whoever did the soundtrack to The Last Dance deserves an award.— Chiney Ogwumike (@Chiney321) May 11, 2020The soundtrack for Last Dance has been so damn good— Big Cat (@BarstoolBigCat) May 11, 2020And thankfully there’s been an official Spotify playlist released featuring every song that was played throughout the 10 episodes. That playlist can be viewed below.MORE: Three flaws from documentary series ‘The Last Dance’If you’re curious about how the soundtrack was put together, director Jason Hehir explained his process to The New York Times. Rudy Chung, the music supervisor of the series, told the Times the filmmakers initially wanted to use contemporary music for the series.“But I think we pretty quickly realized that the best thing was to tell the story with songs from the era,” Hehir said.Interestingly enough, Hehir said his crew had a unique plan that would involve current rappers such as Kendrick Lamar covering older rap songs. However, that plan was scrapped as it became too time-consuming. It’s also interesting that hip-hop was used frequently throughout the series despite Jordan’s reported dislike for the genre.“The entire story of the Bulls for someone like me, who’s 43 years old, is grounded in nostalgia,” Hehir said. “I really wanted to reflect the music of the times in telling the story of the ’80s and ’90s and the world the Bulls were living in.” The entire Spotify playlist for “The Last Dance” is nearly four hours long and features 55 songs. The caption reads, “Music from and inspired by ‘The Last Dance.'” So some songs, such as “Jumpman” from Drake and Future, may appear in the playlist but weren’t actually in the documentary.The official list of songs featured in the documentary can be seen in the following tweet and it features 29 songs.The Last dance soundtrack. You’re welcome. #TheLastDance ✌🏽 pic.twitter.com/Ta1kKYPdW8— Acheil Tac (@BIG_A23) May 18, 2020Most of those songs can be found on this Apple Music playlist.The Last Dance soundtrackBeen Around The World — Puff Daddy ft. Notorious B.I.G. and MaseSur Le Boulevard Du Rythm Funky — Soon E MCI Ain’t No Joke — Eric B & RakimSirius — Alan Parsons ProjectI’m Bad — LL Cool JPartyman — PrinceThe Maestro — Beastie BoysStill Not A Player — Big PunI Feel Free — Cream How Ya Like Me Now — Kool Moe DeeIf I Ruled The World (Imagine That) — Nas & Lauryn HillThe Choice Is Yours — Black SheepBe Like Mike — Ira AntelisI Got It Made — Special EdCan I Kick It? — A Tribe Called QuestRosa Parks — OutKastHip Hop Hooray — Naughty By NatureConnected — Stereo MCsFantastic Voyage — CoolioThe Sounds Of Silence — SwannSuper Bon Bon — Soul CoughingDown With The King — Run DMCStep Into A World — KRS-OneTeardrop — Jose GonzalezAdagio in D Minor — John MurphyDays Like This — Kenny LattimoreRight Here Right Now — Fatboy SlimVengeance — Zack HemseyPresent Tense — Pearl Jam While ESPN’s documentary series “The Last Dance” has been praised for many things, one aspect that really stood out to viewers was the soundtrack.From OutKast to Kenny Lattimore and Pearl Jam, the playlist for “The Last Dance” was a highlight for many.