Will Smith drops another hit in the title track from the soundtrack of the 1999 summer blockbuster WILD WILD WEST. The song finds Smith operating in an up-tempo dance floor style and features backing vocals from Dru Hill and Kool Moe Dee. "Wild Wild West" also cleverly utilizes a sample from Stevie Wonder. There is plenty of other action on WILD WILD WEST. "Bailamos," from Enrique Iglesias; "Getting Closer," from Tatyana Ali featuring Kel Spencer; and "Confused," from Blackstreet are all winners. Also catch "Bad Guys Always Die," from Dr. Dre and Eminem. WILD WILD WEST also features the return of Guy ("The Best") and Slick Rick ("I Sparkle"). All in all, one of the better soundtracks to come along in a while.
What the critics say...
Entertainment Weekly (6/18/99, p.79) - "...Not inspired, but no bum steer, either. A few hidden derringers: Tra-Knox and Enrique Iglesias..." - Rating:B Muzik (8/99, p.101) - 3 stars (out of 5) - "...A who's who of r&b and hip hop turns out for this soundtrack...the main point of interest being a P-funky Guy reunion track called 'The Best'."
- Wild Wild West - Will Smith/Dru Hill/Kool Moe Dee
- Bailamos - Enrique Iglesias
- Confused - Blackstreet
- Keep It Movin' - MC Lyte/Payne
- Getting Closer - Tatyana Ali/Kel Spencer
- Lucky Day - Tra-Knox
- Bad Guys Always Die - Dr. Dre/Eminem
- Mailman - Faith Evans
- I'm Wanted - Kel Spencer/Richie Sambora
- Hero - Breeze
- Chocolate Form - Neutral
- I Sparkle - Slick Rick
- Best, The - Guy
- 8 Minutes To Sunrise - Common/Jill Scott
- Stick Up - Bow Wow/Jermaine Dupri
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