19 Songs, 53 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The soundtrack to Disney’s resplendent live-action update of the animated classic gets a similarly opulent makeover with Ariana Grande, John Legend, Josh Groban, Céline Dion, Audra McDonald, and more. The album is filled with rousing sing-along moments perfect for the family trip (“Belle,” “Gaston,” and “Be Our Guest”) or when you need some alone time in the driveway (“How Does a Moment Last Forever” and “Evermore”).

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The soundtrack to Disney’s resplendent live-action update of the animated classic gets a similarly opulent makeover with Ariana Grande, John Legend, Josh Groban, Céline Dion, Audra McDonald, and more. The album is filled with rousing sing-along moments perfect for the family trip (“Belle,” “Gaston,” and “Be Our Guest”) or when you need some alone time in the driveway (“How Does a Moment Last Forever” and “Evermore”).

Mastered for iTunes
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Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5

1609 Ratings

1609 Ratings

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

Jkp124,

Ariana Grande and John Legend killed it!! 😍😍😍

GOALS😍👌🏼

Maleah3755,

Ariana and john sound so good together. This is a great start to this soundtrack 😍

Review of Beauty and the Beast Single Only

Katie Jay,

I must admit, I have been incredibly excited ever since this movie remake was initially announced, even more so when I found out that Emma Watson would be portraying Belle.

However, I must also admit that I was disappointed upon hearing that Ariana Grande and John Legend would be singing the iconic Beauty and the Beast duet. I am personally not a fan of Ariana Grande, but I decided to withhold judgment until the single was released. Upon hearing the song in the final movie trailer that aired earlier this week, I was hopeful. Their voices sounded beautiful and it seemed that they had surpassed my expectations.

Unfortunately, upon hearing the single, I am even more disappointed than I initially thought I would be. This is an epic BALLAD, which deserves authentic instruments as opposed to electronic keyboards and overly-produced, digital instruments. Frankly, this is not a pop song, and its disappointing that they treated it as such. Beauty and the Beast deserved better than this.

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