Barbie is always in step with the times, so how could a single K-Pop be missing from the soundtrack of the film? Introducing Barbie Dreams from FIFTY FIFTY.
It hasn’t hit the theaters yet, yet the film Of Barbie it is already a cult. And now the film starring Margot Robbie can become even more thanks to the single of the band K-Pop FIFTY FIFTY “Barbie Dreams“, which goes to make up the soundtrack. Let’s listen to it together.
Even those who aren’t used to the world of K-Pop most likely know FIFTY FIFTY and don’t even know it. Or at least, that’s the case if you have social accounts like TikTok and Instagram, because Cupid, a single released a few months ago, went viral in no time at all (you know the Cupid Challenge, catapulting the band to the top of several rankings.
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And now, the group made up of four young girls (Saena, Keena, Sio and Aran) continues to ride the wave of success by also participating in the soundtrack of Barbie, the live-action film directed by Greta Gerwig dedicated to the most famous doll ever .
For the occasion, FIFTY FIFTY created the song “Barbie Dreams” together with the American rapper Kaliii.
As Soompi also reports, the Barbie soundtrack will be available for purchase starting July 21, the American release date of the film.
What awaits us in Barbie
Barbieland is a world where all the problems related to feminism and equal rights have been solved. A place where everyone lives the good life, in a way… Until Margot Robbie’s Barbie starts thinking about mortality. After a series of bizarre and worrying events, Barbie, together with Ryan Gosling’s Ken, will then set off on an adventure in the real world, to try to understand and resolve the situation.
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In the cast of Barbie we find, in addition to Robbie, also Ryan Gosling, Ncuti Gatwa, Simu Liu, Kate McKinnon, America Ferrera, Rhea Perlman, Michael Cera, Emma Mackey, Kingsley Ben-Adir, Issa Rae, Emerald Fennell, Ritu Arya, Scott Evans, Sharon Rooney, Jamie Demetriou, Connor Swindells, Ana Cruz Kayne, John Cena and Dua Lipa.