Charlie’s Angels’ 2019 American action comedy film is the third installment in the Charlie’s Angels film series. The film continues the story that began with the television series of the same name and the two previous theatrical films. It is about three women working for a private detective agency and their adventures. The soundtrack of the film has some great songs. Here is a ranking.
11. Charlie’s Angels by Allyn Ferguson and Jack Elliott (2000)
This song is about the three women working for a private detective agency. They are strong and independent, and this song reflects that. The music is upbeat and fun, and it is a great introduction to the film. The lyrics are catchy and will get stuck in your head. It was used in the film’s trailer, and it is easy to see why.
10. Got Her Own by Ariana Grande and Victoria Monét (2019)
The tenth song on our list of the best songs from the Charlie’s Angels soundtrack is “Got Her Own” by Ariana Grande and Victoria Monét. This sultry anthem is all about female empowerment and independence, with Grande and Monét delivering empowering lyrics over a smooth, slow-burning beat. The song is about being comfortable in your skin and not needing anyone else’s approval – and it’s a message that we can all get behind.
9. Blackout by Danielle Bradbery (2019)
The ninth song on our list is “Blackout” by Danielle Bradbery. This country-pop crossover track was released in 2019 as part of the Charlie’s Angels: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. The song reflects the protagonist’s struggles and how she sometimes feels like everything is just one big, never-ending blackout. The song has a strong southern vibe and was praised by music critics for its soulful lyrics and powerful vocals. “Blackout” peaked at number 52 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart and 18 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.
8. How I Look On You by Ariana Grande (2019)
I enjoy Ariana Grande’s voice and this particular song. It has a great beat and is very catchy. I think it’s a great song to listen to when you’re feeling good about yourself. It’s empowering and makes you feel confident. I like that. The song is about self-love and being comfortable in your skin. I think that’s something we could all use more of in today’s world. It describes how we should all view ourselves and be happy with who we are. I think that’s beautiful.
7. Pantera by Anitta (2019)
Anitta’s contribution to the Charlie’s Angels soundtrack is an adrenaline-pumping track called “Pantera.” The Brazilian singer and songwriter’s voice is powerful and commanding, making it the perfect song to get listeners pumped up for whatever they’re doing. The lyrics are also fitting for the film, with references to angels and the power of good. They describe the feeling of being unstoppable and invincible, which is something all Charlie’s Angels fans can get behind.
6. Nobody by Ariana Grande and Chaka Khan (2019)
Nobody is a song recorded by American singer Ariana Grande and American singer Chaka Khan for the 2019 film Charlie’s Angels soundtrack. It was written by Grande, Savan Kotecha, Max Martin, and Ilya Salmanzadeh, with production handled by Martin and Salmanzadeh. The song was released as a single on November 8, 2019. The song charted within the top 10 in several countries, including Australia, Austria, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Lebanon, New Zealand, Norway, Scotland, and the United Kingdom. It also reached the top 20 in Belgium (Flanders), Italy, and Spain.
5. Bad Girls by Donna Summer (1979)
Donna Summer’s “Bad Girls” was released in 1979 and became an instant classic. The song was written by Summer, Giorgio Moroder, and Pete Bellotte, and it peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It has been featured in several films and television shows, including Charlie’s Angels. The lively and upbeat song is perfect for the film’s empowering and exciting message.
4. Eyes Off You by Arlissa, Kiana Ledé, and M-22 (2019)
Coming in at number 4 on our list is Eyes Off You by Arlissa, Kiana Ledé, and M-22. The song was released on November 14, before the film hit theaters. Eyes Off You has a smooth and sultry vibe, with all three singers delivering powerful vocals. The lyrics are about someone who is being cheated on and is asking for their lover’s eyes to be taken off anyone else. It’s a heartbreaking song, but one that is beautifully executed. The music video released the same day as the piece is amazing. It features the three singers performing in different locations and ends with a powerful group performance. Eyes Off You is worth listening to if you’re looking for a soulful and emotional song to add to your playlist.
3. Don’t Call Me Angel by Ariana Grande, Lana Del Rey, and Miley Cyrus (2019)
The song has been praised by music critics, with Rolling Stone calling it “irresistible.” The lyrics are about female empowerment and feature the girls telling men not to mess with them. The music video for the song was released in 2019 and featured the three singers performing the song together. It has been viewed over 100 million times. The song was met with positive reviews from music critics. Billboard called the song “an empowering bop” and praised the trio’s vocals. Rolling Stone wrote that the song is “irresistible” and “an instant classic.” MTV News described the song as a “fiery anthem.”
2. Bad To You by Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj, and Normani (2019)
Bad To You is a song recorded by American singers Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj, and Normani for the soundtrack of the 2019 action comedy film Charlie’s Angels. It was written by Grande, Minaj, Normani, Justin Tranter, and Michael Foster, with production handled by Tranter and Foster. Bad To You is an upbeat pop song that lyrically speaks about a toxic relationship. The song was met with mixed reviews from music critics. Some commended the chemistry between the artists, while others felt that Grande’s vocals were underutilized. Commercially, the song reached the top 20 in some countries, including the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia.
1. How It’s Done by Kash Doll, Kim Petras, Alma, & Stefflon Don (2019)
This upbeat and catchy song is perfect for getting people pumped up. It’s the perfect song to start the soundtrack with and sets the tone for the rest of the album. The lyrics talk about how it’s time for the ladies to take charge and show everyone how it’s done. This song is empowering and will make you feel badass.