and we really feel ‘It’s On Again’ captures the experience, the story and, more importantly, the meaning behind the film.”

“The Amazing Spider-Man 2” launches in the UK on April 18th with Andrew Garfield reprising his role as Peter Parker.

List of Grammy Winners

List of Grammy Winners

Pharrell Williams, Daft Punk, Nile RodgersAlbum of the Year:  “Random Access Memories”,  Daft Punk

 

Record of the Year:  “Get Lucky”,  Daft Punk featuring Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers

 

Song of the Year:  “Royals”,  Lorde

 

Best New Artist:  Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

 

Best Pop Album:  “Unorthodox Jukebox”,  Bruno Mars

 

Best Traditional Pop Album:  “To Be Loved”,  Michael Bublé

 

Best Pop Solo Performance:  “Royals”,  Lorde

 

Best Pop Performance By a Duo or Group:  “Get Lucky”,  Daft Punk featuringPharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers

 

Best Dance Recording:  “Clarity”,  Zedd featuringFoxes

 

Best Dance / Electronica Album:  “Random Access Memories”,  Daft Punk

 

Best Rock Song:  “Cut Me Some Slack”,  Dave GrohlPaul McCartneyKrist Novoselic & Pat Smear

 

Best Rock Album:  “Celebration Day”,  Led Zeppelin

 

Best Rock Performance:  “Radioactive”,  Imagine Dragons

 

Best Metal Performance:  “God Is Dead?”,  Black Sabbath

 

Best Alternative Music Album:  “Modern Vampires of the City”,  Vampire Weekend

 

Best R&B Song:  “Pusher Love Girl”,  Justin Timberlake

 

Best R&B Album:  “Girl on Fire”,  Alicia Keys

 

Best R&B Performance:  “Something”,  Snarky Puppy withLalah Hathaway

 

Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance:  “Please Come Home”,  Gary Clark Jr.

 

Best Rap Song:  “Thrift Shop”,  Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Wanz

 

Best Rap Album:  “The Heist”,  Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

 

Best Rap Performance:  “Thrift Shop”,  Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Wanz

 

Best Rap/Sung Collaboration:  “Holy Grail”,  Jay Z featuring Justin Timberlake

 

Best Urban Contemporary Album:  “Unapologetic”,  Rihanna

 

Best Country Song:  “Merry Go ‘Round”,  Kacey Musgraves

 

Best Country Album:  “Same Trailer Different Park”,  Kacey Musgraves

 

Best Country Solo Performance:  “Wagon Wheel”,  Darius Rucker

 

Best Country Performance By a Duo or Group:  “From This Valley”,  The Civil Wars

 

 

And here are a few other random winners:

 

 

Best Americana Album:  “Old Yellow Moon”,  Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell

 

Best Comedy Album:  “Calm Down Gurrl”,  Kathy Griffin

 

Best Contemporary Christian Music Album:  “Overcomer”, former “American Idol” star Mandisa . . . The title track also won Best Contemporary Christian Music Song.

 

 

Best Score:  “Skyfall”,  Thomas Newman

 

Best Song Written for Visual Media:  Adele’s “Skyfall” Theme

 

Best Music Video:  “Suit & Tie”,  Justin Timberlake featuring Jay-Z

 

Best Spoken Word Album:  “America Again: Re-becoming The Greatness We Never Weren’t”Stephen Colbert

 

Best Music Film:  “Live Kisses”,  Paul McCartney

 

 

(You can sort through the winners in ALL 82 CATEGORIES at Grammy.com.)