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Songs From ‘Barbie’ Pace 2023 Hollywood Music and Media Awards Nominations (Full List)

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Two songs from Barbie were nominated for song – feature film at the 2023 Hollywood Music in Media Awards (HMMA) Awards. Both “I’m Just Ken” (written by Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt) and “What Was I Made For?” (written by Billie Eilish and Finneas) are competing in that category. The awards will be presented on Wednesday, Nov. 15, at 8 p.m. PT at The Avalon in Hollywood, Calif.

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The other nominees for song – feature film are “The Fire Inside” from Flamin’ Hot; “High Life” from Flora and Son; “I Am” from Origin; “Road to Freedom” from Rustin, “This” from The Beanie Bubble and “Keep It Movin’” from The Color Purple.

The HMMAs are often seen as a bellwether for the Oscars. Past HMMA winners who have gone on to win Oscars include Eilish and Finneas for No Time to Die; Hans Zimmer for Dune; Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross and Jon Batiste for Soul; Hildur Guðnadóttir for Joker; Ludwig Göransson for Black Panther and Alexandre Desplat for The Shape of Water; plus songs from Judas & the Black Messiah, La La Land, A Star Is Born and others.

Unlike the Oscars, which have just one category each for songs and scores, the HMMAs have six categories for songs and seven for scores.

Robbie Robertson, who died in August at age 80, is nominated posthumously for score – feature film for his work on Martin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon. It is the eleventh and final collaboration between Scorsese and Robertson; the film is dedicated to the Canadian rock music legend.

The other nominees in that category are American Fiction – Laura Karpman; Chevalier – Kris Bowers; Nyad – Desplat; Oppenheimer – Göransson; Rustin – Branford Marsalis; Saltburn – Anthony Willis; and The Killer – Reznor and Ross.

The most intriguing and inspired HMMA category is song – onscreen performance, which honors the performer who performed the song onscreen in the film. Halle Bailey has two nominees – “For the First Time” from The Little Mermaid and “Keep It Movin’” from The Color Purple (which she performed with Phylicia Pearl Mapsi).

The other nominees in this category are Megan Thee Stallion for “Out Alpha the Alpha” from Dicks: The Musical, NSYNC for “Better Place” from Trolls Band Together; Ryan Gosling for “I’m Just Ken” from Barbie, Timothée Chalamet for “A World of Your Own” from Wonka, plus two collabs – Eve Hewson, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Orén Kinlan, Jack Reynor performing “High Life” from Flora and Son and Oil Factory feat. Chlöe, Jekalyn Carr, Loren Lott performing “Praise Nationals Finale” from Praise This.

In the HMMAs newest category, best song – sci-fi/fantasy, Olivia Rodrigo received a nod for co-writing “Can’t Catch Me Now” with Dan Nigro.

This year, the HMMAs will honor Marc Shaiman, a Grammy, Emmy and Tony winner, with an outstanding career achievement award.

Not all of the nominated films have been released yet. The HMMAs allow films to compete if the composers “submit up to 15 minutes of score to picture as it appears in the visual media project.” The HMMAs note that “Several films were only available to see in the context of the scenes provided.”

For those looking forward to that other award, Oscar shortlists of 15 top contenders for best original song and best original will be announced on Dec. 21. Oscar nominations will be announced on Jan. 23, 2024. The awards will be presented on March 10, 2024.

The HMMA presents awards for a wide range of visual media, including film, TV series and videogames. Here are the nominees in the film categories. For a complete list of nominees in all categories, visit the HMMA site.

Score – feature film

American Fiction – Laura Karpman

Chevalier – Kris Bowers

Killers of the Flower Moon – Robbie Robertson

Nyad – Alexandre Desplat

Oppenheimer – Ludwig Göransson

Rustin – Branford Marsalis

Saltburn – Anthony Willis, Music By

The Killer – Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross

Score – animated film

Chicken Run: Dawn of the Nugget – Harry Gregson-Williams

Elemental – Thomas Newman

Migration – John Powell

Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken – Stephanie Economou

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse – Daniel Pemberton

The Super Mario Bros. Movie – Brian Tyler

Score – sci-fi / fantasy film

Asteroid City – Alexandre Desplat

Barbie – Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt

The Creator – Hans Zimmer

The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes – James Newton Howard

The Marvels – Laura Karpman

Transformers: Rise of the Beasts – Jongnic Bontemps

Score – horror/thriller film

A Haunting in Venice – Hildur Guđnadóttir

Deliver Us – Tóti Guðnason

Knock at the Cabin – Herdís Stefánsdóttir

M3gan – Anthony Willis

The Boogeyman – Patrick Jonsson

The Exorcist: Believer – David Wingo, Amman Abbasi

Score – documentary

Kangaroo Valley – H. Scott Salinas and Logan Stahley

Split at the Root – Lili Haydn

Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie – John Powell

The Deepest Breath – Nainita Desai

The Pigeon Tunnel – Philip Glass and Paul Leonard-Morgan

Score – independent film

Dalíland – Edmund Butt

Dream Scenario – Owen Pallett

Jules – Volker Bertelmann

Miranda’s Victim – Holly Amber Church

She Came to Me – Bryce Dessner

The Zone of Interest – Mica Levi

Score – independent film (foreign language)

Society of the Snow – Michael Giacchino

Control – Taisuke Kimura

Last Wishes – Carla F. Benedicto

Los Reyes Magos: La Verdad – Arturo Cardelús

Paradice – Sandrine Rudaz

The Promised Land – Dan Romer

Song – feature film

“I’m Just Ken” from Barbie. Written by Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt. Performed by Ryan Gosling (featuring Slash and Wolfgang Van Halen)

“What Was I Made For?” from Barbie. Written by Billie Eilish O’Connell and Finneas O’Connell. Performed by Billie Eilish.

“The Fire Inside” from Flamin’ Hot. Written by Diane Warren. Performed by Becky G.

“High Life” From Flora and Son. Written by Gary Clark, John Carney, Eve Hewson. Performed by Eve Hewson, Orén Kinlan, Jack Reynor, Joseph Gordon-Levitt.

“I Am” From Origin. Written by Stan Walker, Michael Fatkin, Vince Harder, Te Kanapu Anasta. Performed by Stan Walker.

“Road to Freedom” from Rustin. Written and performed by Lenny Kravitz.

“This” From The Beanie Bubble. Written by Damian Kulash, Jr. and Timothy Nordwind. Performed by OK Go.

“Keep It Movin’” from The Color Purple. Written by Halle Bailey, Denisia Andrews, Brittany Coney, and Morten Ristorp. Performed by Halle Bailey and Phylicia Pearl Mpasi.

Song – animated film

“Steal the Show” from Elemental. Written by Ari Leff, Michael Matosic, Thomas Newman. Performed by Lauv.

“Down Like That” from Paw Patrol: The Mighty Movie. Written by Bryson Tiller, Chantry Johnson, Michelle Zarlenga, and Charlie Heath. Performed by Bryson Tiller.

“Am I Dreaming” from Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse. Written by Mike Dean, Peter Lee Johnson, Rakim Mayers, Roisee, Landon Wayne and Leland Wayne. Performed by A$AP Rocky, Metro Boomin and Roisee.

“Better Place” from Trolls Band Together. Written by Shellback, Justin Timberlake, Amy Allen. Performed by NSYNC.

“Peaches” from The Super Mario Bros. Movie. Written by Jack Black, John Spiker, Eric Osmond, Michael Jelenic, Aaron Horvath. Performed by Jack Black.

“This Wish” from Wish. Written by Julia Michaels, Benjamin Rice, and JP Saxe. Performed by Ariana DeBose.

Song – sci-fi / fantasy

“A World of Your Own” from Wonka. Music written by Neil Hannon, Lyrics by Neil Hannon, Simon Farnaby, Paul King. Performed by Timothée Chalamet

“Can’t Catch Me Now” from The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes. Written by Dan Nigro and Olivia Rodrigo. Performed by Olivia Rodrigo.

“For The First Time” from The Little Mermaid. Music by Alan Menken, Lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda, Performed by Halle Bailey

“Wild Uncharted Waters” from The Little Mermaid. Music by Alan Menken, Lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda, Performed by Jonah Hauer-King

“You’ve Never Had Chocolate Like This” from Wonka. Written by Neil Hannon, Simon Farnaby, Paul King. Performed by Timothée Chalamet & Cast.

Song – independent film

“Stardust” from A Good Person. Written by Cary Brothers & Scott Effman. Performed By Cary Brothers.

“I Got You” from Holiday Twist. Written by Michael Jay and Alan Demoss. Performed by Jake Miller

“Space and Time” from Master Gardener. Written by S.G. Goodman, Performed by Mereba

“Quiet Eyes” from Past Lives. Written by Sharon Van Etten and Zachary Dawes. Performed by Sharon Van Etten.

“El Saber” from Radical. Written and performed by Gaby Moreno.

“Don’t Forget Me When I’m Gone” from Sons 2 The Grave. Written by Sean Jones, Michael Shand, Miku Graham. Performed by Sean Jones.

Song onscreen performance

Eve Hewson, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Orén Kinlan, Jack Reynor – “High Life” from Flora and Son

Halle Bailey – “For the First Time” from The Little Mermaid

Halle Bailey and Phylicia Pearl Mapsi – “Keep It Movin’” from The Color Purple

Megan Thee Stallion – “Out Alpha The Alpha” from Dicks: The Musical

NSYNC – “Better Place” from Trolls Band Together

Oil Factory feat. Chlöe, Jekalyn Carr, Loren Lott – “Praise Nationals Finale” from Praise This

Ryan Gosling – “I’m Just Ken” from Barbie

Timothée Chalamet – “A World of Your Own” from Wonka

Song – documentary film

“It’s Gonna Be Fine” from Bobi Wine: The People’s President. Written and performed by Bobi Wine

“Forty Foot Man” from Bono & The Edge: A Sort of Homecoming With Dave Letterman. Written and performed by Bono and The Edge.

“Speechless” from Louder Than Rock. Written by Israel Houghton and Adam Ranney. Performed by Caleb Quaye and Judith Hill.

“Dream Your Little Dream” from The Jewel Thief. Written by Dan Braun and Josh Braun. Performed by The Braun Brothers.

“Todo Fue Por Amor” from With This Light. Written by Carla Morrison, Carla Patricia Morrison Flores, Juan Alejandro Jimenez Perez, Mario Demian Jimenez Perez. Performed by Carla Morrison.

Music themed film, biopic or musical

Carmen – Produced by Rosemary Blight, Dimitri Rassam and Mimi Valdes. Directed by Benjamin Millepied.

The Little Mermaid – Produced by John Deluca, Rob Marshall, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Marc Platt. Directed by Rob Marshall.

Theater Camp – Produced by Jessica Elbaum, Erik Feig, Will Ferrell and Noah Galvin. Directed by Molly Gordon and Nick Lieberman.

Trolls Band Together – Produced by Gina Shay. Directed by Walt Dohrn and Tim Heitz.

Wonka – Produced by Alexandra Derbyshire, David Heyman and Luke Kelly. Directed by Paul King.

Music documentary – special program

Dear Mama: “Panther Power” – Directed by Allen Hughes. Produced by Joshua Garcia, Loren Gomez, Quincy Jones III, Stef Smith.

Immediate Family – Directed by Denny Tedesco. Produced by Greg Richling, Jack Piatt, Jonathan Sheldon.

Ladies First: A Story of Women in Hip-Hop – Directed by Hannah Beachler, Dream Hampton, Raeshem Nijhon. Produced by Shawna Carroll, Syreeta Gates, Cherice Hunt, Janice James, Princess A. Hairston.

Little Richard: I Am Everything – Directed by Lisa Cortés. Produced by Robert Friedman, Lisa Cortés, Liz Yale Marsh, Caryn Capotosto.

San Francisco Sounds: A Place in Time – Directed by Alison Ellwood & Anoosh Tertzakian. Produced by Michael Wright, Jill Burkhart, Mark Pinkus, Charlie Cohen, Tom Mackay, Richard Story, Jeff Jampol, Aly Parker, Darryl Frank, Justin Falvey, Stacey Offman, Richard Perello, Jeff Pollack, Frank Marshall, Alison Ellwood.

Wynonna Judd: Between Hell and Hallelujah – Directed by Patty Ivins Specht. Produced by Reese Witherspoon, Sara Rea, Wynonna Judd, Cactus Moser, Jason Owen, Bruce Gillmer, Margaret Comeaux, Leslie Fram, Patty Ivins Specht; Producer: Cassie Lambert Scalettar.

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