Furious 7: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the official soundtrack for the film of the same name. It was released via digital download on iTunes and Compact Disc on March 17, 2015.



Furious 7: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack featured three initial promotional singles released from the soundtrack. The first was "Ride Out", performed by Kid Ink, Tyga, Wale, YG and Rich Homie Quan. "Ride Out" also had a music video alongside its release, and the second single was "Go Hard or Go Home", performed by Wiz Khalifa and Iggy Azalea. Both singles were released on February 17, 2015. "Off-Set", performed by T.I. and Young Thug was the final promotional single for the film, and had a music video accompanied its release.[1]

Wiz Khalifa released a music video for "See You Again" as the final tribute to late Paul Walker, who had portrayed protagonist Brian O'Conner. It featured pop singer Charlie Puth, who wrote the single alongside Khalifa. The music video consisted of compiled archive footage from the duration of the film series in special memory of Walker. "See You Again" was a huge international success, reaching number one in fourteen countries, including the US, ending Mark Ronson's "Uptown Funk" fourteen-week reign at the top of the chart.

Track Listing

No. TitleMusic Length
1. "Ride Out"  

Kid Ink

Rich Homie Quan

2. "Off Set"  T.I., Young Thung 3:13
3. "How Bad Do You Want It"  Sevyn Streeter 3:44
4. "Get Low"  Dillon Francis, DJ Snake 3:33
5. "Go Hard or Go Home"  Wiz Khalifa, Iggy Azalea 3:52
6. "My Angel"  Prince Royce 3:10
7. "See You Again"  Whiz Kahlifa, Charlie Puth 3:49
8. "Payback"   3:58
9. "Blast Off"  David Guetta, Kaz James 3:08
10. "Six Days (Remix)[note 1]"  DJ Shadow, Mos Def 3:52
11. "Ay Vamos"  J Balvin, French Montana, Nicky Jam  
12. "G.D.F.R. (Noodles Remix)"  Flo Rida, Sage the Gemini, Lookas 4:24
13. "Turn Down for What"  DJ Snake, Lil Jon 3:34
14. "Meneo"  Fito Blanko 3:44
15. "I Will Return"  Skylar Grey 3:56
16. "Whip (bonus track)"  Famous to Most 3:41



Music Videos

Lyric Videos


  1. Originally featured on the The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift soundtrack


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