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‘Gen V’ soundtrack: every song in the series
The Boys spin-off Gen V.Led by showrunners Michele Fazekas and Tara Butters, the spin-off series follows the lives of superhero students at the Vought International-owned Godolkin University.Gen V stars a fresh cast of relative newcomers, including Jaz Sinclair, Chance Perdomo, Lizze Broadway, Maddie Phillips and Asa Germann.In October, Amazon announced the series had been renewed for a second season.The show’s score is composed by Matt Bowen and Christopher Lennertz, who also provided the soundtrack to The Boys. You can stream their soundtrack below.A bunch of songs by renowned artists also feature in the series, including the likes of Missy Elliott, Remi Wolf, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Annie Lennox.You can check out an episode-by-episode breakdown of the songs below.Episode one – God U‘Anxiety’ – Megan Thee Stallion‘Dancing With Myself’ – The Donnas‘Show You Love’ – Jalen Owusu, Niall Lavelle & Tobias Silvester‘WTF (Where They From)’ – Missy Elliott feat. Pharrell Williams‘Remember Me’ – Benny The Butcher‘Vulgar’ – Madonna, Sam Smith‘BRB’ – JTM feat. Shanghai & Tia Thompson‘Edamame’ – bbno$‘Body Talk’ – D’Auria feat. Fran‘Celebrity Skin’ – HoleEpisode two – First Day‘Nothing Else Matters’ – Phoebe Bridgers‘Move!’ – Batuk‘Photo I.D.’ – Remi Wolf‘Venus’ – BananaramaEpisode three – #ThinkBrink‘Whatta Man’ – Salt-N-Pepa’Take The Night’ – La Felix‘Just Wanna Dance’ – Dave James‘’Dance In Place (Treasure Fingers Dub Remix)’ – CLAVVS‘Discoteka’ – Minelli‘Intoxicated’ – Rozee‘Make It So Good’ – Noah Neiman‘Growing Up Is’ – Ruel‘I Wanna Be Sedated’ – Rockaway BitchEpisode four – The Whole Truth‘True’ – Spandau Ballet‘Want Want’ – Maggie Rogers‘Work It’ – Missy ElliottEpisode five – Welcome To The Monster Club‘FREAK’ – Shygirl‘Control
‘Gen V’ Review: Empowered Youth
The Boys is one of Prime Video’s greatest series on its platform.So it makes sense that the Amazon corporate overlords would mine the original comic from Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson for some way to extend the brand.Gen V (★★★★☆), a show about America’s most prestigious superhero college, makes it clear through blood, insanity, and pitch-black humor that this is definitely a spin-off of The Boys.Following a dangerous awakening of her power to control blood, Marie (Jaz Sinclair) gets the opportunity to leave her orphanage for kids with powers for Goldolkin University, a major step forward in her goal to become the first black woman on The Seven.When she arrives, Marie meets her roommate, Emma (Lizze Broadway), who is also a famous YouTuber, Little Cricket, where she showcases her ability to shrink.Together, the two meet the school’s top ten students, including the superpowered Golden Boy (Patrick Schwarzenegger), his mind-controlling girlfriend Cate (Maddie Phillips), bi-gender Jordan (London Thor and Derek Luh), and Andre (Chance Perdomo), the magnetic son of a famous alumni.While Marie’s initial hopes seem fruitful, Gen V constantly reminds you that this is the world of The Boys, almost too much so. Every happy moment is bookended by an insane and usually violent moment of trauma with some zinger or depraved joke.