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Boston to Philly (Soundtrack)

by Various Artists

Boston2Philly :The Soundtrack- Music From and Inspired By, is the soundtrack album for the Rise Celestial Studios film Boston2Philly. A unique blend of soul, funk & rock 'n roll that captures the true essence of Philadelphia culture and Art.
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1. Diamond & Roses Petals
Lord Jones
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2. The One
Justin Graham
4:29 $0.99
3. City Wide Special
Jason Jeffries Andtalltree
3:52 $0.99
4. Season of Love Summer
Justin Graham
2:50 $0.99
5. Thinking Bout You (feat. Jsharp)
Woodson Michel
4:01 $0.99
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Album Notes
BOSTON2PHILLY, The Soundtrack

“It’s a Philly wouldn’t understand.”
-Mia Mendez as ‘Philly’

The sound and feel of Boston2Philly.
Rome’s journey in Boston2Philly takes place against a backdrop of many soulful musical artists, spoken word poets and prevalent public figures in the Philadelphia scene – that weave the story together.

What is so unique about the film is that the story manages to include themes of Poetry, Jazz, Hip
Hop and Soul that are truly the backbone of Philadelphia culture. In a way, this film is a true to
life depiction of what it’s like to be a young adult in Philadelphia – experiencing all these things
that make the city of Brotherly Love so amazing.

The film's soundtrack features a variety of collaborators, including many of the biggest unsigned artists in the city and the tunes really helped give depth to a specific scene, all the artists collectively joined forces as they saw this film as a chance to speak to a new generation.
“This film is poignant and cinematic, it has a funky beat, with pretty shoes and one bad ass
rhythm”- RalphAworld



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