In partnership with ESPN and Netflix, Spotify has launched two curated playlists tied to the wildly popular new docuseries, The Last Dance, which chronicles Michael Jordan and the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls.
Aside from the story itself, the music in the series, with curation assistance by Rudy Chung, has been garnering fan buzz and interest. Available now, this launch features two exclusive Spotify playlists – one with music, and the other with podcasts.
The Last Dance official playlist will include music from and inspired by the series, including hits such as LL Cool J’s “I’m Bad”, Prince’s “Partyman,” and The Alan Parson Project’s “Sirius”, known by many as the Chicago Bulls Theme Song, and others.
Additionally, the second playlist will feature podcasts, as a part of Spotify’s newly announced podcast playlists, designed to help listeners find their next favourite show by introducing them to the latest and greatest in podcast content.
After The Last Dance podcast playlist, updated once a week, will include podcasts that discuss and dive further into the docuseries, giving streamers a closer look at the show, including episodes from The Bill Simmons Podcast, Jalen & Jacoby The Aftershow, Skip and Shannon: Undisputed, and more.