The first single, Beyonce'sSpirit, was released Wednesday and the first words you hear are in Swahili.
While some are disappointed by the CGI animals' lack the "charisma" of their animate forebears, fans and critics are roundly praising the soundtrack, which leans heavily on the highly acclaimed original, produced by Hans Zimmer.
The Wrap reporter Beatrice Verhoeven said The Lion King is a "visual masterpiece". "The OG Lion King still holds my heart forever, but this version is beautifully crafted by Jon Favreau, aptly voiced by great talent and [gave] me all the feels [of] being back on Pride Rock".
The live-action remake of 1994 classic sees Donald Grover voice Simba while Beyonce doubled up as Nala. It is a mixture of genres and collaboration that isn't one sound.
Shah Rukh Khan says he generally does not look for moral lessons in a film but believes the story of "The Lion King" is important because it talks about the precious bond between a parent and child.
"(The original film) is such a big part of who I was", Glover continued, adding he felt the weight of his role especially during his duet of "Can You Feel the Love Tonight?" with co-star Beyoncé. In a release, Beyoncé revealed that The Gift will offer the listener a panorama of African sounds, as well as more cosmopolitan helpings of pop, hip-hop and R&B.
While SRK voices Mufasa, his son Aryan Khan will lend his voice to Simba.
Barty party not quite over despite loss
Barty fell apart thereafter - her first serve percentage dropping to just 40% and two breaks allowed Riske to level the match. Barty began imperiously, booming four consecutive aces in her opening service game and marching through the first set.
Britain’s USA ambassador resigns after Trump spat
Trump had tweeted soon after he was elected in 2016, and that sentiment seemed to be part of the set-up that sent Darroch packing. "The current situation is making it impossible for me to carry out my role as I would like", he said in a statement .
Serena Williams sought therapy after US Open meltdown
In addition to the raw photos, Williams pens an essay for the magazine in which she goes into detail about the 2018 U.S. I was searching for answers, and although I felt like I was making progress, I still wasn't ready to pick up a racket.