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Kendrick Lamar, Snow Patrol, Skrillex Featured on 'Divergent' Soundtrack

The full tracklist for the film adaptation of Veronica Roth's best-seller also reveals that Ellie Goulding contributes three songs.

Divergent
"Divergent"

After a pair of tracks from the upcoming Divergent soundtrack, Zedd's "Find You" and Ellie Goulding's "Beating Heart," were announced last month, the full track list was revealed on Monday. Goulding pops up thrice on the soundtrack to the upcoming film adaptation of Veronica Roth's best-seller, and…a Tame Impala/Kendrick Lamar collaboration?

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The indie-rock group and Compton rapper have teamed up for "Backwards," an updated version of the band's 2012 song "Feels Like We Only Go Backwards." Meanwhile, A$AP Rocky has worked with Gesaffelstein on the track "In Distress," Pia Mia and Chance The Rapper collaborated on "Fight For You," and Skrillex's "STRANGER" features KillaGraham.

Goulding, who contributed vocals to the Divergent score, has "Dead in the Water" and an I See MONSTAS remix of "Hanging On" on the upcoming soundtrack. Also of note: a new M83 track, titled "I Need You."

Divergent: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is due out Mar. 11, with the film adaptation of the dystopian young adult novel due in theaters on Mar. 21.

Check out the full "Divergent" soundtrack track list:

1. Zedd: "Find You" [ft. Matthew Koma and Miriam Bryant]
2. Ellie Goulding: "Beating Heart"
3. Pia Mia: "Fight for You" [ft. Chance the Rapper]
4. Ellie Goulding: "Hanging On" (I See MONSTAS remix)
5. Snow Patrol: "I Won’t Let You Go"
6. Woodkid: "Run Boy Run"
7. Tame Impala and Kendrick Lamar: "Backwards"
8. M83: "I Need You"
9. A$AP Rocky: "In Distress" [ft. Gesaffelstein]
10. Pretty Lights: "Lost and Found" (ODESZA remix)
11. Skrillex: "STRANGER" [ft. KillaGraham From Milo & Otis & Sam Dew]
12. Big Deal: "Dream Machines"
13. Ellie Goulding: "Dead in the Water"

This article first appeared on Billboard.com.