The Marvel Cinematic Universe (UCM) has caused great fury among the Mexican public after announcing in recent days part of the official cast of the sequel to one of its most amazing stories. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will be the new film of the acclaimed franchise that will hit the big screen on November 11film that will feature the artistic talent of Mexicans Tenoch Huerta, Mabel Cadena, Josué Maychi and María Mercedes Coroy.
The news of the participation of Mexican actors and actresses in one of the most anticipated films of the UCM has overwhelmed an incalculable amount of comments and opinions, however, the creators and directors of the new film added an extra ingredient to the production that is already taking shape to be one of the most successful of this 2022. As a good movie is not complete without a good soundtrackLast Monday afternoon it was announced that not only Tenoch, Mabel, Josué and María would be the Mexicans participating in the project, but also a song by Mexican rapper Ángel Quezada, better known as Santa Fe clanIt will also be part of the soundtrack of the new Marvel movie.
After the announcement, the reaction from users on social networks was immediate, so almost immediately the name of the Santa Fe Klan became a trend in social networks leaving in his wake a large number of comments, congratulations to the rapper from Guanajuato and, of course, the always reliable and fun memes.
The theme with which the Santa Fe Klan came to the soundtrack of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever bears the title Soy. In the lyrics, the rapper and composer from Guanajuato, Mexico used the phrase “I am what I am, there will be no other option, blood and pain I feel in my heart”, which It will be used in the prologue of the new Marvel movie.
It is worth mentioning that, although the film is planned to be released in a couple of months, on the official Marvel channel Youtube Santa Fe Klan song is now availablewhich just a few hours after being published already accumulates almost 500 thousand reproductions.
With the characteristic tone of voice of the 22-year-old, on the track Soy a rap beat predominates while, on the other hand, the lyrics evoke the love that the Santa Fe Klan has for their country of origin which combines perfectly with the pride that millions of Mexicans have expressed now that actors and actresses from Mexico will be part of the new film of one of the most successful and blockbuster franchises of recent years.
“A new world will be, what comes to you goes away and very soon it will end. I am an eagle in the nopal devouring the snake of evildead come out of their grave that the sun burns us, that the earth rumbles. I am water, I am sky, I am fire, I am wind, I am air, I am force, I am earth […] neighborhood music, Long live Mexico! Two thousand and always”, is heard in the song Soy which will be part of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.
The news was well received by Mexican fans of Marvel movies that the singer from Guanajuato is part of the soundtracksince he joined the list of Mexican artists who will be part of the film, such is the case of Tenoch Huerta Y Mabel Chainwho will play namor Y Have a date respectively.
However, there were also those who were not very satisfied with the participation of the Santa Fe Klan since in Mexico not all Marvel fans like rap, nor do all fans of the genre enjoy the films of the superhero franchise. However, the only thing that was really evident among the comments of Internet users was the pride that the arrival of Mexicans at the UCM caused the audience.
“The movie of Black Panther It will have dark-skinned people, women as protagonists, the indigenous from Tenoch Huerta as the villain and the Santa Fe Klan playing in the background. Pinch* forced film so that minorities feel represented… and of course we will see her in the VIP room”; “In general I have not listened to much music from the Santa Fe Klan, it has a style that sounds familiar in many mainstream rap songs from Mexico, however this last song he created for Black Panther it’s a rolooon, it made my skin crawl listening to it”; “What a pride to see that the Santa Fe Klan is going to be part of the soundtrack he more than deserved it <3″, were some comments from users on social networks.