More details have been revealed for the upcoming Served Like a Girl soundtrack including a full track listing and release date. Surprisingly, Gwen’s leftover track from the This Is What the Truth Feels Like writing sessions with Linda Perry, “Medicine Man”, will be including on the soundtrack which is expected to hit all retailers on November 3.
Pat Benatar – “Dancing Through The Wreckage”
P!nk – “Halfway Gone”
Christina Aguilera – “America”
Gwen Stefani – “Medicine Man”
Natasha Bedingfield – “Hey Boy”
Chely Wright – “Shine A Light”
Lizzo – “Good As Hell”
Dorothy – “Naked Eye”
Beth Lowen – “Joyride”
Lykke Li – “End of the Night”
Maya Heslov – “Fighter”
Willa Amai – “Scars”
Little Mix – “Salute”
Gwen first mentioned the song in an interview with Beats1 in 2015 sharing that the track was written in-flight on the way to No Doubt’s Jazz Festival show in New Orleans earlier that summer.
You can preview the acoustic-heavy track below courtesy of Twitter’s @leobaqs.
— Andrew. (@leobaqs) October 5, 2017
— Served Like A Girl (@servedlikeagirl) October 7, 2017
We’ve been intrigued about the track since she mentioned teaming up with Linda Perry again so we’re super excited to hear “Medicine Man” — especially so soon and for a great cause.
In a new interview with Golderby, Hall of Fame songwriter Linda Perry shared that she and her team have been working with Gwen on a track for the upcoming soundtrack for Served Like a Girl, a “documentary follows five women who compete in the Ms. Veteran America contest, a fundraising event for homeless female vets.” The documentary premiered last month and was directed by Lysa Heslov. The most notable thing about the project is that proceeds from the soundtrack’s sales will benefit Final Salute, a charity that helps female veterans and that all artists and participants on the project are not receiving compensation for their contributions.
Gwen collaborated with Linda Perry on her debut solo single “What You Waiting For?” so we’re excited to hear what they are working on together. The article also mentions Christina Aguilera, Pink, Lykke Li and Natasha Bedingfield as contributors to the upcoming soundtrack.
You can check out what Linda Perry had to say about the project in the video above; skip ahead to 5:10 to hear her discuss working with Gwen.