I’m a Virgo Soundtrack: Every Song Featured in the Prime Video Show – Virgo is a zodiac sign known for being adventurous, and this latest show on Amazon Prime Video is all about the adventures of a giant of a man who tries to enter the so-called society after years in hiding.  Directed by Boots Riley, “I’m a Virgo” follows the story of Cootie, a 13-foot-tall Black man from Oakland, as he navigates a world filled with absurdity and biting social commentary.

Jharrel Jerome shines in the lead role, capturing Cootie’s physical and social awkwardness with empathy and comedic edge. The series cleverly uses CGI and practical props to showcase Cootie’s size, resulting in physical comedy and hilarious moments. With a cast of talented actors, including Walton Goggins as the ludicrous antagonist, and Riley’s quick wit and surreal creativity, “I’m a Virgo” is a laugh riot. The talented ensemble also includes Brett Gray, Kara Young, Allius Barnes, Olivia Washington, Mike Epps, and Carmen Ejogo, making “I’m a Virgo” a must-watch with its stellar cast.

I’m a Virgo is filled with absurd diversions and details, such as a character cursed to live in slow motion and a powerful TV show that paralyzes its viewers. The show has cameos from Elijah Wood, Morgan Fairchild, and Slavoj Žižek, adding to its unique tone. The show cleverly handles Cootie’s size mismatch through old-school tricks, giving it a charming homemade quality. I’m a Virgo critiques the superhero complex, exposing how superhero movies perpetuate the capitalist system and maintain the status quo. Director Riley’s surreal comedy and political satire mix delivers an insightful and engaging experience.

It has an average of 96% on Rotten Tomatoes’ Tomatometer. Such a high rating shows the buzz it has created and how everyone praises the series for its unique take.

I’m a Virgo Soundtrack: Every Song Featured in the Prime Video Show:

I’m a Virgo is written, directed, and produced by Boots Riley, a musician and political activist. As expected, we can experience the story through the soundtrack that flows through it. The captivating score for this show is brought to life by composers Nate Brenner and Merrill Garbus, known for their work on “Sorry to Bother You,” while music supervisor Leah Harrison, renowned for her work on “Grown-ish,” curated the outstanding selection of songs. We have plenty of songs to add to our playlists with each episode.

Episode-wise Tracklist:

Episode 1: “You a Big Muthaf***a”

  • “Salvadora Robot” by Meridian Brothers
  • “Feito Parrandero” by Los Feos 
  • “I” by Kendrick Lamar 
  • “Big Subwoofer” by Mount Westmore, Snoop Dogg & Ice Cube 
  • “Everything Big” by Nef the Pharaoh 
  • “Bird Walk” by Young Jr 
  • “Going Off” by P-Lo 
  • “Is It Me?” by Joel Evans feat. Michael Dees 
  • “Feelin’ Myself” by Mac Dre 
  • “Superhyphy” by Keak Da Sneak 

Episode 2: “The Universe and My Spirit”

  • “Leave Nothing” by 22nd Jim 
  • “Oakland Blackouts” by Hieroglyphics 
  • “Frequently” by Elujay 
  • “Bitch Betta Have My Money” by AMG
  • “Color of Success” by Morris Day r.
  • “Explode” by Boots Riley & Mike Epps

Episode 3″ “Paco Rabanne”

  • “Hunnybee” by Unknown Mortal Orchestra 
  • “Gonna Creep Up on You” by Thin Lizzy 
  • “Dreamcatcher” by Pinc Louds 
  • “People Everywhere” by Khruangbin 
  • “The Misson” by Bakar 
  • “Boss Type” by Ally Cocaine 
  • “Stay Outta My Cologne” by Boots Riley & Mike Epps 
  • “The Mission” by Bakar 
  • “Killer Whale” by Andre Nickatina

Episode 4: “Balance Beam”

  • “Pony” by Ginuwine 
  • “Prescription” by Remi Wolf 
  • “I Know Shuggie Otis” by Raphael Saadiq 
  • “Baby” by Donnie & Joe Emerson

Episode 5: “Brillo, If Possible”

  • “Definite Destruction” by Boots Riley & Mike Epps

Episode 6: “It Requires Trust on My Part”

  • “Wichita Lineman” by Glen Campbell 
  • “The Classic Prince” by Frank Dukes 
  • “Mexican Blue” by Jolie Holland

Episode 7: “A Metaphor for What”

  • “Martisse’s Mood” by Boots Riley & Mike Epps

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