Film Directors Who Makes To Achieve Transcedence Through Soundtracks-Ramson Nouah’s Living In Bondage Sequel

By Vivian Eze

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It is certain that when sounds meet with visuals in movies, transcedence ensues. Can there really be movies without music? I mean good music?
This singular reason is why most movie producers, in wanting to get good music that aligns with the visuals, tend to go for the voices or tunes of known artistes or songs that has made hits over time.
A quick look at ”Do the Right Thing” using Radio Raheem’s blaring boombox, ”Pulp Fiction” with Dick Dale’s cataclysmic surf-rock guitar, ”Super Fly” with Curtis Mayfield’s haunted croon among others could relate better why this is done.
What then could be the intent of these directors and producers when they do this?
In spite of the fact that directors are frequently given sole praises for a video film’s soundtrack, numerous individuals help carry music to the big screen. Among them, music bosses are a basic and unrecognized part of the procedure except when the track in question is well known. These are the individuals who discover tunes and secure their utilization in movies, which means they likely assumed a tremendous job in forming your music taste today. How about we converse about the Nigerian actor Ramson Nouah and his idea behind the sound track of his ”Living in Bondage” sequel.
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Ramson Nouah has featured Flavor and Davido on the sound track of his Living in Bondage sequel. The actor who is making his debut as a director could have a motive behind this idea.
Ramsey Nouah Makes His Directional Debut With ‘Living In Bondage’ Sequel
Over the years it is known that the use of popular musics and voices for films contribute to the high demand of that film.
Ever since the trailer of this sequel after 27 year was released, the movie has turned to a popular demand even before its production, it has already gained fame. Everyone awaits to hear the voices of Nigeria’s renowned artistes as they give an original. That is how much soundtracks contribute to sales of film.
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