Larry Ndianefo, Nigerian songwriter and music producer better known as Larry Gaaga, says he has commenced production of soundtracks for the remake of ‘Rattle Snake’, a forthcoming movie by Play Networks.
The gifted music producer took to his social media page to express his excitement about working on the project, billed for theatrical release in November, as well as the significance of soundtracks to movie generally.
“I feel soundtrack music is almost like seeing the movie again but with our ears. Basically every moment of life has a soundtrack,” he wrote on Instagram.
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I feel soundtrack music is almost like seeing the movie again but with our ears,Basically every moment of life has a soundtrack,so we never know when some song is going to jump us by surprise and bring the memory alive Working on this project,thanks to my bro from another mother @charlesofplay
“So, we never know when some song is going to jump us by surprise and bring the memory alive
Working on this project,thanks to my bro from another mother @charlesofplay.”
His post comes after Charles Okpaleke, the chief executive officer (CEO) of Play Networks, had made similar announcement on the social media platform.
“This movie is coming to cinemas in November, but @larrygaaga is already working on the soundtrack,” he wrote on Instagram.
“So apparently he comes up with 50 tracks, and during production and post production he picks the top 12 to 15 tracks to match different scenes in the movie!!.”
Gaaga has etched his name on the minds of music lovers for his versatility and strings of projects including producing the soundtracks for ‘Living in Bondage: Breaking Free’, a Ramsey Nouah-directed thriller.
TheCable Lifestyle had reported how the thriller snagged seven plaques at the 2020 edition of the African Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards (AMVCA), with Larry Gaga also winning an award for contributing to the movie.
The forthcoming project is a sequel to the original version of ‘Rattle Snake’, a Nollywood classic released in 1995.
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