Today is Dr. Seuss’ birthday, and also marks the release of the Illumination Entertainment/Universal Pictures interpretation of his classic story, The Lorax. We’re super excited, and to help celebrate all the fun we’re sharing some cool stuff we found from the soundtrack. The Lorax’s music from Interscope Records and features a score orignal and songs written by composer John Powell and the film’s director/screenwriter Cinco Paul with additional musical performances by Ester Dean,and the movies voice cast.
Ester Dean’s track in particular is a pretty big stand out as a Clizbeats favorite. It’s an original song called “Let It Grow” that features production by hit maker Christopher “Tricky” Stewart. It’s a fun tune that keeps within the environmentally aware theme of the film with a bit of a twist. Check it out bellow. Enjoy!
“Let It Grow”
Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax Original Movie Soundtrack