20 Dec There's definitely nothing like 'Black Skinhead' on the soundtrack, and Randall Poster explains why. Kanye West is at the forefront of Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street" trailer, but there surely isn't anything like "Black Skinhead" on the soundtrack. So how did Kanye's. 17 Jun By Andrew Christina. As if there isn't enough hype surrounding Yeezus already, Paramount has added a movie trailer to the mix. The new promo for “Wolf of Wall Street,” starring Leonardo DiCaprio, is set to the soundtrack of “Black Skinhead," a cut off Kanye West's new album which is out tomorrow (June. Black Skinhead is a song by American rapper Kanye West, from his sixth studio album Yeezus (). The song is produced by West and Daft Punk, with additional production by Gesaffelstein, Brodinski, Mike Dean, Lupe Fiasco, No ID, Jack Donoghue, and Noah Goldstein. The song was premiered on the finale of.
9 Jun they're not the first. In fact, the intertwined history of “Black Skinhead” and movie trailers began before the song was even released. The studio version of the song first appeared not on Yeezus but the day before that album's official release, when the track debuted in the trailer for The Wolf of Wall Street. 3 Jul Trailer Tunes: 'The Wolf of Wall Street' & Kanye's 'Black Skinhead'. BY Joe Reid. At the intersection of movie trailers and music, what does Kanye West's 'Black Skinhead' tell us about the wildly anticipated Scorsese/DiCaprio re-teaming, 'The Wolf of Wall Street'?. There's always so much to unpack about a. 31 Oct With a Christmas release solidified, 'The Wolf of Wall Street' now has a second trailer, this one with more of a Southern-rock flair. How Emotional Is It? While the use of Kanye West's "Black Skinhead" in the first Wolf trailer had an edge of political commentary to it, the more generic rock strains in the Dead.