- The Barbie Movie soundtrack features original music by Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt, known for their work with stars such as Lady Gaga and Bruno Mars.
- Although Aqua’s “Barbie Girl” is not on the soundtrack, the film includes a collection of new songs that highlight Barbie and Ken’s adventures.
- Songs from the Barbie movie, such as Lizzo’s “Pink” and Dua Lipa’s “Dance The Night,” are strategically placed throughout the film to highlight key character moments and actions.
He Barbie The film’s soundtrack is packed with original music and songs created to help tell the story of Barbie and Ken. The summer 2023 blockbuster stars Margot Robbie as Barbie and Ryan Gosling as Ken, but they are joined by an all-star cast playing a variety of different Barbies and Kens who also live in Barbie Land. The film certainly seems like part of a Barbie adventure with classic barbie outfits, pink-themed houses and more. One of the most intriguing elements has been which songs will be included on the Barbie soundtrack thanks to the desire to hear Aqua’s hit song “Barbie Girl” in the movie.
While Aqua’s “Barbie Girl” does not explicitly appear in the Barbie soundtrack, the film still includes a lot of excellent original music. This includes a score by Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt, composers and producers who have worked with Lady Gaga, Dua Lipa, Bruno Mars, Miley Cyrus and more. They are part of the team responsible for A star has been bornThe Oscar-winning hit song “Shallows.” His addition and the overall star power of the Barbie Movie cast helped bring together an incredible collection of artists to create new music that plays throughout Barbie and Ken’s adventures. Help make the Barbie The film’s soundtrack is a key part of the experience that audiences will remember.
Here are all the songs Barbiein the order they appear in Barbie: The Album:
- “Pink” by lizzo
- “Dance the night” by Dua Lipa
- “Barbie World (with Aqua)” by Nicki Minaj and Ice Spice
- “Speed Driving” by Charli XCX
- “WATATI (feat. Aldo Ranks)” by KAROL G
- “Man I am” by Sam Smith
- “Journey to the real world” by Tame Impala
- “I’m just Ken.” by Ryan Gosling
- “Hello blonde” by Dominic Fike
- “Home” by HAIM
- “What was I made for?” by Billie Eilish
- “Forever and again” by El Niño LAROI
- “Silver tray” by Khalid
- “Angel” by PinkPantheress
- “butterflies” by GAYLE
- “Choose your fighter” by Ava Max
- “Barbie Dreams (feat. Kaliiii)” by FIFTY FIFTY
When all the songs from the Barbie soundtrack play in the movie
“Pink” by Lizzo – Lizzo’s original song is the first to appear on the Barbie soundtrack of the film and the first song played during the film. The single plays during the introduction to Barbieland as viewers watch Margot Robbie’s stereotypical Barbie wake up and have her morning routine. The song plays again but with some new lyrics during the second day it is shown in Barbieland, where Barbie’s life begins to be different.
“Dance the Night” by Dua Lipa – The second song of Barbie The soundtrack is “Dance The Night” by Dua Lipa, who also plays the role of Mermaid Barbie during the film. The pop single is heard during Barbie’s house party and is used as the centerpiece of a large dance sequence between the various Barbies and Ken. It is during this scene that Barbie asks if anyone else has ever thought about death.
Khalid’s “Silver Tray” – The next song of Barbie The soundtrack that will be heard in the film is “Silver Platter” by Khalid. It can be heard in a scene after Barbie’s big party, where she and Ken are standing outside the Dream House. Ken leans in as if he’s trying to kiss Barbie. The song continues playing as Ken asks her if she can spend the night since they are dating, only to find out that it is a girls’ night out.
“butterflies” by GAYLE – Viewers will hear another Barbie song known as “butterflies” by GAYLE next in the film. The song appears briefly as part of an explanation of Weird Barbie’s backstory. The scene shows a girl in the real world playing too much with her Barbie, including drawing her face and cutting her hair.
“Closer to Fine” by Indigo Girls – In addition to the songs that appear in the Barbie soundtrack, the film also includes some other musical sequences that use already known songs. This includes Indigo Girls’ “Closer to Fine” being a recurring musical cue in the film. Barbie sings it as she prepares to leave Barbieland, while Gloria is also shown singing it in the car at a different point. A cover of the song by Brandi Carlile and Catherine Carlile was released on Barbie: The Album – Best Weekend Ever Edition.
“Journey to the Real World” by Tame Impala – Another addition to the Barbie The film’s soundtrack comes with the original song by Tame Impala. “Journey To The Real World” is aptly titled, as the song plays over the montage of Barbie and Ken traveling from Barbieland to the real world. This includes riding a tandem bike, sailing in a boat, riding a rocket through space, riding snowmobiles, and much more.
“WATATI (feat. Aldo Ranks)” by KAROL G – He Barbie The songs on the soundtrack change a bit with the addition of “WATATI” by KAROL G and Aldo Ranks. The song is performed in Spanish and is used in the film to signal a change of scenery for the characters as it plays when Ken and Barbie finally arrive in Los Angeles, California. It plays while you look around at the real world and process your feelings about being there.
“Choose Your Fighter” by Ava Max – This song in Barbie The soundtrack plays in the film shortly after Barbie and Ken arrive in the real world and are arrested. They were originally arrested after Barbie hit a man who slapped her on the butt. They then leave jail and grab new clothes from a store, not understanding that they have to pay for them, which leads to them being arrested again.
“Angel” by PinkPantheress – The next Barbie The soundtrack song played in the film is “Angel” by PinkPantheress. The song can be heard as Barbie goes to a high school to find Sasha, the teenager she believes she has come to help. What Margot Robbie’s character doesn’t know at the time is that she is actually destined to help Sasha’s mother, Gloria.
“Speed Drive” by Charli XCX – The addition of Charli XCX to 2023 Barbie The soundtrack is “Speed Drive” and the film gives viewers a few different opportunities to listen to it. The song originally starts playing when Barbie starts running through Mattel as she tries to escape. She stops when she enters the room where she meets the ghost of Ruth Handler. float, the Barbie The song resumes after Barbie leaves her and leaves the Mattel building.
“Man am I” by Sam Smith – Sam Smith participates in the Barbie soundtrack with an original song called “Man I Am.” Start playing when Barbie returns to Barbieland with Gloria and Sasha and begins to discover how Ken changed his world. This includes the beach volleyball scene where the Barbies now cheer on the Kens. The film uses the song to represent the change of power in Barbieland and the new workforce that exists.
“Hey Blondie” by Dominic Fike – Viewers might find it difficult to hear Dominic Fike’s new original song, “Hey Blondie,” in the film. This addition to the Barbie The film’s soundtrack can only be heard in the background of the scene when Barbie apparently gives up on saving Barbieland and starts crying on the floor while the Kens have a party behind her.
“Push” by Matchbox Twenty/Ryan Gosling – Another memorable part of Barbie The film’s soundtrack is Ryan Gosling’s cover of “Push” by Matchbox Twenty. The cover appears when Ken wants to play guitar with Barbie after she asks him to be her boyfriend/girlfriend. This leads all the Kens to sing and play instruments to create a version of the song while the Barbies listen. The cover was released as part of Barbie: The Album – Best Weekend Ever Edition.
“I’m Just Ken” by Ryan Gosling – One of the biggest musical numbers in the film comes with the original. Barbie The song that Ryan Gosling performs is called “I’m Just Ken.” The power ballad for the new ruler of Barbieland (also known as Kenland at the time) begins before the big battle between the various Kens. Ken uses it to express his feelings for Barbie and continues playing while the Kens go to war on the beach. “I’m Just Ken” continues to play as the war turns into a dance battle.
“What was I made for?” by Billie Eilish- Another great song included in the Barbie The soundtrack is “What Was I Made For?” by Billie Eilish. single. The single begins to play during Barbie‘sending after Barbie and Ruth Handler’s ghost talk and Barbie decides she wants to be human. The song can be heard as a montage of girls and young women experiencing life appearing on screen, giving Barbie a taste of what her new life will be like. It also plays again during the Barbie credits.
“Barbie World (featuring Aqua)” by Nicki Minaj and Ice Spice – The Nicki Minaj and Ice Spice rap song with the hook “Barbie Girl” by Aqua does not play during the film. He Barbie The soundtrack song only plays during the credits and before the new Barbie post-credits scene. It is the first song that plays during the credits, as viewers who stay see the real versions of the Barbie dolls that have been made over the years.
Where to listen to the Barbie soundtrack
He Barbie The Barbie: The Album movie soundtrack is available to stream or purchase on major music platforms such as Spotify and apple music. The 17 songs of Barbie The soundtrack can be found across these platforms, allowing fans of the film to listen to their favorites over and over again, such as “Barbie World” by Nicki Minaj and Ice Spice, “What Was I Made For” by Billie Eilish or channeling her Kenergy with Ryan Gosling. “I’m just Ken.” No physical release date has been announced for the soundtrack. Those who want to hear more of Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt’s score after watching the film will also be able to find it on music streaming services.