Ludwig Göransson is one of the world’s most accomplished composers and music producers. He’s worked on blockbuster films such as “Venom,” and “Tenet” and has been director Ryan Coogler’s go-to film composer throughout his career, working on the scores for “Fruitvale Station,” “Creed” and “Black Panther,” the latter for which he won the Oscar for Best Original Score. The much-anticipated sequel, “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,” finds Göransson returning to the world of Wakanda while having to introduce the underwater kingdom of Telokan. Please take a listen to our conversation as we discuss the pressure of having to follow up the original film, working with talented music artists such as Rihanna on the film’s soundtrack, how he expanded upon his work from the first film, and more. Enjoy, and thank you!
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