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The music for BlacKkKlansman comes from NOLA's Terence Blanchard / offBEAT Magazine

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BlacKkKlansman is Spike Lee's provocative film about an African-American detective who goes undercover to infiltrate the local chapter of the Ku Klux Klan. Based on a true story, the film has achieved global fame with a score was created by New Orleans' very own Terence Blanchard. Blanchard was surprised when Spike Lee asked him to write the score for Jungle Fever in 1991. Then Lee asked him to write the score for every film since. In the debut episode of a new interview series called "Jazz Club" on TIDAL, Hans Schuman sat down with Blanchard to discuss his career and partnership with Spike Lee.

READ THE FULL offBEAT Magazine ARTICLE & WATCH THE INTERVIEW