Meryl Streep has lent her rap abilities to a transforming of musical present tune ‘Put on Your Crown’ – you may take heed to it beneath.
The music is taken from the Netflix adaptation of Broadway musical The Promenade, which tells the story of Emma, a young person who’s banned from attending a college dance together with her girlfriend.
Attributable to arrive on the streaming service on December 4, the Ryan Murphy-directed movie sees Streep star alongside James Corden, Nicole Kidman, Kerry Washington, Keegan-Michael Key and lots of others.
Along with starring within the venture, Streep has additionally jumped on the soundtrack. The Oscar-winning actor flexes her rap expertise on ‘Put on Your Crown’, which options within the movie’s end-credits.
Coming in on the 1:53 mark, Streep raps: “Gotta put on your crown or your tiara/ Now’s the time to bust out the mascara/ Who wants shade? There’s nothing duller/ We dwelling life in full technicolor/ But when your sparkle begins to fade/ Exit and begin your individual parade/ And if any person begins in with new drama/ Simply go excessive like Michelle Obama.”
Take heed to ‘Put on Your Crown’ beneath:
Adam Anders, who co-wrote the brand new model of the unique music, instructed USA Today that the female-empowering music would “embody all the feelings of the movie, however wrap all of it in an uptempo banger you may dance to…. And let’s face it, who doesn’t wish to see Meryl Streep rap? That’s next-level superior.”
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