Welcome to the world of LyricVids, where music meets visuals in the most captivating and electrifying way! Today, we are thrilled to share an exciting milestone in our journey as we delve into our collaboration with Universal Pictures’ Fast X movie soundtrack. As the go-to company for professional lyric video production, we have had the immense honor of creating all the official lyric videos for this highly anticipated album.
From Latin tracks that ignite the dance floor to hip-hop collaborations that shake the foundations of the genre, the Fast X soundtrack is an extraordinary melting pot of talent and creativity. In this article, we’ll embark on a thrilling journey through the Fast X movie soundtrack, where the color palettes, fonts, and visuals seamlessly intertwine to create a universal street car theme. From the glistening shine of chrome to the fiery bursts of flames, from the captivating allure of chains to the intimidating presence of grills, each lyric video encapsulates the adrenaline-fueled spirit of the Fast and Furious franchise.
Let the adventure begin!
“Let’s Ride” – YG, Ty Dolla $ign & Lambo4oe:
The first video we had the privilege of creating was for the energetic track titled “Let’s Ride” featuring Californian rappers YG, Ty Dolla $ign, and Lambo4oe. This lyric video was an instant hit among fans, accumulating over a million views. With a color palette reflecting the intense street car culture, the video features textured elements like shiny chrome, tire treads, grills, and other Fast and Furious inspired visuals including hot exclusive footage from the movie, ensuring an adrenaline-pumping experience.
The carefully chosen color palette of red, gold, and chrome becomes a visual symphony that enhances the energetic and high-octane atmosphere of the soundtrack. The bold and vibrant red signifies passion, intensity, and the adrenaline rush synonymous with the Fast and Furious franchise. It ignites the screen, representing the fire and heat of the music. The gleaming gold accents add a touch of luxury and grandeur, embodying the aspirational aspects of the fast car culture depicted in the films. Lastly, the lustrous chrome elements evoke a sense of sleekness, sophistication, and a nod to the polished aesthetics of street cars. Together, this color palette creates a cohesive and dynamic visual experience, encapsulating the spirit of speed, power, and relentless pursuit showcased in the Fast X lyric videos.
“Gasolina” (Safari Riot Remix) – Daddy Yankee & Myke Towers:
Next up, we took on the iconic Daddy Yankee hit “Gasolina” for a remix collaboration with Puerto Rican artist Myke Towers. This dynamic lyric video brilliantly combines the classic reggaetón vibes with the Fast and Furious aesthetic. Reaching nearly 2 million views, it has undoubtedly become a favorite among fans, reigniting the infectious spirit of the original track.
The lyric video captures the essence of the Fast X soundtrack through its vibrant color palette and high-energy visual effects. The color scheme, inspired by the fiery nature of the track, combines shades of gold, chrome, and black, mirroring the intensity and passion of the song. The use of fire elements throughout the video further amplifies the fast-paced and exhilarating atmosphere, aligning perfectly with the explosive nature of the Fast and Furious franchise. With seamless transitions, dynamic animations, and electrifying effects, the “Gasolina” lyric video embodies the spirit of Fast X, delivering a captivating visual experience that keeps the audience engaged and fuels their excitement for the soundtrack.
“My City” – G Herbo, 24kGoldn & Kane Brown:
Blending genres, our team created an outstanding lyric video for the song “My City” featuring Chicago rapper G Herbo, California artist 24kGoldn, and Tennessee country singer Kane Brown. This cross-genre collaboration seamlessly incorporates hip hop and country music, providing a unique and unforgettable experience. With nearly 4.5 million views, it currently holds the record for the highest YouTube views of the soundtrack lyric videos.
The “My City” lyric video masterfully incorporates a color palette of blue and silver, evoking a sense of urban sophistication and the fast-paced cityscape reminiscent of the Fast and Furious universe. Despite the song’s slower and more emotional nature, the video cleverly juxtaposes the vibrant cityscape visuals, highways, and movie footage to emphasize the strong bond of family and friends. The cool smoke effects and dynamic transitions add a touch of visual flair, representing the resilience and unity found within the Fast X narrative. By combining these elements, the lyric video beautifully captures the heartfelt essence of the song while paying homage to the high-octane spirit that defines the Fast and Furious franchise.
“Won’t Back Down” – Bailey Zimmerman, Dermot Kennedy & YoungBoy Never Broke Again:
Continuing the trend of exceptional collaborations, we crafted the lyric video for “Won’t Back Down” a powerful hip hop and country fusion. This track features the remarkable voices of Louisville singer Bailey Zimmerman, Irish singer-songwriter Dermot Kennedy, and Louisiana rapper YoungBoy Never Broke Again.
In a brilliant visual portrayal, the lyric video intertwines rock, fire, and water visuals, symbolizing the diverse elements present within the Fast X universe. The rock visuals represent strength, while the fire embodies the fiery energy and passion of the franchise. The water elements signify fluidity and adaptability, echoing the characters’ ability to navigate challenging situations. These visuals provide a dynamic backdrop that resonates with the Fast X storyline and amplifies the song’s powerful message.
Furthermore, “Won’t Back Down” stands out as a cross-genre collaboration, fusing the genres of country music and hip hop. This fusion echoes the diverse and eclectic nature of the Fast X soundtrack, where different styles seamlessly blend to create a harmonious musical experience. The song’s slower tempo and lyrics about strong friendship bonds align with the themes of loyalty, camaraderie, and resilience that are central to the Fast and Furious franchise.
“Countin’ On You” – Lil Tjay, Fridayy & Khi Infinite:
Our journey through the Fast X soundtrack wouldn’t be complete without mentioning the lyric video for “Countin’ On You.” This high-energy track, featuring New York rapper Lil Tjay, Philly rapper Fridayy, and Virginia artist Khi Infinite, showcases our ability to bring the diverse talents together in a cohesive visual representation. The “Countin’ On You” lyric video is a thrilling visual experience that embodies the core themes of loyalty and having each other’s backs, perfectly aligning with the Fast X universe. The lyrics, “This is what I love, so I do this shit with passion. Highlights, runways, lights flashin’,” encapsulate the adrenaline-fueled spirit of the Fast and Furious franchise. The lyric video brilliantly captures this energy by incorporating Fast X-related visuals such as tire marks, flashing lights, and a chrome aesthetic that adds a sleek and stylish touch. Furthermore, the inclusion of exclusive Fast X footage further immerses viewers into the captivating world of the franchise.
“Vai Sentando” – Skrillex, Ludmilla, Duki & King DouDou:
The “Vai Sentando” lyric video showcases an extraordinary collaboration between artists from different corners of the globe, resulting in a truly remarkable musical experience. With Skrillex, an LA-based DJ at the helm, Ludmilla representing Brazil, Duki hailing from Argentina, and King DouDou lending his talents from France, this fusion of diverse cultural backgrounds echoes the global reach and multicultural essence of the Fast and Furious franchise.
In the lyric video, the green and blue neon glowing color scheme takes center stage, reflecting the vibrant and pulsating energy synonymous with the Fast and Furious universe. These electrifying hues represent the thrilling and dynamic nature of the franchise, while the inclusion of smoke, tropical leaves, palm trees, water, and fire elements further enhances the tropical and high-octane ambiance.
The “Vai Sentando” lyric video is an explosion of energy, featuring dynamic transitions, cool visual effects, and seamless animations. This high-energy approach perfectly complements the Fast and Furious franchise, capturing the fast-paced action, adrenaline-pumping moments, and captivating visuals associated with the film series.
“Sigue La Fiesta” – Justin Quiles, Dalex & Santa Fe Klan:
Continuing the Latin super collaboration trend, we bring you the lyric video for “Sigue La Fiesta” which translates to “Keep the Party Going.” This exhilarating track features the talents of Puerto Rican/American singer Justin Quiles, American Urbano singer Dalex, and Mexican rapper Santa Fe Klan. With a captivating color scheme of red and purple, the video exudes passion, intensity, and a sense of mystery. The inclusion of skulls, flashing lights, fire, and smoke adds a thrilling and edgy atmosphere, mirroring the electrifying and adrenaline-fueled essence of the Fast and Furious universe. The energetic visuals and larger-than-life presentation capture the grandeur and larger-than-life nature of the Fast and Furious franchise, where every moment is epic and the stakes are high.
By embracing the Latin collaboration and infusing it with powerful visuals, the “Sigue La Fiesta” lyric video aligns with the multicultural and diverse nature of the Fast and Furious franchise. It celebrates the fusion of different cultures and musical styles, mirroring the global reach and universal appeal of the Fast and Furious films.
“Angel Pt. 1” – Muni Long, NLE Choppa, Kodak Black, Jimin (BTS), JVKE:
One of the most highly anticipated tracks on the soundtrack, “Angel Pt. 1” brings together an extraordinary lineup of artists. Memphis rapper NLE Choppa, Florida rapper Kodak Black, South Korean superstar Jimin from the renowned boy band BTS, Rhode Island singer/producer JVKE, and the mesmerizing vocals of Florida singer Muni Long all converge in this hip-hop collaboration.
The “Angel Pt. 1” lyric video is a visually mesmerizing journey that captivates viewers with its blues and shiny gold color palette, evoking a sense of ethereal beauty and grandeur. The celestial blue hues represent a starry night sky, while the shimmering gold accents add a touch of elegance and allure. These colors not only create a visually stunning backdrop but also symbolize the emotional depth and cosmic elements that resonate throughout the Fast X soundtrack.
Within the lyric video, the visuals transport us to dreamy clouds and glowing cityscapes, representing a juxtaposition of ethereal realms and the vibrant energy of urban landscapes. This combination mirrors the dichotomy present in the Fast and Furious franchise, where characters navigate both exhilarating high-speed chases and profound personal connections. Notably, the “Angel Pt. 1” lyric video features exclusive Fast X footage, seamlessly blending the narrative of the franchise with the evocative power of the song. This inclusion serves as a tribute to the enduring impact of the Fast and Furious series and its beloved cast, especially after the devastating loss of Paul Walker. The song’s themes of friendship, love, and loss resonate deeply, amplifying the emotional resonance of the lyric video and serving as a poignant reminder of the franchise’s legacy.
“Toretto” – J Balvin:
Representing the vibrant Colombian music scene, we present the lyric video for “Toretto” by the esteemed J Balvin. Known for his infectious rhythms and captivating charisma, J Balvin delivers a dynamic performance in this track. The “Toretto” lyric video pays homage to the iconic character “Dominic Toretto” portrayed by Vin Diesel in the Fast and Furious franchise. This connection to Dominic Toretto’s Latino identity adds depth and resonance to the lyric video, intertwining it with the vibrant Latin spirit that permeates the Fast and Furious universe.
The color scheme of pinks, reds, and oranges employed in the lyric video is a vibrant reflection of the Latin nature of the song. These warm hues evoke feelings of passion, energy, and fiery intensity, which align perfectly with the Latin-inspired rhythms and melodies. Moreover, the color palette also represents the multiculturalism portrayed in the Fast and Furious movies, particularly evident in scenes set in Brazil and other Latin American locations.
In addition to the color scheme, the “Toretto” lyric video incorporates visuals such as tropical leaves, dark waters, and glowing neon shapes. The tropical leaves symbolize the lushness and exoticism of the Latin landscape, further immersing viewers into the vibrant atmosphere. The dark waters add a sense of depth and mystery, hinting at the intrigue and secrets that often surround the Fast and Furious characters. The glowing neon shapes bring a modern and urban aesthetic, reflecting the dynamic and pulsating energy found in Latin American cities.
“9 In My Hand (Remix)” – Kordhell & Key Glock:
Last but certainly not least, we showcase the lyric video for “9 In My Hand (Remix)” by American artist Kordhell and Memphis rapper Key Glock. This collaboration infuses the soundtrack with raw energy and lyrical prowess.
The “9 In My Hand” lyric video captivates viewers with its elemental visual space, combining a color scheme of reds, golds, and blacks. This bold color palette creates an intense and immersive atmosphere that perfectly complements the hip hop/EDM remix genre and the Fast X movie. The fiery visuals symbolize the energy and passion inherent in both the music and the Fast and Furious franchise. The presence of rock, pavement, and metal elements further amplifies the urban and gritty aesthetics, aligning with the street car culture depicted in the films.
The video’s high energy and fast-paced nature perfectly mirror the dynamic remix genre and the exhilarating nature of the Fast X soundtrack. Through impactful visual effects, explosive fire elements, and seamless transitions, the lyric video creates a sensory experience that immerses viewers in a world of electrifying beats and adrenaline-pumping visuals. The combination of dynamic and impactful effects captures the essence of the Fast and Furious universe, where every moment is filled with intensity and excitement.
“Nothing Else Matters” – Jessie Murph:
We are thrilled to include the powerful and soulful track “Nothing Else Matters” by Alabama singer Jessie Murph in our lyric video collection. The lyric video takes a slower-paced approach to perfectly match the soulful nature of the song. It immerses viewers in an ethereal and enchanting visual experience, adorned with an exquisite blue and luxurious gold color palette. The combination of these colors creates a sense of elegance, depth, and tranquility, elevating the emotional resonance of the music.
Throughout the video, captivating visuals such as budding and wilting black roses, flying sparks, lightning, smoke, and fire emerge, adding an intense and mysterious dimension to the lyric video. These elements symbolize the raw emotions and intense feelings evoked by Jessie’s powerful vocals. The black roses represent beauty and resilience, while the flying sparks, lightning, and fire reflect the passion and intensity woven into the lyrics.
The juxtaposition of the ethereal blue and opulent gold with the intense visuals creates a mesmerizing contrast that captures the essence of “Nothing Else Matters.” The lyric video invites viewers on a journey of introspection, exploring the depth of emotions and the power of Jessie’s vocals.
“Furious” – BIA:
Next on the list is the high-energy track “Furious” by Massachusetts rapper BIA. With her fierce delivery and captivating presence, BIA brings an electrifying energy to the soundtrack.
The “Furious” lyric video, despite its brevity, delivers a clear and impactful message through its visual themes of fire, chains, barbed wire, and chrome. This concise yet powerful combination captures the dangerous and exhilarating vibes that resonate with the Fast X atmosphere.
The presence of fire symbolizes the intense and explosive nature of the Fast and Furious franchise, reflecting the high-octane action and adrenaline-fueled moments that define the series. The imagery of chains and barbed wire adds an element of edginess and danger, hinting at the risks and challenges faced by the characters in their daring pursuits.
The chrome aesthetic further enhances the lyric video’s visual impact, representing the sleekness and speed associated with the street car culture portrayed in the Fast X movie. The metallic shine of chrome adds a touch of luxury and sophistication, enhancing the overall aesthetic and aligning with the high-end and stylish elements synonymous with the Fast and Furious franchise.
“Spinnin” – Lil Durk, EST Gee:
Taking the stage with a dynamic hip-hop collaboration, we present “Spinnin” by Chicago rapper Lil Durk and Kentucky rapper EST Gee. This hard-hitting track combines their distinct styles and lyrical prowess, creating an explosive musical experience. The “Spinnin” lyric video immerses viewers in a visually captivating experience that resonates with the street vibes of Fast X and the rap genre. The color scheme of cyan and grey establishes a sense of urban grittiness and edginess, aligning perfectly with the street culture depicted in the Fast and Furious franchise. This color combination represents the vibrant energy and rawness that characterizes both the rap genre and the Fast X soundtrack.
The video’s fast-paced graffiti visuals, interspersed with imagery of money, barbed wire, and street scenes, further reinforce the connection to the streets and the gritty nature of the song. These elements encapsulate the street culture, capturing the hustle, camaraderie, and the pursuit of success often associated with rap music. Additionally, the incorporation of exclusive Fast X footage adds an extra layer of excitement and connects the lyric video to the thrilling world of the franchise.
As the song delves into themes of street life, gang mentality, and car references, the “Spinnin” lyric video creatively integrates spinning transitions and dynamic visual effects. These techniques amplify the energetic nature of the music, adding a sense of movement, excitement, and stylistic flair. The spinning transitions, in particular, mirror the title of the song, enhancing the visual storytelling and further immersing viewers into the fast-paced narrative.
“Steppers” – Nardo Wick, NLE Choppa:
Continuing the streak of exceptional hip-hop collaborations, we bring you “Steppers” by Florida rapper Nardo Wick and Memphis rapper NLE Choppa. This track showcases their undeniable talent and the seamless chemistry between their verses. The “Steppers” lyric video immerses viewers in a visually striking experience, combining a chrome and red color scheme that exudes intensity and allure. This color palette perfectly complements the rap genre of the song, reflecting the vibrant energy and boldness associated with the Fast X soundtrack.
The lyric video commands attention with its larger-than-life lyric displays, boldly showcasing the powerful words and rhymes. This visual presentation not only enhances the impact of the lyrics but also adds a sense of grandeur and significance to the overall viewing experience.
With fast-paced transitions and dynamic visual effects, the “Steppers” lyric video keeps viewers engaged and captivated from start to finish. The rapid transitions mirror the fast-paced nature of the rap genre, delivering an immersive and energetic visual journey. The dynamic visual effects further enhance the video’s appeal, adding depth, movement, and a touch of visual flair that complements the street-life nature of the song.
“Get It” – Luh Tyler, Anti Da Menace:
Joining forces, 17-year-old Florida rapper Luh Tyler and Atlanta rapper Anti Da Menace present “Get It” – a testament to their youthful energy and undeniable talent.
The “Get It” lyric video takes viewers on a thrilling visual journey, adorned with a glowing green and chrome color scheme that resonates with the Fast X vibe. The vibrant green hue signifies vitality, growth, and a sense of urgency, reflecting the fast-paced street life and rap music that are synonymous with the Fast and Furious franchise.
In the video, visuals of money, fire, smoke, and chains create an atmosphere of intensity, capturing the raw energy and edginess of the rap genre. These elements symbolize the hustle, ambition, and determination prevalent in street life and rap music, which align perfectly with the themes explored in the Fast X soundtrack.
The “Get It” lyric video features fast-paced transitions and cool visual effects that mirror the dynamic nature of the Fast and Furious franchise. These techniques create a sense of movement and excitement, amplifying the energetic rhythm and flow of the rap music.
“Supafly” (Remix) – Cootie & BiC Fizzle, BigXthaPlug:
Injecting some regional flavors into the soundtrack, we have the “Supafly” (Remix) by Arkansas rappers Cootie & BiC Fizzle and Dallas rapper BigXthaPlug. This collaboration brings together unique styles and showcases the versatility of Southern rap. The “Supafly (Remix)” lyric video embraces a lavish and opulent visual aesthetic, perfectly mirroring the song’s show-off nature. With a focus on all things gold and luxurious, the video immerses viewers in a world of extravagance and indulgence. The inclusion of chains, chandeliers, and gold-flaked marble top textures adds a touch of sophistication and grandeur, evoking a sense of luxury and excess. These visual elements create a visual representation of the song’s themes of success, confidence, and living life to the fullest.
Throughout the lyric video, glimpses of cash and other symbols of wealth reinforce the idea of indulgence and prosperity. These elements further emphasize the song’s upbeat hip hop nature, providing a fitting backdrop for the catchy beats and energetic rhythm. The video’s transitions are designed to match the song’s lively and vibrant nature, capturing the upbeat and fast-paced essence of the music. The dynamic transitions enhance the visual storytelling, creating an engaging and entertaining experience for viewers.
“Reaper” – Babyface Ray, Babytron, Peezy:
Representing Michigan’s rap scene, we present “Reaper” by talented rappers Babyface Ray, Babytron, and Peezy. This gritty hip-hop collaboration showcases their lyrical prowess and distinctive flow.
The predominant use of chrome and rock textures adds a sense of sleekness, strength, and resilience to the video. These elements symbolize the street car culture and the unyielding spirit of the Fast X world. The use of chrome embodies the high-performance and polished nature of the vehicles, while the rock texture represents the rugged and rebellious side of the franchise.
Throughout the video, viewers are treated to a series of visuals that further reinforce the Fast X connection. Glowing neon lights, chain-link fences, stacked tires, underground garages, streetlights, and speeding roads create an atmosphere reminiscent of the urban streets and high-octane action of the Fast and Furious movies. These visuals add depth and immersion, evoking a sense of intensity and excitement that mirrors the adrenaline-fueled experiences depicted in the franchise.
“Te Cura” – Maria Becerra:
Diving into the realm of Latin music once again, we bring you “Te Cura” by Argentinian artist Maria Becerra. This track captivates listeners with its infectious rhythm and Maria Becerra’s mesmerizing vocals. The “Te Cura” lyric video immerses viewers in a captivating Latin-inspired visual experience that aligns with the essence of the artist and the song. The inclusion of exotic trees, sand, wet and dripping skin, and fire creates a tropical and sensual ambiance, reflecting the passion and sensuality often associated with Latin music. These visuals evoke a sense of allure, transporting viewers to a world of vibrant energy and exotic landscapes. Caution road signs further enhance the Fast X connection, symbolizing the fast-paced and adrenaline-fueled world of the franchise. These elements intertwine with the Latin theme, mirroring the fusion of cultural influences found within the Fast X soundtrack.
In addition, the “Te Cura” lyric video features exclusive Fast X footage, seamlessly blending the narrative of the franchise with the mesmerizing visuals of the song. This inclusion not only reinforces the connection between the song and the Fast and Furious series but also adds an exciting layer of familiarity and anticipation for fans. The larger-than-life lyrics, presented in an eye-catching manner, draw viewers’ attention and emphasize the power of the song’s message. The fast-paced transitions and cool visual effects further enhance the immersive experience, keeping viewers engaged and heightening the energy of the video.
“Bando (REMIX)” – ANNA, MadMan, Gemitaiz:
Adding more international flavor to the soundtrack, we introduce the only Italian rap track, “Bando (REMIX),” featuring 19-year-old artist ANNA, MadMan, and Gemitaiz. This collaboration highlights the unique talents and lyrical prowess of the Italian rap scene. With a color scheme dominated by oranges and reds, the lyric video creates a visually vibrant and dynamic atmosphere that reflects the high-energy nature of the song and its connection to the Fast and Furious franchise.
The use of flashing lights, car grilles, fire, and other race car-related elements within the video reinforces the Fast X relevance. These visuals evoke the thrilling world of street racing and the adrenaline-fueled excitement associated with the Fast and Furious movies. The presence of flashing lights adds a sense of urgency and intensity, while the inclusion of car grilles and fire symbolizes speed, power, and the raw energy that defines the Fast X universe.
The “Bando (Remix)” lyric video perfectly matches the high-energy nature of the song, capturing the fast-paced rhythm and dynamic flow through its visual presentation. The video’s seamless transitions and energetic effects further enhance the overall viewing experience, providing an immersive journey that mirrors the pulse-pounding intensity of both the song and the Fast and Furious franchise.
“Datura” – $uicideboy$:
Concluding our journey through the Fast X soundtrack, we bring you “Datura” by the Louisiana hip-hop duo $uicideboy$. Known for their dark and distinctive style, $uicideboy$ deliver an intense and mesmerizing track that resonates with their dedicated fanbase. The lyric video embraces a yellow and black color scheme, exuding a sense of intensity and danger, perfectly mirroring the themes and energy of the rap genre and the Fast and Furious franchise.
The yellow and black color palette represents a striking combination that signifies power, resilience, and a bold attitude. These colors create a visually impactful presence, capturing the attention of viewers and reflecting the high stakes and adrenaline-fueled action synonymous with Fast X. Fire serves as an ongoing visual theme in the “Datura” lyric video, further amplifying its connection to the Fast and Furious universe. With sparks flying and bellowing smoke, the video conveys a sense of raw energy, heat, and intensity. These fiery elements symbolize the passion and combustion present in both the rap genre and the high-octane world of Fast X.
In addition to the captivating visuals, the “Datura” lyric video features exclusive Fast X footage. This inclusion seamlessly blends the narrative of the franchise with the compelling visuals of the song, providing an extra layer of excitement and familiarity for fans.
In conclusion, as LyricVids, we are immensely grateful for the opportunity to collaborate on the official lyric videos for Universal Pictures’ Fast X movie soundtrack. Working on such a cultural franchise has been an exhilarating and fulfilling experience for our team. The Fast and Furious universe embodies the spirit of adrenaline, passion, and camaraderie, resonating with audiences of all backgrounds. It has been an honor to be part of this legacy and to have our work associated with such an iconic brand. Through our dedication to craftsmanship and attention to detail, we have strived to bring the essence of each song to life visually. From the dynamic Latin collaborations to the high-octane hip-hop tracks, and the fusion of different genres, every video showcases the immense talent and cultural diversity represented in the soundtrack.