Wednesday, January 27, 2016

The Voices Behind 'Jabba Flow' In 'The Force Awakens' Revealed

By: Benjamin Hart

One of the most interesting locations seen in Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens was Maz Kanata's pirate Castle on Takodana. In addition to the wide variety of aliens that populated the Cantina inside, a catchy tune can be heard as our heroes enter the Castle. The music itself is named "Jabba Flow" and was created by director J.J. Abrams and Lin-Manuel Miranda, creator and star of the hit Broadway musical Hamilton. A while back, even before we heard Jabba Flow in the film, Abrams told the story of how he and Miranda came to collaborate on the piece. While it's been know that the duo composed the song, Miranda recently spoke with Entertainment Tonight and confirmed that himself and Abrams were also the ones to actually sing the song. You can watch the interview with Lin-Manuel Miranda below:

Okay, admit it; You've got Jabba Flow stuck in your head now. I know I do! Bravo to Abrams and Miranda for creating yet another memorable Cantina tune for the Star Wars universe.

Source: ET
Via: Star Wars News Net

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