After all the awesomely over the top action of the 1991 JCVD classic Double Impact, the credits featured the wonderfully cheesy 90s jam “Feel the Impact” and JCVD himself uploaded a music video featuring the song.
The second single released from The Simpsons Sing the Blues album, “Deep, Deep Trouble” was co-written by Matt Groening and DJ Jazzy Jeff and features Nancy Cartwright rapping as Bart about a series of events that landed him the title predicament.
Robert Altman’s magnum opus dramedy Nashville has over an hour of musical performances but Keith Carradine’s “I’m Easy” is the one that won Best Original Song at the Oscars while also becoming a radio hit on the Billboard charts.
For the only single off his second solo album, Ol’ Dirty Bastard paid homage to the immortal Rudy Ray Moore as the music video for “Got Your Money” was almost entirely footage from the 1975 blaxploitation classic Dolemite.
The undisputed breakout star of the TGIF hit Dinosaurs, Baby Sinclair got his own song and music video alongside the slew of other merchandise featuring his face, “I’m the Baby, Gotta Love Me”, which aired during an episode in the show’s third season.
While The Smithereens’ version of The Outsiders’ classic “Time Won’t Let Me” was not as successful as the original, their version is the only one that features JCVD in the music video, as the song appeared in 1994’s Timecop.
Recently winning the Oscar for Best Original Song, (I’m Gonna) Love Me Again was written by Elton John for the biopic about his life, Rocketman, and he performed it with his younger doppleganger, Taron Egerton.
To promote this coming weekend’s first-ever live-action Sonic the Hedgehog movie, Wiz Khalifa, Lil Yachty, Ty Dolla $ign and Sueco the Kid teamed up for the soundtrack single “Speed Me Up” with an old school, Genesis inspired music video.
Much like Suicide Squad before it, this weekend’s Birds of Prey is using it’s soundtrack as a major promotional tool, with Atlantic Records releasing a new single/music video every Friday last month and the full soundtrack out this Friday with the movie.
Released as the first single off their Anthology album in 2001, “Movies” was re-released when Alien Ant Farm’s cover of “Smooth Criminal” exploded onto the charts and got a big-budget music video where the guys recreate scenes from movies like Ghostbusters and The Karate Kid.