Michael B. Jordan Reacts To Bas Playing Song For “Creed III” Soundtrack: Watch

Bas released “Blood, Sweat & Tears” for the movie last month.

BYThomas Galindo
Michael B. Jordan Reacts To Bas Playing Song For “Creed III” Soundtrack: Watch

Creed III is just days away. Slated to release in theaters on March 3, the movie's recent developments have all been promising. Along with hinting at a continued "Creedverse" for more movies, the film's star Micheal B. Jordan's currently on quite a press run. At the movie's premiere, Michael B. partook in a petty conversation with a reporter who used to call him corny in high school. After that delivered headlines on its own, Jordan then took part in a racy photoshoot for Calvin Klein. You know what they say, all press is good press.

With all this going on, though, one of the most intriguing storylines for Creed III is its soundtrack. Tasked to craft original songs for the movie, J. Cole's Dreamville label delivered two promotional singles already. The first of these singles was "Ma Boy," performed by Lute and JID. Next came "Blood, Sweat & Tears." Released on Feb. 22, the song features Dreamville's Bas along with Kel-P and Black Sherif. The two latter artists are Nigerian and Ghanian, respectively. Over the Afrobeat-inspired track, the trio deliver strong verses and smooth harmonies. And, in a new video released by Dreamville, the movie's star actor and director seems to agree.

Michael B. Jordan In The Studio

On Wednesday (March 1), Dreamville posted a clip of behind-the-scenes footage in the studio. Joined by Michael B. Jordan, Bas plays a portion of "Blood, Sweat & Tears." Clearly enjoying what he is hearing, Jordan interjects with some positive comments. "It's giving, like, end credit vibes too, you know what I'm sayin'? It's hard," he said. He later added how African themes influenced the third act of the Creed III movie. It seems that the Bas track will be a perfect inclusion in the film in this case, considering two African artists worked with Bas on the song.

Earlier this week, Dreamville announced that their annual Dreamville Fest takes place on April 1 & 2. With J. Cole, Drake, Usher, JID, Summer Walker, GloRilla, and more slated to perform, it could be the best festival they've hosted to date. Bas is set to perform on Sunday (April 2) at the fest, as he could likely already have an album out by then. Either way, it seems that Bas, Michael B. Jordan, and Dreamville are all peaking at the same time.


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