The White Stripes’ “Seven Nation Army” getting mashed-up with Salt-N-Pepa for upcoming ‘Cinderella’ film

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Forget the ball — Cinderella’s going to Wichita.

The White Stripes‘ “Seven Nation Army” is featured on the soundtrack to an upcoming new film based on the classic fairy tale, starring pop sensation Camila Cabello in the title role. According to the album’s track list, the 2000s alt rock classic will be sung by Nicholas Galitzine, who’ll play the Prince, and the Cinderella¬†cast as a mash-up with — believe it or not — “Whatta Man,” Salt-N-Pepa‘s 1993 hit with En Vogue.

We have no idea what a “Seven Nation Army”/”Whatta Man” mash-up sounds like — we’re guessing it might somehow involve the line “From seven to seven he’s got me open like 7-Eleven” — but we’ll find out when the Cinderella soundtrack is released September 3. The album also features a rendition of Queen‘s “Somebody to Love,” as well as a mash-up of The Struts‘ “Could Have Been Me” and with a new Cabello song, “Million to One.”

Cinderalla the film premieres September 3 on Amazon Prime Video.

Meanwhile, if you’re looking for another alternate version of “Seven Nation Army,” you can listen to Glitch Mob‘s electronic remix, which was finally officially released this past April 10, years after it was originally recorded.

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