The Depp V Heard soundtrack includes music by Classik, The Backyardigans and 21 Savage. This info article contains spoilers and song details for Emma Cooper’s 2023 Netflix documentary. Visit the Soundtracks of Television section for more Vague Visages music guides.
Depp V Heard chronicles a 2022 celebrity court case. As actress Amber Heard addresses a defamation lawsuit, actor Johnny Depp alleges spousal abuse. The documentary explores the trial’s effect on global pop culture. Composer Edmund Butt (Break Point) scored the Netflix production; Michelle De Vries (The Capture) handled the featured needle-drops. Here’s every song in Depp V Heard.
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- “My Little Tina (Vox)” by Levi Brown & Junior Mintz (00:29): Depp testifies about leaving for “another house.” The Depp V Heard soundtrack song continues during a transition sequence. A YouTuber talks about Depp leaving Heard.
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- “Hood Certified” by Classik feat. Bruce Waynne (00:22): Former TMZ employee Morgane Tremaine testifies during a trial. The Depp V Heard soundtrack song kicks in as he questions an attorney’s motivations. People react positively online to Tremaine’s statements.
- “International Super Spy” by The Backyardigans (00:33): A TikTok sequence begins. A woman talks about legal strategies. Heard becomes the target of online backlash.
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- “Glock in My Lap” by 21 Savage & Metro Boomin (00:26): A reporter talks about the #JusticeForAmberHeard hashtag. The track plays briefly. A graphic acknowledges “tension” before a trial.
- “Tell Em” by Cochise & $NOT (00:45): A social media sequence begins. The scene focuses on producer Stephen Deuters. The Depp V Heard soundtrack song plays briefly.
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