The new soundtrack is up for pre-order with a digital release date of July 11 and a physical release date of July 19. Track listing: 1. Circle of Life/Nants' Ingonyama (Lindiwe Mkhize, African Vocals performed by Lebo M) 2. Life's Not Fair (Hans Zimmmer) 3. Rafiki's Fireflies (Hans Zimmmer) 4. I Just Can't Wait to Be King (JD McCrary, Shahadi Wright Joseph and John Oliver) 5. Elephant Graveyard (Hans Zimmmer) 6. Be Prepared (2019) (Chiwetel Ejiofor) 7. Stampede (Hans Zimmmer) 8. Scar Takes the Throne (Hans Zimmmer) 9. Hakuna Matata (Billy Eichner, Seth Rogen, JD McCrary and Donald Glover) 10. Simba Is Alive! (Hans Zimmmer) 11. The Lion Sleeps Tonight (Billy Eichner and Seth Rogen) 12. Can You Feel the Love Tonight (Beyoncé, Donald Glover, Billy Eichner and Seth Rogen) 13. Reflections of Mufasa (Hans Zimmmer) 14. TBA 15. Battle for Pride Rock (Hans Zimmmer) 16. Remember (Hans Zimmmer) 17. Never Too Late (Elton John, African Vocals performed by Lebo M) 18. He Lives in You (Lebo M) 19. Mbube (Lebo M) Jon Favreau previously said they would only have new songs over the credits, and this bears that out. "Never Too Late" and "Mbute" are the only new things here. He Lives in You was originally recorded for the 1995 album "Rhythm of the Pride Lands" and appears in both the Broadway musical and the original film's sequel Simba's Pride. The tracks attributed to Hans Zimmer are obviously underscore. I assume that whatever the TBA track #14 is will probably involve Beyonce. After being burned by Aladdin, I'm not going to pre-order this and will wait until after I see the film to decide if I want it, but pre-orders are up if you feel differently. Target will have an exclusive version featuring two "collectable character cards," but no additional music. Also, the designation of (2019) on "Be Prepared" suggests that there might be new lyrics in that song. Aladdin also had (2019) in the track title for Arabian Nights, for which all the lyrics were entirely rewritten. I guess that would make sense since they've at least renamed two of the hyenas, but I remain skeptical as to whether that's a good idea. We'll see.