Hulu has announced the release of the Homeroom digital soundtrack on August 27 by Omnivore, featuring music by Bay Area artists including Goapele, Rexx Life Raj, Dame D.O.L.L.A., White Dave, and more.
- Hulu has announced the release of the digital soundtrack for Homeroom coming on August 27, along with the music video for “Look at Us” by Goapele featuring Rexx Life Raj you can check out below.
- The album will feature music from Bay Area artists including Goapele, Rexx Life Raj, Dame D.O.L.L.A., White Dave, DJ D Sharp, and more.
- “Look at Us” – Goapele featuring Rexx Life Raj
- “Hyphy”- Tia Nomore, Bruh from Last Night and Mikos da Gawd
- “Bigger Than Us”- Dame D.O.L.L.A. featuring Paul Rey
- “Keep It Player”- DJ D Sharp and Ian Kelly
- “Pesos” by Studio_Dad, WADE08 & Tia Nomore feat. Lord Morgan, Wayne Mills & Pretty Bobby
- “Climb”- White Dave & Elena
- “Manifest” by Basi & Drew Banga
- “Rising Sun” – Elena
- “Rising Sun”- Karina Nicks
What They’re Saying:
- Peter Nicks, Producer/Director, Homeroom: “This unique soundtrack reflects the story of the film Homeroom by bringing together a collection of Bay Area artists that each have something powerful to say about the youth of America. This collection of music, including a track from my late daughter Karina, reflects the voice of a generation that has had a profound impact on this unprecedented moment in American history.”
- Homeroom is Peter Nicks’ final chapter in a trilogy of films – The Waiting Room (2012) and The Force (2017) – examining the relationship between health care, criminal justice, and education in Oakland, CA over the past decade.
- All three documentaries are available to stream on Hulu.
- In Homeroom, Oakland High School’s class of 2020 confronts an unprecedented year. Anxiety over test scores and college applications gives way to uncertainty springing from a rapidly developing pandemic. Efforts to eliminate the school district’s police force unfold against the backdrop of growing nationwide demands for systemic change.