The soundtrack to Halle Berry’s directorial debut, Bruised, will be released by Warner Records on Nov. 19. With the soundtrack, the movie is regarded as the first all-female Hip-Hop movie, featuring performances by Cardi B, City Girls, Saweetie, Latto, H.E.R., and more. Next up on the soundtrack is a track from rising star Baby Tate today (Nov. 12). Tate shows off her wordplay in the recently released “Dungarees”:
Streaming on Netflix on Nov. 24, the film, which stars Berry as an M.M.A. fighter who has been disgraced, will also run for a week in theaters. As for her thoughts on the soundtrack, Berry made sure to provide a glimpse into her perspective. According to Variety, “I am eager to share it.” “H.E.R. sang the title track… and she killed it.” “I cannot wait to share the album with you.” I am super excited to share the album with everyone.”
As we reported earlier this year, Yung Baby Tate released the deluxe version of her 2020 project After The Rain back in May. Flo Milli and 6lack contributed tracks and features to the project. She recently released her brand new single “Pedi” as part of her new Warner Records deal.