The Last Chance U: Basketball<\/em> Soundtrack Will Be Your New Favorite Workout Playlist

Devout Christian and East Los Angles College (ELAC) basketball head coach John Mosley has had enough of his players’ playlists. Driving his Husky team between games during a middle episode of Netflix’s Last Chance U: Basketball, Mosley makes his case: “All they saying [is], Effing your B. And B and your F. Effin’ your B and suckin my ugh. Effing my ho. Ho, my ho. Suckin’ my, effin’ my, effin, my ho. All I’m saying, look, y’all gotta get praise and worship goin.”

Mosely then puts on “Heaven” by Mary Mary, queuing maybe the best musical sequence in Last Chance U history—a docuseries already replete with top notch soundtracks. “Heaven” plays over the final stretch of the Huskies’ regular season games as they win out to secure a bye week in the playoffs—their first step to making the championship game and securing a spotlight for their many D1 college hopeful players, many of who had yet to lock down a scholarship.

ELAC’s 2019-2020 season contained maybe more ups and downs than any previous junior college program profiled by Last Chance U. The team had been poised to dominate since their first batch of games, but as with previous seasons, victory was only half the battle. For many athletes, anything short of a deep playoff run would be a defeat—as D1 college scouts were looking for players to perform at the highest level. That future was also made especially uncertain during playoffs as Covid-19 cases began slowly dotting the country. In short: the season was a rollercoaster.

All those moments of victory, frustration, chaos, uncertainty needed an equally diverse anthem, and Last Chance U delivered with yet another amazing soundtrack.

Here are all the songs from Netflix’s Last Chance U: Basketball Season 1.

“Hot (feat. Gunna)” by Young Thug

“The Edge” by David McCallum

“Nobody Does It Better” by Nate Dogg

“Passin’ Me By” by The Pharcyde

“Summer Madness” by Kool & The Gang

“FEEL.” by Kendrick Lamar

“Too Much” by Drake

“Fake Names” by Freddie Gibbs

“There He Go” by ScHoolboy Q

“Ex-Factor” by Ms. Lauryn Hill

“Before I Let Go” by Maze

“Pray” by Jungle

“Everybody Mad” by O.T. Genasis

“Heaven” by Mary Mary

“Can You Get to That’ by Funkadelic

“March Madness” by Future

“Footsteps in the Dark, Pts. 1 & 2” by The Isley Brothers

“good kid” by Kendrick Lamar

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