Meryl Streep raps about Michelle Obama in a model new monitor from her film musical “The Prom“.
The star performs the unique music “Wear Your Crown” in the flick, additionally starring Nicole Kidman and James Corden, with the “Mamma Mia!” star spitting bars concerning the former FLOTUS.
“Gotta put on your crown or your tiara / Now is the time to bust out the mascara / Who wants shade, there’s nothing dullah,” Meryl raps. “We’re dwelling life in full technicolour / But in case your sparkle begins to fade / Go out and begin your individual parade.”
“And if any person begins in with new drama / Just go excessive like Michelle Obama,” she provides in the tune, which was written throughout post-production as a result of director Ryan Murphy determined the film wanted to “finish on a excessive.”
Co-songwriter Adam Anders informed USA Today they wrote a female-empowerment pop/Broadway hybrid “that will embody all the feelings of the movie, however wrap all of it in an uptempo banger you’ll be able to dance to.”
“Of course, we had to do that all throughout Covid, so all of it needed to occur through Zoom periods as we have been locked down,” he assured.
“The Prom” is because of hit Netflix on 11 December (20).
“We wrote a music that was a tragic music, nevertheless it did not match with the tone of the film,” Ryan Murphy stated. “And then we bought to the top of the film, with the end-credit design sequence. When I noticed that, I believe we wanted an end-credit music that is concerning the ladies. It’s concerning the feminine energy in the movie. I informed the songwriting group and the composer, ‘Let’s do one thing upbeat, that we are able to ship individuals out in a celebratory vogue, and let’s have all the ladies do the vocal tracks. Furthermore, let’s have Meryl Streep rap.”