Official Soundtrack From The Last Dance Has Been Uploaded To Spotify
If you've been watching the incredible Michael Jordan documentary then you'll have noticed it's equally impressive soundtrack.
The show, which premieres two episodes each week on Netflix and ESPN, has attracted attention from around the world as people journey through the 1990s from Jordan's eyes and hear from the people who knew him best.
Careful work was put into selecting music that encapsulated the time period that the GOAT and his mates were in; and if you've been jamming along to the series, then you'll be able to relive it all over again on Spotify.
The official soundtrack for the documentary has been uploaded to the audio streaming service and it's jam packed with some awesome artists and songs.
The playlist begins in iconic fashion with the 'Chicago Bulls Theme Song' by The Alan Parsons Project.
You'll also get to hear tracks from the likes of Run DMC, Coolio, Nas, Ms. Lauryn Hill, A Tribe Called Quest, OutKast, Diddy, Biggie, Wu-Tang Clan and Prince, plus loads of others.
There are only two more episodes to go, but once it's done you can soak up as much of the music as you want every day.
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The 10-part series includes never-before-seen interviews and locker room footage and explores just what it took the Bulls' star player and his teammates to the win the championship. So far, it's shown Michael Jordan as a tough, uncompromising, driven and sometimes brutal basketball player who would stop at nothing to win games.
Speaking in the doc, former bulls centre Will Perdue offers an insight into the Jordan's mental strength and utter focus on winning.
He says: "Everybody knows and has the picture in their mind where we beat Cleveland on that last shot [in the 1989 playoffs] and he [Jordan] is punching the air and he's all excited.
"That's who we knew. The competitive Michael Jordan, the win at all costs Michael Jordan. Sometimes we questioned whether he was human, whether he had feelings. [He was] just a guy who was focused on one thing and one thing only.
"The only emotion we had ever seen out of him was anger or frustration. We were literally stunned to see those emotions [of Jordan crying in the locker room]."
After having watched the new series, Jordan admitted that he was worried about what fans would think about his behaviour.
Speaking to The Athletic, the 57-year-old said there were some scenes that didn't sit too well with him.
He told the publication: "When people see this footage I'm not sure they're going to be able to understand why I was so intense, why I did the things I did, why I acted the way I acted, and why I said the things I said."
The first eight episodes of The Last Dance are now available to stream on Netflix.
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