List of All Fast and Furious Songs in Order (1- 10)

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If you’re a fan of the Fast and Furious franchise, then this list is for you!

We’ve compiled all of the songs from the first ten movies in the series in order, so you can relive all of the action-packed moments set to an amazing soundtrack.

The Fast and the Furious

The first installment in the series “The Fast and the Furious” soundtrack reflects the high-octane energy of the film, with a mix of hip-hop, rock, and electronic dance music.

In addition to the original soundtrack, there is also a second album composed for this movie titled “More Fast and Furious“.  

In comparison to the hip-hop-focused first soundtrack, this album consists of different metal songs. Mostly alternative and nu metal. Below you will tracks from both the soundtrack in order.

Fast and Furious 1 Soundtrack in order

No.TitlePerformed By
1.“Good Life (Remix)”Faith Evans, Ja Rule, Vita & Caddillac Tah
2.“Pov City Anthem”Caddillac Tah
3.“When a Man Does Wrong”Ashanti
4.“Race Against Time Part 2”Tank & Ja Rule
5.“Furious”Ja Rule, Vita & O1
6.“Take My Time Tonight” R. Kelly
7.“Suicide” Scarface
8.“The Prayer”Black Child
9.“Tudunn Tudunn Tudunn (Make U Jump)”Funkmaster Flex & Noreaga
10.“Hustlin'”Fat Joe & Armageddon
11.“Freestyle”Boo & Gotti
12.“Rollin’ (Urban Assault Vehicle)”Limp Bizkit, DMX, Method Man & Redman
13.“Life Ain’t a Game”Ja Rule
14.“Cali Diseaz”Shade Sheist & Nate Dogg
15.“Didn’t I” Petey Pablo
16.“Put It On Me (Remix)” Ja Rule, Lil’ Mo & Vita
17.“Justify My Love”Vita & Ashanti

2 Fast 2 Furious

The second installment in the “Fast and Furious” franchise took the action from Los Angeles to Miami. And the movie’s soundtrack followed suit, with a mix of hip-hop, R&B, and electronic dance music that captured the film’s new setting.

The album reached number five on the Billboard 200 and featured some of the biggest names in music at the time, including 2 Chainz, 8Ball, Chingy, and Dead Prez.

Fast and Furious 2 Soundtrack in order

No.TitlePerformed by
1.“Start (Intro)” Ludacris
2.“Act a Fool”Ludacris
3.“Represent”Trick Daddy
4.“Slum”I-20, Shawnna, Tity Boi
5.“Pick Up the Phone”Tyrese, Ludacris, R. Kelly
6.“Hands in the Air”8Ball
7.“Gettin’ It”Chingy
8.“Block Reincarnated”Shawnna and Kardinal Offishall
9.“Pump It Up”Joe Budden
10.“Hell Yeah”Dead Prez
11.“Peel Off”Jin
12.“We Ridin'”Fat Joe
13.“Rollin on 20’s”Lil’ Flip
14.“Fuck What a Nigga Say…”Dirtbag
15.“Oye”Pitbull
16.“Miami”K’Jon
17.“Finish” Ludacris

The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift

The third movie in the series took us to Tokyo, Japan, and introduced us to a new generation of street racers. And it’s no surprise that the movie’s soundtrack would feature a mix of Japanese and American hip hop and electronic dance music.

The tracks are high energy and perfect for getting amped up for a race or a night out. The standout tracks on the album are “Tokyo Drift” by Teriyaki Boyz, “Theory of Evolution” by Dragon Ash and “Rising Sun” by Maximum the Hormone.

Fast and Furious 3 Soundtrack in order

No.SongProducer(s)
1.“Tokyo Drift (Fast & Furious)” The Neptunes
2.“Six Days (Remix)” DJ Shadow
3.“The Barracuda” The 5.6.7.8’s
4.“Restless” Pat Pardy
5.“Round Round”  
6.“She Wants to Move” The Neptunes
7.“Cho Large” The Neptunes
8.“Resound” Dragon Ash
9.“Speed” David Harrow
10.“Bandoleros” Echo and Diesel
11.“Conteo”Josias de la CruzNaldo
12.“Mustang Nismo” Brian Tyler

Fast & Furious

The fourth movie in the series brought the franchise back to its roots, with a return to Los Angeles and the underground world of street racing. But with a new cast of characters and a new setting, the movie’s soundtrack also took on a new sound.

The album featured a mix of hip-hop, rock, and electronic dance music, with artists like Busta Rhymes, Lil Jon, and Pitbull appearing on the album.

Fast and Furious 4 Soundtrack in order

No.SongPerformed by
1.“Bang” Rye Rye and M.I.A.
2.“G-Stro”Busta Rhymes
3.“Loose Wires”Kenna
4.“Blanco”Pitbull and Pharrell Williams
5.“Krazy”Pitbull and Lil’ Jon
6.“You Slip, She Grip”Tego Calderón and Pitbull
7.“Head Bust”Shark City Click and Pharrell Williams
8.“Bad Girls”Pitbull and Robin Thicke
9.“Virtual Diva” Don Omar
10.“La Isla Bonita”Tasha
11.“Blanco (The Spanish Version)”Pitbull and Pharrell Williams

Fast Five

Also known as Fast & Furious 5, this movie was a turning point for the franchise as it introduced heist elements to the story. And with this new direction, the movie’s soundtrack also took on a new sound.

The album featured many reggaeton and Latin pop songs, reflecting the movie’s new setting in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Some of the standout tracks include “How We Roll (Fast Five Remix)” by  Don Omar, Busta Rhymes, Reek da Villian, and J-Doe, and “Danza Kuduro” by Don Omar and  Lucenzo.

Fast and Furious 5 Soundtrack in order

No.SongPerformed by
1.“How We Roll (Fast Five Remix)”Don Omar
2.“Desabafo / Deixa Eu Dizer”Marcelo D2
3.“Assembling the Team”Brian Tyler
4.“L. Gelada-3 Da Madrugada”MV Bill
5.“Carlito Marron”Carlinhos Brown
6.“Han Drifting”Hybrid
7.“Million Dollar Race”Edu K and Hybrid
8.“Mad Skills”Brian Tyler
9.“Batalha”ObandO
10.“Danza Kuduro”Don Omar
11.“Follow Me Follow Me (Quem Que Caguetou?) (Fast 5 Hybrid Remix)”Tejo
12.Fast Five Suite”Brian Tyler
13.“Furiously Dangerous” Ludacris

Fast & Furious 6

The sixth movie in the series saw the return of some fan-favorite characters, as well as the introduction of new ones.

The movie’s soundtrack also featured a mix of old and new, with a mix of hip-hop, rock, and electronic dance music. Though this time around, there was also a heavier focus on EDM.

Fast and Furious 6 Soundtrack in order

No.SongPerformed by
1.“We Own It (Fast & Furious)”2 Chainz and Wiz Khalifa
2.“Ball”T.I. ft. Lil Wayne
3.“Con Locura”Sua ft. Jiggy Drama
4.“HK Superstar”MC Jin ft. Daniel Wu
5.“Failbait”deadmau5 ft. Cypress Hill
6.“Bada Bing”Benny Banks
7.“Burst!” (Bart B More Remix)Peaches
8.“Mister Chicken”Deluxe
9.“Roll It Up”The Crystal Method
10.“Here We Go / Quasar” (Hybrid Remix)Hard Rock Sofa and Swanky Tunes
11.“Bandoleros”Don Omar ft. Tego Calderón
12.“Rest of My Life”Ludacris ft. Usher and David Guetta

Furious 7

The seventh movie in the series was released in 2015, following the death of actor Paul Walker. The movie was dedicated to his memory and featured a touching tribute at the end.

The movie’s soundtrack reflected the somber mood of the film, with a mix of hip-hop, rock, and electronic dance music. Some of the standout tracks include “See You Again” by Wiz Khalifa, “My Angel” by Prince Royce, and “Go Hard or Go Home” by Wiz Khalifa.

Fast and Furious 7 Soundtrack in order

No.SongPerformed by
1.“Ride Out”Kid Ink, Tyga
2.“Off-Set”T.I. and Young Thug
3.“How Bad Do You Want It (Oh Yeah)”Sevyn Streeter
4.“Get Low”Dillon Francis and DJ Snake
5.“Go Hard or Go Home”Wiz Khalifa and Iggy Azalea
6.“My Angel”Prince Royce
7.“See You Again”Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth
8.“Payback”Juicy J, Kevin Gates, Future and Sage the Gemini
9.“Blast Off”David Guetta and Kaz James
10.“Six Days (Remix)”DJ Shadow ft. Mos Def
11.“Ay Vamos”J Balvin ft. French Montana and Nicky Jam
12.“GDFR (Noodles Remix)”Flo Rida ft. Sage the Gemini and Lookas
13.“Turn Down for What”DJ Snake and Lil Jon
14.“Meneo”Fito Blanko
15.“I Will Return”Skylar Grey
16.“Whip (Bonus Track)” (does not appear in film)

The Fate of the Furious

A sequel to Furious 7, this movie continued the story of Dominic Toretto and his crew. And like the previous movie, its soundtrack featured a mix of hip-hop, rock, and electronic dance music.

The album also featured a number of pop songs, reflecting the movie’s more light-hearted tone. Some of the standout tracks include “Gang Up” by Young Thug, 2 Chainz, Wiz Khalifa, and PnB Rock, and “Hey Ma” by Pitbull, J Balvin, and Camila Cabello.

Fast and Furious 8 Soundtrack in order

No.Song
1.“Gang Up”
2.“Go Off”
3.“Good Life”
4.“Horses”
5.“Seize the Block”
6.“Murder (Remix)”
7.“Speakerbox (F8 Remix)”
8.“Candy Paint”
9.“911”
10.“Mamacita”
11.“Don’t Get Much Better”
12.“Hey Ma (Spanish Version)”
13.“La Habana”

F9: The Fast Saga

Here is the soundtrack to the ninth movie in the series, which was released 9 days before the movie itself. If you’re a fan of the “Fast and Furious” franchise, then you’ll definitely want to check out “F9 because it features a mix of old and new tracks that will get you pumped up for the movie.

Fast and Furious 9 Soundtrack in order

No.Song
1.“Fast Lane”
2.“Lane Switcha”
3.“Hit Em Hard”
4.“I Won”
5.“Rapido”
6.“Breathe”
7.“Real”
8.“Bussin Bussin”
9.“Furiosa”
10.“Ride da Night”
11.“Bushido”
12.“Speed It Up”
13.“Mala”
14.“Exotic Race”

Fast X

The tenth movie in the series is currently in production and is set to be released in 2023. And while we don’t know much about the movie yet, we do know that its soundtrack will take a different direction from the previous movies. Till then we will have to wait and see what the future holds for the “Fast and Furious” franchise.

Fast and Furious 10 Soundtrack in order

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