'Creed' Soundtrack Streaming Featuring Future, Meek Mill, The Roots

(Radio.com) Creed starring Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone won't hit movie theaters until Wednesday, November 25, but the jam-packed soundtrack is available as of Friday.

Featuring a list of hip-hop superstars, including Future, Meek Mill, The Roots, Nas and 2Pac, the album offers a big 18-track punch. On Friday, Meek Mill released his video for "Lord Knows," which includes shots from the film cut with the rap star performing in a boxing ring.

Future's contribution to the soundtrack, "Last Breath," is an exclusive track produced by Metro Boomin' and Ludwig Goransson, who also composed the film's score. Check out the tracklisting and stream the full album here.

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