End of the Road soundtrack: Every song in Queen Latifah Netflix movie


Music plays an important role in the success of any movie or TV show because the use of music and original score can add the right atmosphere to each scene.

The latest Netflix movie, End of the Road, is a movie that knows this and is packed with powerful music.

But which songs are on the End of the Road soundtrack, and who composed the film’s entire musical score?

End Of The Road | Official Trailer | Netflix



End Of The Road | Official Trailer | Netflix






End of day road release and trap preview

End of the Road hits Netflix on Friday, September 9, 2022.

Starring Queen Latifah and Chris ‘Ludacris’ Bridges, the film tells the story of Brenda, her two children, and brother Reggie, who take a fast-paced cross-country road to hell.

After witnessing a brutal murder, a family becomes trapped by a mysterious killer and finds themselves alone in the New Mexico desert with no way to call for help.

End of the Road © Netflix | Ursula Coyote

End of the Road soundtrack

The End of the Road is packed with music throughout its 90-minute running time, and songs on its soundtrack include:

End of the Road © Netflix | Ursula Coyote

Who composed the number?

In addition to many licensed songs, End of the Road also features an original score by songwriter Craig DeLeon.

Craig’s musical career began in 2004 when he composed music for commercials and has since gone on to score numerous films and television shows.

The composer’s first film credit came in 2006 when he scored the short film The One O’Clock, and since then he has composed over 20 credits.

Craig is perhaps best known for his work on the Apple TV+ series The Last Days of Ptolemy Gray starring Samuel L. Jackson.

Other credits he has worked on include Last Survivor, Supervillain: The Making of Tekashi 6ix9ine, Fools and Sia’s 2021 movie Music.

The End of the Road is available to stream now on Netflix after its release on September 9, 2022.

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