of Andreas Bertits
On February 13th, Sonic the Hedgehog had its first major cinema adventure. A corresponding title song is of course necessary. This comes from WizKhalifa and you can listen to it now.

Are you a fan of the blue hedgehog Sonic and can't wait to experience your first cinema adventure? Then listen to the title song for the film Sonic the Hedgehog,

The film Sonic the Hedgehog has a theme song with a funny video

The song was written by Wiz Khalifa, Ty Dolla $ ign, Lil Yachty and Sueco the Child and is titled Speed ​​Me Up. The video is made fun, as it shows the artists in a video game that naturally reminds of the Sonic series. Fits with 16-bit graphics. Igel Sonic also appears. If you like hip hop / rap, you might like the song.

Sonic the Hedgehog (buy now for € 34.78) has a somewhat turbulent production behind it. The first design of the blue hedgehog was far from well received, which is why the Studio Moving Picture Company in Vancouver was commissioned with a redesign. This appealed to Sonic fans much better, but the studio had to close after the order was fulfilled. You can see how good the film turned out in the cinema from February 13th.

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