Scored by film composer Ludwig Göransson, 'Black Panther' is breaking records
According to variety.com, "Disney-Marvel’s 'Black Panther' is re-writing the record books, topping 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' for the second-highest four-day domestic opening of all time, with $242 million at 4,020 North American locations." This is reportedly the biggest February box office opening ever, with a staggering $404 million in ticket sales worldwide.
With Kendrick Lamar composing and curating the title track and associated album "Black Panther The Album," Grammy-nominated film composer Ludwig Göransson composed the film score for the movie using Digital Performer.
Presented by Marvel Studios, Ludwig goes in depth on his inspiration for the movie's main theme.
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