Listen To All The Oscar Nominated Songs Right Here

In the winter of 2013, you couldn't walk five feet without hearing someone bursting out into "Let It Go." When "Let It Go" won an Academy Award for Best Original Song at the 2014 Oscars, the song was crowned with the same sheen of prestige and respectability as any movie that receives the award for Best Picture.

So, which song will be graced with Oscars glory in 2018? This year, 70 original songs made the Academy's shortlist for Best Original Song. The motley list included "World Gone Mad" from Bright, two songs from Cars 3, PBNJ from Patti Cake$, and the new additions to Beauty and the Beast. Of these 70 songs, only five earned Academy Award nominations.

The Academy Award for Best Original Song can be any artist's step toward an EGOT. Here are the songs that made this year's batch, and where you can listen to them before the big night.

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"Mystery of Love"
Written and performed by Sufjan Stevens
From Call Me By Your Name

Look, if you've seen Call Me By Your Name, you've probably already listened to this song to be washed away, once again, by the movie's pure emotions. Listening now, I'm tearing up a little bit. Play "Mystery of Love" the next time you need a healthy crying session.
"Mighty River"
Performed by Mary J. Blige
Written by Mary J. Blige, Raphael Saadiq and Taura Stinson
From Mudbound

This year, Mary J. Blige is nominated in both the Best Supporting Actress and a Best Original Song categories, making Blige the unofficial champion of the Academy Awards. Her performance as Florence Jackson, the generous and strong matriarch of a family of sharecroppers in the Mississippi Delta, will get under your skin. And so will the song, "Mighty River," which plays after Mudbound ends.
"Remember Me (Dúo)"
Performed by Miguel ft. Natalia Lafourcade
By Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez
From Coco

In Coco, Miguel is an aspiring musician who happens to come from a family in which music is banned. He discovers that he's related to a famous (and deceased) musician, so he travels to the Land of the Dead so his relative can lift the family's curse. "Remember Me" is his great-great-grandfather's famous song, and this is the modernized, radio-friendly version of it. The song is written by the same husband-wife duo behind Frozen's "Let It Go," which won the Academy Award for Best Original Song in 2013.
"Stand Up For Something"
Performed by Andrea Day ft. Common
Written by Diane Warren and Lonnie R. Lynn
From Marshall

Marshall catches Thurgood Marshall (Chadwick Boseman), who would go on to become the first Black Supreme Court Justice, at the start of his career. At this moment, he's the NAACP's only lawyer, and is called in to defend Joseph Spell (Sterling K. Brown), who has been accused of raping a white woman (Kate Hudson).

This original song has a powerful message. "It’s about awakening the purpose that’s in us, and us as human beings to go out and make things happen on this planet for positive things,” Common told Vibe.
"This Is Me"
By Benj Pasek and Justin Paul
From The Greatest Showman

Even if it doesn't win Best Original Song, "This Is Me" is likely to become the go-to inspirational anthem of many people's lives. In the movie, "This Is Me" is sung by the Bearded Lady (Keala Settle), the centerpiece of P.T. Barnum's (Hugh Jackman) freak show. Kesha sang the song, too.
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