The soundtrack for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1, has finally come together. When the tracklist was originally announced, one song was missing, a "Track 5," and now that new song has arrived online. Today (Nov. 13), Ariana Grande's reggae-touched electronic Hunger Games song with Major Lazer "All My Love" leaked, and it's just as gloriously spacey as one could imagine.
"All My Love" plays close to Grande's previous foray into EDM world, her My Everything single "Break Free." Her own, breathy ethereal voice plays well off Major Lazer's tropical influenced rhythms, creating an airy, hopeful combination.
"All the rhythms in my heart lift me up inside / We can stay out of trouble, is it worth the blame / Is it true that the more you give, the more they take? / All the rhythms of my heart lift me up and say / All my love will make us ache / All my love is worth the chase," Grande sings before the poppy beat drops.
The song is a good marriage of Grande's signature sound with Major Lazer's party-friendly beats. And despite their newfound feud over Taylor Swift's booty, Diplo and Lorde penned a worthy, radio-friendly Hunger Games single.
Listen to "All My Love" below:
"All My Love" is a new Ariana Grande, Major Lazer single as a part of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1. The soundtrack, which was curated by Lorde also features the likes of Kanye West, The Chemical Brothers, Tove Lo and Lorde herself. The OST will be released on Tuesday, Nov. 18, and the movie will follow with a Friday, Nov. 21, release date.