Along with featuring classic songs like “War” and “Another Part of Me”, the soundtracks for the Rush Hour movies were loaded with hits thanks to working with Def Jam with singles like “Can I Get A…” from Jay-Z, “How Deep is Your Love” by Dru Hill, “Area Codes” by Ludacris and more.
Jet Li stars in 1998’s Hitman aka Contract Killer as Fu, a wannabe assassin who teams up with a shady con-artist named Lo to try and collect a massive reward for the legendary “King of Killers”, who recently took down a powerful Hong Kong crime boss.
The title song for the 1992 action thriller Deep Cover, starring Laurence Fishburne and Jeff Goldblum, “Deep Cover” was the first solo single for Dr. Dre and the first-ever appearance of Snoop Dogg on a record.
One of her first big singles, “Your Love” from Nicki Minaj arrived in 2010 and the music video for it was inspired by martial arts and Asian culture, with Black Dynamite himself, Michael Jai White, appearing as Nicki’s samurai master.
90s hip-hop duo Tag Team turned their monster hit Whoomp! (There It Is) into an Addams Family version called Addams Family Whoomp for the soundtrack of 1993’s Addams Family Values.
Coming off his most recent album, Kamikaze, Eminem surprised everyone with an official tie-in song to this past weekend’s box office juggernaut, Venom, and the official music video for the song dropped last Friday to coincide with the movie.