The joyously funky music… provides a lively backdrop to the whip-smart and raucously funny show.
Lakeshore Records will release the Twenties – Original Series Soundtrack digitally on Friday, April 24! The album features Amanda Jones’ score to the hit BET comedy series by the same name, created by Lena Waithe (Queen & Slim, “Master of None”). Amanda is known for her compositions on the OWN Network’s “Cherish the Day” and contributions to the Apple TV+ series “Home.” Listen to “Hattie’s First Day” now exclusivey at The Hype! See the album track list below.
Pre-save the album: [Digital]
Watch full episodes of Twenties on BET.
Twenties (Original Series Soundtrack)
- Hattie’s First Day
- Writer’s Meeting
- Nia Looks at Old Photos(feat.Emer Kinsella)
- Is That It?
- Inhale, Exhale(feat.Lee Harcourt, Emer Kinsella, Perice Pope)
- Enough Friends
- Twenties End Credits
- Finally Writing
- Hattie’s World
ABOUT AMANDA JONES
Amanda Jones is a Los Angeles based film composer whose music credits include the original score for Ava DuVernay’s anthology series, Cherish the Day for OWN, Lena Waithe’s scripted series TWENTIES for BET, Robin Thede and Issa Rae’s A Black Lady Sketch Show for HBO, the original main title theme for Tim & Eric’s new series Beef House for Adult Swim, Trolls 2: World Tour McDonalds Commercial, Nike’s Summer 2019 Campaign Sports Changes Everything, and the Oscar nominated film St. Louis Superman.Additional music department credits include: How to Train Your Dragon 2, and Oprah’s scripted drama Greenleaf which received an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Gospel / Christian Album in 2018.
Amanda received her BA in music from Vassar College studying music composition, production and classical guitar under Terry Champlin. She received certificates in film scoring and orchestration from the Berklee College of Music.
Amanda also performs as the singer and guitarist of the Los Angeles based indie rock band, The Anti-Job. Their music has received airplay on a variety of radio stations including, BBC Radio and NPR.