8 Songs, 32 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Rihanna contributed a handful of songs to Home as part of her star turn in the 2015 animated adventure: the expansive mission statement “Towards the Sun,” the heartfelt piano ballad “As Real As You and Me,” and the uplifting anthem “Dancing In the Dark.” But she wasn’t the only pop luminary to add poignancy and fizz to the movie’s comedic tale of self-discovery: Charli XCX’s hyperactive “Red Balloon,” Kiesza’s soaring “Cannonball,” and Jennifer Lopez’s optimistic “Feel the Light” each have an unmistakable emotional charge.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Rihanna contributed a handful of songs to Home as part of her star turn in the 2015 animated adventure: the expansive mission statement “Towards the Sun,” the heartfelt piano ballad “As Real As You and Me,” and the uplifting anthem “Dancing In the Dark.” But she wasn’t the only pop luminary to add poignancy and fizz to the movie’s comedic tale of self-discovery: Charli XCX’s hyperactive “Red Balloon,” Kiesza’s soaring “Cannonball,” and Jennifer Lopez’s optimistic “Feel the Light” each have an unmistakable emotional charge.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
122 Ratings
122 Ratings
Signal2Noise

So-so Movie But Better Music

Watched Home on Blue-ray with the kids the other day. Although the kids like it let’s just say I’m glad I didn’t pay to see this in the theatre. However, I thought the soundtrack was pretty good considering these are original songs so bought it. The best part is Jim Parson’s voice is not to be heard once on the album!

BoytouchinghisIpod

Fantastic

I absolutely love all of these songs! Rihanna does this album wonders along with Charli XCX!

Mr. duffield

Rihanna is amazing and every song by her is great but...

Why does red balloon have to be the best song off there and it's album only 😑

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