Following the release of his ninth (and possibly final) film, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Quentin Tarantino shares his love for music by taking over Spotify’s “Film & TV Favorites” playlist.

Mostly known for his keen eye for directing and colorful storytelling and characters, Tarantino has created some of the biggest music moments in film. Who could forget Kill Bill Vol. 1‘s opening score of Nancy Sinatra’s version of “Bang Bang”, John Travolta and Uma Therman dancing the twist to “You Never Can Tell” by Chuck Berry in Pulp Fiction, or when Rick Ross’ “100 Black Coffins” starts randomly playing during Django Unchained. There are so many great musical moments in Tarantino’s filmography to list, and now we can now relive all of them on Spotify.

Coming in around four hours, the playlist features over sixty songs the director has used within his work. From Isaac Hayes, to Johnny Cash, to David Bowie, this is a playlist no music lover will want to miss out on.

The playlist continues Tarantino’s Spotify takeover, which saw the release of the ’60s-themed Once Upon a Time in Hollywood soundtrack, alongside an in-depth podcast where Tarantino explains the musical choices he made in the film track-by-track.

It’s a good day to be a Tarantino stan. Stream the playlist below.

Words by Kyle Hodge
Staff Writer

New York based writer that pops flavor and drips sauce.

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