K-Pop Star CL Bringing 'No Better Feelin'' to 'My Little Pony' Movie Soundtrack

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Lee Chae-Rin (CL) attends the 'Mademoiselle Prive' exhibition at the D-Museum on June 21, 2017 in Seoul, South Korea.

The colorful worlds of K-pop and My Little Pony will come together on the animated film’s soundtrack, with CL lending her talent to the song "No Better Feelin'."

On Friday (Sept. 15), Sia shared her single “Rainbow” from the My Little Pony: The Movie soundtrack and now the entire album's track list is out via Apple Music, revealing that the fierce, baddest female of K-pop is also included on it. From the looks of it, CL’s “No Better Feelin’” will be featured in the film, marking her first solo song since last year’s “Lifted.”

The reveal came just a few weeks after the Korean artist shared and then deleted a heartfelt letter to her fans on Instagram. In it, CL apologized for not releasing her long-promised first album, which she had been teasing for several years.

As a former member of the iconic K-pop girl group 2NE1, CL gained a reputation for her domineering stage persona as she went on to collaborate with the likes of Skrillex, Diplo and Lil Yachty.

Since 2014, CL has been making inroads into the American music market, with thanks to her manager Scooter Braun. After releasing “Lifted” last August and holding her Hello Bitches tour, things went quiet for the star as 2NE1 announced its break-up and released one final song. While she’s kept active on social media, aside from her inclusion on Lil Yachty’s Teenage Emotions in May, “No Better Feelin’” is the first sign of life from the singer this year.

My Little Pony: The Movie hits theaters Oct. 6, with the soundtrack slated for release next week. Along with Sia and CL, the album also features music from DNCE, Rachel Platten, Lukas Graham and the movie's cast, including Taye Diggs, Zoe Saldana, Kristin Chenoweth and Emily Blunt.


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