'Fifty Shades Darker' Soundtrack Boasts Big Name Artists Including Taylor Swift, Nick Jonas and More

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This soundtrack is sure to set the mood for the erotic Fifty Shades sequel.

The soundtrack to Fifty Shades Darker features songs from several of pop music's most beloved artists, including Taylor Swift and Zayn Malik's track, “I Don't Wanna Live Forever." In addition, Nicki Minaj and Nick Jonas collaborate on the song, "Bon Bidi Bom," but they aren't the only big acts on the soundtrack.

Sia, John Legend, Halsey, Tove Lo, Kygo, The-Dream and Corinne Bailey Rae also contributed to the album.

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As for the score, that was written by four-time Oscar nominee Danny Elfman, who also worked on the Fifty Shades of Grey music.


Fifty Shades Darker has a lot to live up to as the soundtrack for the first film hit number two on the Billboard 200 chart. It marked the largest sales debut for a soundtrack since the Michael Jackson biopic, This Is It, in 2009.

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The sequel's soundtrack will be released on Feb. 10, the same day that the movie arrives in theaters. Fans can pre-order it on Friday, which will allow them to download Swift and Malik's "I Don't Want to Live Forever" song, as well as Halsey's track, "Not Afraid Anymore."

In the meantime, check out the sexy trailer for Fifty Shades Darker:

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