A member of 80s group Animotion, Astrid Plane appeared in the wonderfully cheesy Martin Kove action movie Steele Justice as the set of her music video for her song “You’re Not a Lover” becomes the scene of a massive shootout.
The end credits song for 1979’s The Warriors, Joe Walsh’s “In the City” appeared on the soundtrack for the movie and was also re-recorded by the Eagles, of which Walsh was one of the guitarists.
Like a few of his fellow Avengers, Jeremy Renner has been dabbling in music as well as acting for years and his latest single, “Main Attraction” dropped in July this year, with a music video to go along with it.
The lead single off their debut album, DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince funkify the “I Dream of Jeannie” theme for a sample and Will raps about a bunch of recent disastrous romantic incidents for “Girls Aint Nothing But Trouble”
Channeling The Nature Boy, Offset from Migos, 21 Savage and producer Metro Boomin teamed up for the album “Without Warning” and it’s lead single, “Ric Flair Drip” and Ric Flair himself shows up for the official music video.
Post Malone and Swae Lee contributed the first song for the highly anticipated Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Sunflower, and the video for the song incorporates the movie’s visual style in some fun and cool ways.
Michael Jackson, Stephen King, Mick Garris and Stan Winston came together in 1996 to deliver the 39-minute long music video epic that was Michael Jackson’s Ghosts, which King and Garris co-wrote while Winston directed and created the many special effects.
The in-stadium band for the Milwaukee Beers in 1998’s BASEketball, ska band Reel Big Fish provided a number of songs in the movie, including a cover version of A-ha’s classic “Take on Me”.
Despite an appearance by Anthony Kiedis in 1991’s Point Break, the Red Hot Chili Peppers did not appear on the movie’s soundtrack but 80’s hair metal band Ratt did with the movie’s end credits song, “Nobody Rides for Free”.
When their first album hit Platinum status, Marky Mark and his Funky Bunch rushed back into the studio and produced the slightly harder-edged follow-up, You Gotta Believe, featuring the title song as the main single.