Composed By – Django Reinhardt.
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Ross's "100 Black Coffins" (which was produced by Django's star, Jamie Foxx, and has been shortlisted for an Academy Award) marks a turning point in the film. Which brings us to the bigger reason "100 Black Coffins" comes as such a surprise: it- along with three other cuts on the soundtrack- marks the first time Tarantino has commissioned a song to be written specifically for one of his films. And just in case there's any doubt, Ross keeps things topical: "Any questions, they hang 'em/ Better pray for D-D-Django/ Got me working in fields, too many years it get fatal.
2012 soundtrack album by Various Artists. Django Unchained (soundtrack). Soundtrack album by. Various Artists. Tracks composed for the film are "100 Black Coffins" by Rick Ross and produced by and featuring Jamie Foxx, "Who Did That To You?" by John Legend, "Freedom" by Anthony Hamilton and Elayna Boynton, "Ancora Qui" by Ennio Morricone and Elisa