Shaft Soundtrack (

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Tags: masculinity, fifth part
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Shaft is a 2019 American action comedy film directed by Tim Story and written by Kenya Barris and Alex Barnow. It is a sequel to the 2000 film with the same title and stars Samuel L. Jackson, Jessie T. Usher, and Richard Roundtree.

The film follows John Shaft Jr., a cybersecurity expert with a degree from MIT, who enlists the help of his estranged father, John Shaft II, a private investigator and former NYPD detective, to uncover the truth behind his best friend's suspicious death.

As they delve deeper into the investigation, they discover a network of crime and corruption that leads them to confront a powerful drug lord. With their different approaches to solving problems, the father-son duo must learn to work together to bring justice to the streets of Harlem.

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Play Title Artist
Theme from Shaft
Isaac Hayes: Writer
Score from Shaft (2000)
David Arnold: Composer
Love Over and Over Again
93 'til Infinity
Feel Me Flow
You Know What It Is
Come Out at Night
'Culver Boyz', 'Come Back Around', 'CSTA', 'Daydreamer', 'T Dub'
Voodoo (Fight the Power)
Mary Jane
I Ain't No Joke
They Want EFX
Dance with You
The Secret Garden (Sweet Seduction Suite)
Best of My Love
Bring It to Me
Party Up (Up in Here)
Caught Up
Gingerbread Man (Boss Edit)
Soft Shoe
Get Up Offa That Thing
Be My Baby
Feel My Love Baby
Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City
Make the Earthquake
By Your Side
Too Much Shaft
93 'til Infinity
A-Plus: Performer
'Culver Boyz', 'Come Back Around', 'CSTA', 'Daydreamer', 'T Dub'
Todd Bozung: Performer
I Ain't No Joke
Eric B.: Performer
Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City
Harvey Price: Performer
Love Over and Over Again (Switch)
93 'Til Infinity (Souls of Mischief)
Mary Jane (Rick James)
They Want EFX (Das EFX)
Dance with You (Kris P.)
Caught Up (Caleborate)
Get up Offa That Thing (James Brown)
Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City (Bobby Bland)
Theme from Shaft (Math Club Remix) (The Math Club)
Too Much Shaft (with Saweetie) (Quavo)
Main Titles (Christopher Lennertz)
Karim's Funeral (Christopher Lennertz)
Toxicology / Shaft HQ (Christopher Lennertz)
139th Street (Christopher Lennertz)
My Pride and Joy (Christopher Lennertz)
2nd Trimester / Trust You (Christopher Lennertz)
Old Fashioned Stakeout / Boogie (Christopher Lennertz)
Digital Blackout / Happiest Bitch (Christopher Lennertz)
Good Job (Christopher Lennertz)
That Shaft Kid (Christopher Lennertz)
Shaft Saves JJ (Christopher Lennertz)
Grandad / Bored as Hell (Christopher Lennertz)
The Shafts Are Coming (Christopher Lennertz)
Old School (Christopher Lennertz)
I Feel Fine Mother F****r (Christopher Lennertz)
Moment Ruined (Christopher Lennertz)

User reviews

Anthony Rodriguez

The music did not effectively enhance the scenes or elevate the emotional impact of the film. Instead, it felt like a generic background noise that did not add any depth or dimension to the storytelling.

Mark Young

The soundtrack of Shaft seamlessly integrates with the visual elements of the film, enhancing the storytelling and bringing the characters to life through music.

David Hall

I found the soundtrack of Shaft to be lacking in originality and creativity. It seemed to rely heavily on clichéd action movie music tropes, failing to bring anything fresh or exciting to the table.

Elizabeth Lee

I particularly enjoyed how the soundtrack reflects the cultural and historical significance of Harlem, where the story is set. The music not only sets the tone for the film but also enhances the overall atmosphere, immersing viewers in the world of Shaft and adding depth to the characters' journey.

Daniel Wright

The music choices in Shaft reflect the diverse cultural influences of the characters and setting, adding authenticity and richness to the overall cinematic experience.

Brian Mitchell

Overall, the music in Shaft contributes significantly to the film's entertainment value, making it a memorable and enjoyable cinematic experience for viewers of all tastes and preferences.

John Turner

The music in Shaft effectively sets the tone for each scene, enhancing the overall viewing experience and immersing the audience in the world of the characters.

Sarah Anderson

The music in Shaft showcases the talents of both established artists and up-and-coming musicians, creating a diverse and engaging auditory landscape for the movie.

William Scott

The soundtrack of Shaft features a mix of iconic tracks and original compositions that add depth and emotion to the storyline, creating a memorable audio backdrop for the film.

William Davis

The soundtrack of Shaft features a mix of high-energy tracks and soulful melodies that mirror the complex emotions and motivations of the characters in the film.

Michelle Harris

The soundtrack of Shaft is a testament to the power of music in storytelling, effectively enhancing the narrative and bringing a unique vibrancy to each scene.

Edward Walker

The soundtrack of Shaft is a dynamic blend of classic soul and modern hip-hop beats that perfectly capture the essence of the film's action-packed scenes.

Joseph Hall

The soundtrack of Shaft adds a dynamic and vibrant energy to the film, perfectly complementing the action-packed scenes and intense moments. The blend of classic soul music with modern hip-hop beats creates a unique and captivating auditory experience for the audience.

Timothy Lee

The use of music in Shaft helps to build tension and suspense, keeping viewers engaged and on the edge of their seats throughout the movie.

Ronald Johnson

I was disappointed by the lack of memorable melodies or standout tracks in the soundtrack. It failed to leave a lasting impression or contribute to the overall enjoyment of the movie watching experience.