Jordan Peele's Academy Award-winning movie Get Out may have been released well over a year ago, but apparently, it doesn't mean it's too late to release an official soundtrack to the film. According to Billboard, Jordan is grabbing composer Michael Abels to do the score for the beloved movie. The vinyl - that will be presented as a deluxe-double LP format - will be available on June 15th. 

Exclusive notes courtesy of Jordan will be available in the vinyl that will detail his reason for teaming up with Michael. "I had some ideas. I envisioned distinctly black voices harmonically creating an unnatural sound. The absence of hope. The void of the voiceless. A disembodied Negro spiritual. The Sunken Place," Jordan noted. 

In other Jordan news, the man continues to pump out anticipated screenplays and series with his name on it. We recently posted on his plans to produce a "Nazi-Hunter" series for Amazon, we shared the first trailer for his Spike Lee assisted film BlacKkKlansman and he's been teasing his upcoming horror film Us slated for a March 2019 release. 

Keep doing you Jordan, we're lovin' it.