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Check Out Skrillex and Rick Ross’ ‘Purple Lamborghini’ Track for ‘Suicide Squad’

by Inigo Monzon   Jul 22, 2016 16:35 PM EDT

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Skrillex and Rick Ross have recently released a new song for the upcoming film Suicide Squad. The track, titled "Purple Lamborghini," is part of the film's soundtrack which also features Panic! At the Disco's "Bohemian Rhapsody" cover and "Sucker for Pain" by Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa and Imagine Dragons.

The title of the song directly refers to the purple Lamborghini that Jared Leto's Joker character drives around in in the movie. But aside from the title of the track, the entire song perfectly fits well with the theme of the film, which is basically about a rowdy group of anti-heroes led by Will Smith's Deadshot and Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn.

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For "Purple Lamborghini," Skrillex makes use of synthetic horns, sirens and trap percussions. It also features the D.J.'s signature mechanized bass drops that flow really well with Ross' lyrical stylings, Rolling Stone reported. The entire song sounds aggressive and intimidating, and conjures up images of the Joker or members of the Suicide Squad wreaking havoc in a city.

Speaking of the Joker, it was previously reported that the music video for "Purple Lamborghini" will feature Leto as the iconic villain. According to The Independent, the actor tweeted photos of himself in full Joker costume earlier in June. It was then confirmed at that time that he was in Miami to shoot the video for the track made by Skrillex and Ross. However, there are no details yet as to when the "Purple Lamborghini" video will come out.

As for the track, it is now available on Apple's iTunes and can be purchased for $1.29. For now, the Suicide Squad: The Album only has three available songs. The entire soundtrack is scheduled to be released on Aug. 5, which is also the premiere of the Suicide Squad movie.

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